Burger Consulting Group, Inc. providing IT Systems Consulting for the Construction Industry
Burger Consulting Group (BCG) is an IT Construction Industry consulting firm that has worked for more ENR ranked companies than any other consultancy in the industry. Established in 1997, BCG works nationally and internationally with commercial, civil and specialty contractors to develop objective IT strategy as well as select and implement the specific solutions they need to grow their companies. BCG enjoys a reputation of independence and objectivity that stems from no alignment with any software vendors. BCG’s scope of work includes ERP systems, ECM, Project Management, Collaboration, Preconstruction, Field-based technology, and Marketing and Business Development, as well as the supporting computing infrastructure. The firm is often involved during system implementations, in training coordination, development of training material and designing best practice processes for our clients.
BCG provides technology direction around the following core business applications and technologies:
- Enterprise resource planning
- Project management
- Enterprise content management
- Building information modeling
- Business intelligence
- Services-oriented architecture
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Dexter + Chaney Connect Users’ Conference
Post-Apocalypse – The Drive for More Value from ERP after Implementation
When: Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Time: 3:00 p.m. PDT
This session explores the critical time period after the go-live of an ERP or other primary system. We will look at the effects of implementation fatigue, the need for advanced and on-going training, how to reenergize the team around Phase II initiatives, and the development of further integrations and reports. Too many organizations approach the go-live milestone as a termination of effort (i.e. We’re done!) when in fact it should really be viewed as an important milestone and opportunity to start working on higher-value functions as well as improvements to processes in the organization. Due to the compressed nature of an implementation and risk involved, many organizations are forced to compromise on the first round scope, and, if there is no follow-on initiative after go-live, the company’s first pass implementation is what stands. This is unfortunate situation as, often, there is additional functionality within software solution that is not fully leveraged during the first phase, but this can be remedied and is the focus of this discussion.