Noted Authority on Implementation Failures Describes New SYSPRO Architecture As “Elevating the role of implementation and customer process change to a strategic level”
SYSPRO, a developer of best-of-breed, award-winning ERP software for on-premise and cloud-based utilization, today announced that SYSPRO’s Quantum Architecture is prominently featured in a new report by Michael Krigsman, CEO of Asuret, Inc., a consulting company dedicated to reducing technology implementation failures. Titled Predicting 2012: Rapid Implementation in Focus, the report notes, “As we enter 2012, there is evidence of enterprise software vendors taking steps to help customers run more successful projects.” He cites SYSPRO as one of three vendors that is concentrating on rapid implementation work.
Says Krigsman in highlighting SYSPRO’s recently announced Quantum Architecture, “The company [SYSPRO] is unusual in focusing so intently on implementation as an integral part of the product experience. By elevating the role of implementation and customer process change to a strategic level, SYSPRO has created a point of differentiation in the crowded ERP market.”
Krigsman includes several charts in his comprehensive coverage of SYSPRO Quantum Architecture, which is available at: http://sysprousa.com/mst_request/?id=3.
About Michael Krigsman
Michael Krigsman is CEO of Asuret, Inc., a consulting company dedicated to reducing technology implementation failures. Asuret’s suite of software tools improves the success rate of enterprise software deployments by quantifying and measuring governance issues that cause most project failures. Michael led the research effort underlying Asuret’s model of collective intelligence and its practical application to reducing IT failures in consulting environments. He is a recognized authority on the causes and prevention of IT failures and is frequently quoted in the press on IT project and related CIO issues. He is considered an enterprise software industry “influencer” and provides advice to technology buyers, vendors, and services firms.