Complex construction projects rely on input from a variety of stakeholders with a wide range of design tools. When these platforms are disconnected and incompatible, design errors may remain hidden until late in the project cycle. These missed problems become extremely expensive to fix during project execution, adding significant risk to the budget and schedule.

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Topics: G-News, Construction

G3G today announced the certification by SAP of 4 industry specific SAP Business All-in-One Solutions on SAP S/4HANA with addition S/4HANA FINANCE. The G3G solutions that have achieved this certification include BuildOne for Construction and Discrete Manufacturing, ServOne for Professional services, and TechOne for High Tech and Software providers.

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Topics: G-News, S/4HANA, BAiO

Following the success of our webinar, G3G and Dorman Products are going on the road and will be speaking at the upcoming ASUG Carolinas Chapter Meeting on Friday October 2nd. Dorman and G3G will be showcasing the successful implementation of Winshuttle, and how they developed their Master Data Management strategy. 

Please join us at the Charlotte Motor Speedway centre. To register for the event click here.

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Topics: G-News, UX

September Support Headache

Posted by Mick Jawor on 24 Sep 2015

Budgets are prepared. Your SAP ecosystem is stable and has been all year. The support calls are going down, the change requests are not being left on the shelf and the users are happy. Then September comes.

The budget shows that next year you have three new projects: a functional upgrade, implementation of a new module and making the sales force mobile. Your resource budget is the same as last year and you are being asked to do more for the same, yet again. All three projects are scheduled for go-live in June. The marketing manager and the finance manager have IT plans of their own that you are not privy to yet. They only tell you when you’re most stretched. Sound familiar?

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Topics: Support

Embrace the Revolution

Posted by Mick Jawor on 27 Aug 2015

Traditional transactional Finance Systems have been undergoing an evolution with key decision makers asking for real-time analytics to support company strategies. Successful and modern enterprises require more from business systems financial data with less of the antiquated lengthy end of month batch jobs or exaggerated workflows that build unnecessary time into order processing. Talking to financial controllers today, they are looking for integrated financial data, both analytical and transactional, with a greater emphasis on prediction and forecasting rather than just historical recording.

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Topics: S/4HANA

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