Humanizing an ERP Implementation – Free eBook for small and midsized businesses
Mississauga, ON (March 9, 2015) – Mantralogix, a highly regarded Sage software Business Partner representing the Sage ERP and CRM lines, including Sage ERP X3, Sage 300, Sage 500 ERP and Sage 100, recently released a new eBook for small and mid-sized businesses – “Humanizing an ERP Implementation”. This eBook provides business owners and business leaders with practical, experience-based advice on steps to take and issues to consider in improving their business experience when they implement a major software project.
“Very often, a business considers technology and software as the key ingredients to improving their processes, but they don’t consider the challenges that we humans have in adapting to new ways of doing things” said Kerry Mann, founder of Mantralogix. “Considering the human element and how you bring people along in the process is often more important than the technology you choose to purchase.”
Mantralogix has deep experience helping to improve processes and streamline automation for businesses, having worked with hundreds of firms over the past 25 years. This eBook has been published to help other business owners understand the range of solutions that are available to them and provide new ways to consider the challenges that lie in the path of successful business transformation.
Humanizing an ERP Implementation is available at no charge, and can be downloaded from the link below.
For more information about this eBook, please contact Jessica Skead at 866-320-8922
About MANTRALOGIX INC.
Mantralogix is a trusted technology partner providing IT services and ERP/ CRM solutions to small & medium Canadian and U.S. businesses since 1996. The company’s core values help clients create change and leverage their core business strengths. Partnering with the Sage family of ERP/ CRM solutions as well as leading technology infrastructure vendors enables Mantralogix to build, support, and maintain successful solutions that improve their clients’ ventures from sales to operations.