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The Surge in Manufacturing

According to Reuters, manufacturing gained significantly during the pandemic and remains strong.
  1. Factory orders BEAT expectations and rose 1.5% in June after increasing 2.3% in May. [...]

CIO Magazine: Top 7 ERP trends for 2021

"Smaller companies that may not have had ERP in place are realizing that they will be left in the dust if they don’t get onboard with modern ERP systems", comments Manufacturing and Supply Chain Expert, Lisa Anderson, MBA, CSCP, CLTD, president of LMA Consulting Group Inc.. Full Story

2021-05-18T18:51:57+00:00February 2, 2021|Categories: ERP, In The News, Manufacturing, Supply Chain|Tags: , , , , |

What’s Going on in the World of ERP & Business Intelligence?

How Do ERP Systems Work? I am excited to be featured in SelectHub's extremely popular and recently updated article, "How Do ERP Systems Work?". It provides a good foundation into the world of ERP and what you'd do with an ERP system. Although most clients have an ERP system [...]

2020-09-17T14:33:32+00:00July 9, 2020|Categories: Process, Talent|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

Supply Chain Heroes: How CFOs Can Help Save the World

As Published in: Oracle/Modern Finance Early this year, the largest asset-management company in the world made a bold announcement: It would start redirecting investments away from fossil fuels because of climate change. In his annual letter to CEOs, BlackRock CEO Larry Fink stated that “climate risk is investment risk,” and that risk [...]

Do You Have a Network?

January 9, 2020 Do you have a network of people you can go to for answers, help, introductions, and more? My network is not only very important to my business but it is also very important for my personal life. Starting with business, I can definitely say that LMA [...]

Is CRM Valuable?

A Client Question When clients decide to upgrade ERP, they also look at CRM (customer relationship management) because it makes sense to align the technology infrastructure into a common platform that will be fully integrated and scalable. However, what if it isn't part of an ERP project? When does [...]

2020-10-07T23:53:25+00:00August 7, 2019|Categories: ERP, Manufacturing, Process, Supply Chain, Technology|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

Sequoia and the Power of Silence

July 18, 2019 My best friend from high school and college was in town recently, and we went to Sequoia. First, I must say, what a ride to get to Sequoia on winding, mountainous roads! Once we arrived, we went to the 'Trail of 100 Giants', and it was [...]

2020-10-13T00:57:50+00:00July 18, 2019|Categories: I've Been Thinking, Leadership, Talent|Tags: , , , , , , |

Dana Point and the Customers’ 1st Experience with Your Product or Service

July 3, 2019 Last week, I went to Dana Point for a good friend's daughter's wedding. It seemed like an opportunity for a mini-getaway, and so I spent the night at the Marriott (pictured). Not only does Dana Point appear majestic with the view of the water, the lawn [...]

What do UPS, Shamrock Foods, Amazon & a 3PL Have in Common?

In touring multiple facilities, ranging from package shipments to cold storage food service delivery to the e-commerce behemoth to 3PL organizations, it became clear that as many conversations that take place about labor costs and other daily concerns, the #1 concern across the board is transportation costs. The numbers [...]

The Stock Market, The Economy & How They Do Not Align

January 22, 2019 Key research groups are starting to talk about their predictions for the economy, and everyone is interested. It feels like everyone is waiting for the other shoe to drop. After all, we have been in an expansion mode far longer than is typical and there is [...]

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