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Sep

SyteLine 8/9 Technical Consultant and general .NET developer needed

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ERP Consultants Once again, Eclipse Consulting, Inc. (ECI) is growing and looking for a qualified individual to join our team of SyteLine ERP Consultants, Developers, and Project Managers.


Our current need is for several SyteLine 8/9 developers. We are looking for a full time, permanent employee to work from our Vancouver, WA based headquarters. As frequent communication with the ECI team and clients will be needed, strong English communication skills are.

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Sep

Implementation / ERP Consultant Needed

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Sep

Consulting Services Manager Needed – ERP/Business Software

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ERP Consulting Services Manager Needed Once again, Eclipse Consulting, Inc. (ECI) is growing and looking for a qualified individual to join our team of SyteLine ERP Consultants, Developers, and Project Managers.


Our current need is for Consulting Services Manager. Our primary software offering is Infor’s SyteLine ERP. We are looking for applicants willing to work in our Vancouver, WA headquarters. As frequent communication with the ECI team and clients will be.

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Jul

Applying SyteLine Service Pack 10

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From time to time, we here at ECI like to give our visitors something they can take home and use. Lately we’ve been hearing about SyteLine users having a hard time applying the SyteLine Service Pack 10 patch, mostly due to official documentation not addressing all of their issues/concerns.


That’s why our experienced team has put together a step by step walk-through guide to help you. This guide is an easy to follow process that covers the problems.

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Jul

Navigate Manufacturing Challenges with Speed and Agility

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Jun

Measuring Your ERP Success: Ducks in a Row (pt 3/3)

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measure erp success ducks in a row (Part 1, Part 2) Well, it’s been six months and you are dying to measure the success of your new or recently upgraded enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. Yes, you’ve called some of the IT guys in and now.

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Jun

Measuring Your ERP Success: Top to Bottom (pt 2/3)

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measure erp success (Part 1) The business world is filled with unknowns. The rise and fall of the economy, changing regulations, and the shifting needs of your customers constantly keep your business success—or at least its optimization—in question. The importance of your enterprise resource planning (ERP) system amid this environment is hard to overstate and just as hard.

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Jun

Measuring Your ERP Success: Shaping the Metric (pt 1/3)

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measure erp success We all need metrics of success. First and foremost, as a form of self-knowledge, measuring our improvement or lack thereof gives us a sense of where we are in the world and where we can better ourselves. Used wisely, it also can tell us where we best contribute and where we should probably keep our mouths humbly shut. Humans, unfortunately, are notoriously bad at estimating their own success,.

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Jun

ERP vs The Board: Trust is Key (pt 3/3)

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ERP vs the Board Trust is Key So it’s time to upgrade or replace your enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, and the suits are shocked at the price. You nobly avoid rolling your eyes since this system penetrates every aspect of the business and may even make coffee in the morning the thing is so powerful. How, you wonder, can your board of.

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Jun

ERP vs The Board: It’s the Numbers (pt 2/3)

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ERP vs the board numbers If you talk to a writer worth his or her salt, you’ll hear that the audience is the number one priority and that all communication—in all forms—serves its audience, even before the bosses telling you what to write. The more the communicator understands that audience, the more successful the communication. When it comes to a chief information officer (CIO), understanding how a board of directors, or.

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