What if we think differently about the technology applications our businesses use on a daily basis? Change the technology paradigm and give your ERP system a face, name, and skillset. Describe your CRM system’s personality. Do its peers enjoy working with it? Is he/she a valuable team member who makes their lives easier or more […]
ITDirections was engaged by a large restaurant chain of 92 restaurants nationwide (company-owned and franchised). The Client requested help to select software and negotiate contracts for Financials, Restaurant Back Office, and Labor Scheduling.
ITDirections was engaged by a very large ($4B revenue and 7,000 team members) global health distribution and services company. The company was composed of three unique business units with 15 distribution centers.
ITDirections was engaged by one of the largest uniform rental and linen supply companies in North America with approximately $650M in annual sales, operating more than 115 production facilities and service centers throughout the United States and Canada, servicing over 150,000 customers each week.
ITDirections was engaged by a privately-held distributor of process control and automation solutions, with revenue approximately $200M and over 250 employees in 16 locations. Their business also included engineering, assembly, manufacturing, technical support, vendor managed inventory, and logistics services.
ITDirections was engaged by one of the largest owners, operators, and franchisers of hairstyling and hair care salons in the world with over 5,000 salons, revenue in excess of $1B, and 30,000 employees.
ITDirections was engaged by a very large ($4B revenue and 7,000 team members) global health distribution and services company. The company is composed of three unique business units with 15 distribution centers.
I recently helped the client gain board approval to proceed with the replacement of their legacy financial, HR and payroll systems. I know it doesn’t sound like a spectacular feat; these things happen on a daily basis all across the country. But this wasn’t your typical capital investment situation. The Board’s makeup was 95% politicians […]
My friend and mentor Anita Cassidy taught me how to use questions to frame a project. It’s a simple way to agree on the ‘what’. If everyone begins with the same definition of ‘what’, then it’s unlikely you’ll miss the mark. For example, a project to research the feasibility of modernizing your HR system might need […]