E-Solution Implementation - How to avoid the costly time consuming mistakes - ComplianceOnline (E-Solution Implement)

Venue: Online

Location: Palo Alto, California, United States

Event Date/Time: Apr 24, 2009
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"The cost for implementation of an enterprise e-solution for a business process is not insignificant. In order for you to maximise your return on investment, many things must go just right. The resultant process must work but it must also be bought into by the company and accepted and it must last for a substantial time period if you are going to recoup your resource (dollar and manpower) investment. In spite of this, over 50% of all e-solutions do not recoup their investment over the anticipated life of the system and many find themselves not being used as planned, if at all. In some cases the system does not perform as expected or hoped, in others, it is never fully embraced by all customers. In these cost-conscious times, it makes sense to invest in strategies that increase your likelihood of success."

Introduction of an enterprise e-solution for a particular business process involves integration and interfacing of multiple functions within a company and in most cases several different external company entities. All of this must be brought together effectively over a short time period where implementation quality and cost are fiercely controlled and often during periods of clashes of cultures. Converting a business process from a paper or simple e-system to a more streamlined e-solution is complex and fraught with potential failure points. This webinar describes how to develop and implement an e-solution and maximize its potential for success by creating win-win teams. It details the areas where friction and failure are common and presents tools to minimize or eliminate these.

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"The cost for implementation of an enterprise e-solution for a business process is not insignificant. In order for you to maximise your return on investment, many things must go just right. The resultant process must work but it must also be bought into by the company and accepted and it must last for a substantial time period if you are going to recoup your resource (dollar and manpower) investment. In spite of this, over 50% of all e-solutions do not recoup their investment over the anticipated life of the system and many find themselves not being used as planned, if at all. In some cases the system does not perform as expected or hoped, in others, it is never fully embraced by all customers. In these cost-conscious times, it makes sense to invest in strategies that increase your likelihood of success." Introduction of an enterprise e-solution for a particular business process involves integration and interfacing of multiple functions within a company and in most cases several different external company entities. All of this must be brought together effectively over a short time period where implementation quality and cost are fiercely controlled and often during periods of clashes of cultures. Converting a business process from a paper or simple e-system to a more streamlined e-solution is complex and fraught with potential failure points. This webinar describes how to develop and implement an e-solution and maximize its potential for success by creating win-win teams. It details the areas where friction and failure are common and presents tools to minimize or eliminate these. Areas Covered in the seminar: