- There were some things they didn't tell Jeanne Moreno when she joined her current outfit, Snap-On , Inc.
, two years ago. Under the circumstances, she's just fine with that.
Moreno certainly isn't the first chief information officer to join a large, global business organization and find herself in cha......Full article >>>
pedia.org/wiki/Enterprise_resource_planning">Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems, more than 120 financial systems, and aging servers.
We didn't even know what information technology was costing Snap-On around the world, Moreno recalled.
On the people side, the major focus of the previous technology management team was operating the current environment and putting out f......Full article >>>
ers. Never customize. Vendors are partners, so make them part of your transformation team. Stock your internal team with a core group of employees who understand the business and crave a new direction.
Her plan was ambitious because it had to be. The strategy is to streamline the more than 100 business unit ERPs into one end-to-end process per logistical structure, and merge to one set of......Full article >>>
on, the focus is configuration, not customization, and SSA comes pre-configured. Some of the old software applications have been retained while IT develops the new core, but for the most part Snap-On is turning the page.
A pooling strategy was used to foster integration and merge 700 point-to-point connections into 21 pools. Building those pools is a ......Full article >>>
It also was her good fortune that Snap-On's technology employees didn't need a lot of convincing to become change agents, which enabled her to assemble gung-ho teams to execute various aspects of the program.
Before her arrival, the vast majority of the IT staff did not like their jobs, had low opinions of vendors, suffered from a lack of employee-development initi......Full article >>>
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