April 2001

Special Report: Project and Plant Management

Enterprise integration: join the successful 20%

Here's how to accurately assess opportunities in technology projects

Funk, G. L, GLF/Technology Consulting

Everyone agrees that improving productivity and profitability is good. These two measures reveal the performance of a business operation. HPI profitability is facing increasing competitive, regulative and societal pressures. Industry is responding to the pressures by intensifying enterprise resource integration (ERI) activities. Thousands of businesses offer enterprise activities as the solution for achieving profitability and productivity. The economic promise from using enterprise integration is great; unfortunately, actual delivery of the gains is flawed. The economic gains for successful ERI activities exceed 65%. These returns are substantially above what most other competing investme

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