Best-Fit Enterprise Software IT teams spend too much time on “daily churn” rather than delivering real value to the organization. Read how Mike Guggemos, CIO at Insight Enterprises tackled the problem.
Best-Fit Enterprise Software Not understanding how important requirements are and where they are used is the root cause of most problems with implementing software.
Best-Fit Enterprise Software Organizations ask users for their requirements, only to find that when enterprise software goes live, it doesn’t meet user expectations. It turns out that we have been doing this backward for years.
Best-Fit Enterprise Software Many companies think they know how to purchase software when they have little idea of the process! This article looks at 3 places where money is squandered
Best-Fit Enterprise Software Avoiding these two conflict-of-interest situations helps ensure the software you select meets your needs and the implementation is completed on time and on budget.
Best-Fit Enterprise Software Enterprise software implementations usually take substantially longer and cost more than planned. When going live they often cause major business disruption. Here's a look at the root cause of the problem, with suggestions for resolving it.
Best-Fit Enterprise Software Ambiguous requirements can lead to purchasing software that doesn't meet expectations. Here are some simple techniques for avoiding ambiguities in your requirements.
Best-Fit Enterprise Software In the corporate world, many decisions are made in meetings, but too often things fall between the cracks. Here's a look at how one law firm used new Workboard OKR (objectives and key results) software to solve the challenge of getting things done.
Best-Fit Enterprise Software See how poor requirements analysis puts enterprise software purchases at risk of partial to outright failure...and how to fix the problem.
Best-Fit Enterprise Software In spite of the time and money spent, few software deployments meet expectations. Why? This article examines the more common reasons why selecting software is so difficult, so these problems can be avoided.
Best-Fit Enterprise Software Business process management software can be thought of as 'the oil that lubricates corporate machinery.' With dozens of competitors on the market, use the reverse-engineering technique to find the BPM software best suited to your particular needs.
Best-Fit Enterprise Software Collecting detailed software requirements from users can be painfully difficult. See how rewriting features as requirements helps develop a comprehensive requirements list for selecting enterprise software.
Best-Fit Enterprise Software With major software purchases, the key to maximizing success is preparation. Even if you already know what software you want, there are still numerous benefits to a rigorous evaluation & selection. And maybe the favored software is not actually the best-fit after all.
Best-Fit Enterprise Software Like sales & marketing, software acquisition has a funnel. See how to use this funnel to reduce the pains so prevalent with major software purchases.
Best-Fit Enterprise Software The pain of a major software purchase going wrong can lead to wishing the project had never been started. However, by then contracts are signed and it is too late to do anything about it. Read and be warned!
Best-Fit Enterprise Software Given the rapid rate of innovation in the software field, the costs of obsolete systems are usually much higher than most people realize. The only way to know for sure is to estimate that cost.
Best-Fit Enterprise Software Based on your software budget, here's how to estimate the resources needed to ensure you select the best-fit enterprise software for your particular needs.
Best-Fit Enterprise Software A thorough requirements analysis takes time and money, but helps an organization to truly understand what they need and want. That understanding is a critical part of the ultimate success of the new software.
Best-Fit Enterprise Software When developing software requirements it can be helpful to use existing products for inspiration. It is also useful to have several tools that can be used to manage those requirements.
Best-Fit Enterprise Software It’s the unknown unknowns that get you! Using marketing technology as an example, we examine ways of exposing unknown software needs and evaluate the urgency of satisfying them.