Class A ERP is often misunderstood and confused with software tools and implementations, but is actually a management system for continuous improvement. This book will resolve these myths by thoroughly describing the definition of Class A ERP and giving specifics for achieving Class A performance in a reasonable timeframe. Examples from successes will be referenced to and the author will build a case for breaking the journey to world-class performance into bite-sized, doable focus areas. Class A ERP Implementation will help organizations set the stage for maximum effectiveness of both Lean strategies and Six Sigma and establish ERP disciplines as the prerequisite to success.possible a after all, there was little Many times, the customer would the customer could do anyway, agree to the new date ... It hap- ~ ~ ~ pened frequently, however, and the predictable result was that when the customer aquot;agreedaquot; to a reschedule, the customer service metric ... It always feels good to look at favorable numbers, even if bonuses are not attached to the data. ... determine the inventory levels and reorder points for inventory of finished goods in the distribution centers (DCs).
|Title||:||Class A ERP Implementation|
|Author||:||Donald H. Sheldon|
|Publisher||:||J. Ross Publishing - 2005-05-15|