Cloud Implementation Readiness

When you purchase Software as a Service (SaaS), the fees normally begin immediately or shortly after you’ve signed the contract, even though the service has not yet been implemented. If you’re not prepared, implementation can take longer than anticipated. In a typical cloud ERP implementation for HR/payroll and finance, a conservative project burn rate for software and services can run between $180,000 to $200,000 per month – or between $45,000 to $50,000 per week. Delays of only a few weeks can cause significant project overruns. Download the whitepaper to learn how proper planning can keep your cloud project on schedule, achieve project objectives, and realize project benefits.

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White Papers

Why the Best CIOs May Be Missing the Biggest Revenue Opportunity

The implementation of EHR and ERP are typically among the largest investments healthcare organizations undertake, but they’re often treated as separate projects. In addition to missing a key opportunity for complete integration, separate implementation plans increase inefficiencies and ownership costs...

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Modernization Time: What Will Your Transition Strategy Be?

Most higher education institutions are operating finance, human resources, and student systems that are nearing 20 years old if not older. With legacy applications patched together as is typical in most colleges and universities, leaders recognize the challenge in keeping...

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Workday and Epic Integration Benefits for Healthcare Organizations

The implementation of EHR and ERP are typically among the largest investments healthcare organizations undertake, but they are often treated as separate projects. In addition to missing a key opportunity for complete integration, separate implementation plans increase inefficiencies and ownership...

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When you purchase Software as a Service (SaaS), the fees normally begin immediately or shortly after you’ve signed the contract, even though the service has not yet been implemented. If you’re not prepared, implementation can take longer than anticipated. In a typical cloud ERP implementation for HR/payroll and finance, a conservative project burn rate for software and services can run between $180,000 to $200,000 per month – or between $45,000 to $50,000 per week. Delays of only a few weeks can cause significant project overruns. Download the whitepaper to learn how proper planning can keep your cloud project on schedule, achieve project objectives, and realize project benefits.