ERP Selection Process Webinar
Engleman Associates presents a one-hour webinar on selecting ERP software and other business software that complements ERP. This webinar is a 'just the facts' case study based on lessons from over 900 projects and not a sales pitch. We strive to make this a productive use of your time as you will take away concepts and tips to use. High-value elements of this webinar are:
- ERP acquisition costs – Aggressive techniques for initial on ongoing cost control usually exceeding 50% savings.
- ERP contracts – Absolutely awful for buyers and what to fix.
- Cloud ERP – Understanding the benefits, risks, and pervasive hype.
- Modern ERP – The real potential in ERP projects today.
- ERP that depends on third-party software to work in your industry – What to watch for.
This information is delivered by national enterprise software expert Mark Engleman. Mark founded EAI/SoftSelect 1996 and he and his team have been involved in over 900 hundred enterprise software projects and has delivered hundreds of webinars and workshops on enterprise software selection and controlling implementations.
This webinar is often offered at scheduled times shown below—as well as other times to better fit the schedule of those interested.
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SoftSelect was a great partner throughout the process of choosing an ERP solution. They helped us control the terms throughout the ERP buying process, and we achieved impressive results in reduced ERP license fees. Having an experienced partner like SoftSelect, helped us negotiate for the products we need and set our expectations for the process of implementing these solutions.
Negotiating ERP costs is complicated and the ERP software vendors take advantage of the buyer’s lack of experience. SoftSelect’s experience and influence helped us level the playing field. We clearly saved money and lowered our long term risk.
Long term ERP license costs were initially very difficult to calculate. Working with SoftSelect we were able to insist on a predicable ERP license fee approach and achieve much lower initial and ongoing license fee costs.