Countless papers and articles have been written on project success rates and why projects fail. Interestingly enough, the reasons that projects fail are the same today as they were ten years ago: lack of top management commitment, unrealistic expectations, poor requirements definition, improper package selection, gaps between software and business requirements, inadequate resources, underestimating time and cost, poor project management, ... Read More »
It’s a New Year – Time for a New Plan
The beginning of the New Year is the opportune time to prioritize the list of projects that have accumulated over the last year and develop a strategy for your enterprise applications. One small problem, you are busier than ever and funding is still limited. Nevertheless, it is good to be prepared as you will undoubtedly be asked for your plan ... Read More »
The Enterprise Application Inflection Point – Are We There Yet?
As 2010 comes to a close, there is more optimism in the air regarding 2011 and the prospects for an increase in technology spending and enterprise application projects. But are we ‘there’ yet? And what will ‘there’ look like when we arrive? If we look back over the past couple of years, the economy has all but halted spending on ... Read More »
The Prinzo Group Publishes White Paper on Preempting ERP Project Failure
Atlanta, GA – December 10, 2010 – The Prinzo Group, an innovative knowledge firm that provides project assurance expertise for enterprise transformation and technology projects, today announced that it is making available its white paper, “Preempting ERP Project Failure, Project Assurance through Collaborative Intervention SM.” The paper addresses key discrepancies in ERP project planning and management that can lead to ... Read More »