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A successful execution of a Cut-over project using FlowWright

One of the largest OEM auto parts manufacturing companies in the world recently executed one of their scheduled SAP Cut-over projects using the FlowWrightPM Application (powered by FlowWright workflow automation.)  With our Project Management workflow application users are able to design a Cut-over plan and then execute it within the same application. To execute this particular SAP upgrade pertaining to multiple systems, production manufacturing needed to be halted across the board until the upgrade is complete.  They allotted an 8 hour window to execute the Cut-over. Here's how it works...

Check out our article in Forbes: New Options for ERP Cutover Project Management

When there is real return on investment (ROI) associated with hitting schedules and milestones, managing complex projects can be risky and stressful for companies. Examples of such projects are enterprise resource planning (ERP) like SAP or Oracles EBS and planned plant shutdowns and startups. To get projects like these under control, managers need to prioritize planning and address:

Why BPA/BPM Represents the Future of Business Innovation

There is real fear that as technology advances, workers won't be as important. Automation continues to improve safety and productivity in industries such as manufacturing, which has led to a profound shift in the American economy. However, because machines and software are capable of doing a lot of the heavy lifting, workers have actually become a more valuable commodity because they offer something that machines simply can't: creativity and the ability to innovate. Business process automation (BPA/BPM) is the future of innovation because it  provides the structure for applying innovation and continuous improvement ideas and moves them into practice.