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By The Way

Posted by Alan on September 26, 2008

Even though my last two posts that dealt with lessons learned had a lot of items that can be considered negatives — I still love this product and am excited about the prospects of it in the future.   As the politically incorrect saying goes — the pioneers take the arrows.  

What I thought we knew 6 months ago is nothing compared to what we know today.  I can only imagine where we will be 6 months from now.  

Really goes to show that book learning can only get you so far and is no substitute for real life experience.


2 Responses to “By The Way”

  1. Vic Cimon said

    Hi Alan,
    we are looking for budgeting and forecasting and PPS seems interesting.
    Are you doing those PPS-P implementations only for Dynamics?
    We are working with another ERP.

  2. Alan said

    While the company if work for (TGO Consulting) has built itself up around the implementation of Dynamics, for PerformancePoint we are back-end system agnostic and are working with clients with different EFP systems.

    For instance, of our two next projects that are starting next month, one will be integrating with J.D. Edwards and the other will be taking some information from Dynamics GP but a bulk of it will be from a couple of industry specific packages they rely upon for their day to day operations.

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