The Canadian packaged foods giant is working on a five-year business plan to turn itself around. Jeff Hutchinson explains how moving from 30 ERP systems to one instance of SAP will contribute to the transformation
When the Nova Scotia Liquor Corp. (NSLC) decided to spike its product and service delivery model, it turned to an enterprise resource planning (ERP) software vendor that provided a flexible system to meet its customization needs
Christie Digital Systems Inc. specializes in turning tiny pictures into huge, cinematic events. But when it came to updating its server infrastructure, the company went in the other direction, making a large IT investment into a small hit in the pocketbook.
When Weatherford International Ltd. began deploying an enterprise-wide ERP system, the company wanted to make sure it gained maximum benefit from the massive migration project. The oil field products and services company wanted to develop advanced search capabilities that would expose the information in its J.D. Edwards OneWorld ERP software and the Parametric Technology Corp. (PTC) Windchill product data management (PDM) system installed with it, says Bill Droke, Weatherford