At R Tech Solutions, we understand the challenges of being a CIO in the age of quick changing technology. The idea of choosing an ERP system is scary when asking yourself what if I make a decision and something better comes out or it gets outdated. Also, the biggest challenge is how do we do an implementation without turning the company inside out? At R Tech Solutions, we will guide you through this process. Through our years of experience and research we will walk you through different methodologies to conquer this process of implementing an ERP system, or even making changes to an existing system. Below are several articles that we will continue either developing or posting from other trusted sources such as the Harvard Business Review, Boston Consulting. Here we will look to create a blog and add content on different challenges from how to choose between custom development and an off the shelf solution to dealing with employee’s appearances! We hope you check in every couple days for the latest. Always feel free to reach out to us and we will be glad to help you achieve your goals.
Managers of teams require communications skills, organizational capabilities, and a knack for judging how people might work together. Research from Harvard Business School investigates the challenges of team leadership.
Digital transformation may be the most discussed topic among business leaders within small and midsize business – but is investing in such advanced technology worth the time, cost, and effort? - D!gitalist Magazine by SAP
Diversity is often revered as being the key to building a powerful team, but it's actually variety that leads to innovation and success. - McCombs School of Business
Given all the attention that “digital” is getting at the moment, you would be forgiven for thinking that it is somehow new. In fact, the relentless drive to embrace digital technologies has been ongoing for many decades. - HBR
Whether you’re in charge of developing a website, designing a car, moving a department to a new facility, updating an information system, or just about any other project (large or small), you’ll go through the same four phases of project management: planning, build-up, implementation, and closeout. - HBR
According to two new studies from the McCombs School of Business, adding women to boardrooms and C-suites really is good for business - Texas Enterprise
These days, the pace of technology development has companies grasping for clues about how to transform their businesses to keep ahead of the competition. - Texas Enterprise