CIOs remain committed to ERP systems despite innovation, integration and cost issues. Why? Business can’t live without it. It’s the database of record. Every company runs their business on it.
There was talk in the past that ERP systems were legacy, lacked the agility and flexibility, and did not support interoperability. Those days are over,” says Ray Wang, a principal analyst at Forrester Research. “ERP systems are more important than ever.”
There are many questions when it comes to back-office suites of financial, HR and inventory management applications. On which areas (maintenance, upgrades, licenses) are we spending the most ERP dollars? How much innovation are our vendors providing? What are persistent challenges? And are we looking at alternative ERP models, such as SaaS or open-source applications?
MW2 resources have extensive experience implementing major enterprise technologies solutions and enabling organizations to drive process efficiency.
Enterprises are facing unprecedented challenges:
To survive, organizations need innovative business partners that can blend business process improvement with IT to enable organizations to improve their efficiency and effectiveness.
With MW2’s 90 days transformation package, we partner with you, identify 1-2 areas that could benefit from process improvement and automation, transform it and achieve tangible ROI before the end of the 90 days. We have enable organizations achieve up to 30% savings in 3 months.
After extensive IT Vendor research we chose MW2. They are very professional, quick to respond, and have given us high quality professional services. Without them we would not have met our critical deadlines and budget goals.PCA Skin – Chris McCrory, COO
I think that MW2’s strongest qualities are its aggressiveness and innovation. Throughout the process they have understood HP’s business needs, articulated them well, and designed solutions to satisfy HP’s customer demands.Hewlett Packard, Business Store – Mark Peterson, Director