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Quote of the Week – Abraham Lincoln

Quote of the Week presented by Facilitated Software Solutions. This week is something from Abraham Lincoln on the Life in One’s Years.Here is Wishing you Wonderful Life in Your Years.

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Business Case Checklist

Business Case Checklist Presented by Tom Lyttleton PMP PBA of Facilitated Software Solutions – Carlsbad, CA The Business Process Analysis phase of CRM and ERP implementations is a critical beginning step that is often overlooked or ignored. This is especially true in smaller organizations who do not have the benefit… Continue Reading…

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Services Facilitated Software Offers:

These are some of the B2B services that we at Facilitated Software offers. Feel free to contact Tom Lyttleton for a free consultation.

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A BA’s CRM Checklist

Written by: Thomas Lyttleton, PMI, ACP, PBA, SixSigmaBB President of Facilitated Software Solutions, Inc. C-Suite executive level information systems, report, and dashboard requirements are evolving rapidly with IoT and digitization.   I am often asked to provide business process analysis for corporate CRM solutions. Many times, these requests are to review stalled… Continue Reading…

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How to save time and money implementing a new ERP (Business Information system)

by Tom Lyttleton – 10/24/2018 Much of the work Jim and I have done over the years has involved trying to repurpose ERP implementations that have stalled or implementations that have delivered less than promised or expected.  Generally turning these projects around is very challenging and politically charged.  A great… Continue Reading…

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New ERP, Why (x 5) ?

A couple of disclosures which bias my perspective ~ • Worked with the ERP now known as Sage 300 since it was ACCPAC Dos. • Survived being a project accountant. • Learned programming with PUNCH cards and thought Fortran & Cobol was awesome. • Stopped using a slide rule in… Continue Reading…