Back To The Future, 94-Day Implementation is our 1.21 gigawatts!

Mark Kolanach, Director of Oracle Application Sales, brij

Much like Marty and Doc in ‘Back To The Future’, when Marty was back in 1955 trying to generate enough power to get back to the future, where 1.21 gigawatts seemed like an unbelievable amount of energy, in 1985 it was unattainable.  While in the past the 100 day implementation was unachievable, utilizing best practices, a committed team, utilizing our implementation methodology refined through our last 28 years of JD Edwards implementations, brij IMPLEMENTED Financials, Manufacturing, and Distribution in 94 days.  We broke all of those unwritten rules, in 94 days!

September 29th, 2014 marked a new high water mark for excellence by the brij implementation team.  Working closely with the committed project team from this industrial electronics manufacturing company, both organizations committed themselves to meeting an aggressive timeline of a 100 day implementation.  With the Project Managers empowered to move decisively forward and the Project Team focused on the objective of Going Live on JD Edwards Enterprise One, delays were greatly mitigated and a very high level of efficiency was achieved.

The brij implementation methodology preaches empowerment of the Client Project Team to make business decisions as questions arise in the course of the implementation, and this project demonstrated the savings and efficiency that can be achieved by embracing this blended team approach.  Not only did this project take much less time than other like implementations and start reaping the dividends of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne solution in a much shorter timeframe, but it came in well under budget.  These are just two more ways brij can help your business realize a greater and faster ROI on your Oracle JD Edwards implementation!

 

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