A Tribute To A Friend

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This post has no category. It may be irrelevant to you; it won’t provide any value to you or your business.

But to me, personally, it’s the most relevant so far.

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Standard enemy

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The biggest jeopardies often lurk where we least expect them. When implementing an ERP system such as Microsoft Dynamics NAV, what should be one of our best allies, turns out to be our mortal enemy. It has a simple name: The Standard. Standard processes, standard functionality, standard documents, standard system. All these gizmos can turn into gremlins in a blink of an unattentive eye.

Standards are tricky. If during due dilligence, or diagnostic or analysis phase, we hear the prospect or customer utter the word “standard”, what do we instinctively do? Well, in a standard system, it’s pretty obvious what the standard is, and when the customer says that they “just have standard processes” it means that these processes are just covered with such a standard system, right? So we instinctively tend to skip the more detailed analysis of these, because after all, they are standard.

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Flying Dynamics

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Do you want to fly Dynamics? A friend of mine has just done so, and he took a handful of pictures as well. It seems that Adria Airways, a (or the, I…

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