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21-22 March, 2024

Days of Knowledge UK 2024

Days of Knowledge is a Directions for Partners event focused on educating consultants and developers, sharing knowledge and upgrading Business Central professionals to enable quality customer solutions. Training and acquiring knowledge are the magic words at Days of Knowledge.


The secret to a successful ERP implementation

14:00 - 14:45 Screen 10 Back to event schedule

After more than 35 years implementing ERP solutions all over the world, I have seen many projects succeed or fail. Fail might be a big word, because no company, that I have worked with did not go-live at some point. The difference was: • Was the contract hedged? • Was the project managed ok from the customer side? • Was the project managed ok from the partner side? • Was the project finished on time? • Was the project finished on budget? • Did the customer project team stay intact during the entire implementation? • Did the partner project team stay intact during the entire implementation process? • Was the project scope the same during the entire implementation process? • How was change requests handled? All too often, one or more of these questions are answered with a big NO! In this session, I will show examples of: • How to set up a flexible project team • How to set the expectations from start • How to break the processes into manageable bites • How to win key employees over to like the new system • How to reuse your initial analysis to create test scripts • How to actually make the user perform the testing • How to celebrate a successful implementation See you there


Peik Bech-Andersen

Senior Consultant and Developer at Bech-Andersen Consult ApS

Peik Bech-Andersen is a freelance solution architect , consultant, Instructor and developer, Implementing solutions all-over the world. He is specialized in advanced manufacturing combined with master data replication and Intercompany solutions. He first saw Navision in 1984 at the beta testing program of PcPlus. He started implementing manufacturing solutions in 1983 on IBM S/36 systems. Since the Dynamics NAV manufacturing module was released, he has implemented at least 50 Manufacturing solutions in all kinds of different businesses. Starting as an accountant in a production company and moving on to implementing systems, he has both the accounting, the development and the implementation background. As a Microsoft Certified Trainer, he has conducted courses the last 10 years in topics like Dynamics NAV programming, installation, finance, trade, warehouse management and manufacturing. During the many years, he has had countless courses with many participants in 15 countries.