On August 10, 2014, Trexin’s Glenn Kapetansky was interviewed on “Get Down to Business with Shalom Klein”, a weekly radio talk show (Chicago’s AM 560 WIND) focusing on strategies for success in both business and jobs. The target listening audience is Small and Medium Businesses. Klein, the host, is the<span. . .
Agile Software Development is now thirteen years old. It started with the 2001 Agile Manifesto , although the principles of incremental software development appeared as early as 1957. You may have heard of the various dialects that joined under the Agile umbrella: Rational Unified Process, Scrum
Enterprises and institutions across a variety of industries increasingly depend on external vendor packaged software solutions to rapidly improve support of core business processes, generate revenue and accelerate growth. More times than not, the vendor selection and implementation process is
One of the most common fallacies with ERP implementations is that organizations are prepared for the undertaking. Organizations need to not only recognize and understand the success drivers, but also to take action on related preparatory recommendations that support them
On March 13, Trexin hosted its fourth Thriving Through Disruption event in Minneapolis. In a private setting at Pittsburgh Blue Steakhouse, fifteen senior executives from leading Minneapolis companies in manufacturing, financial services, retail, mass media, and healthcare enjoyed a great evening
An ERP strategy defines the rules, components and road map that will govern an ERP deployment and utilization. The selection and implementation of a pre-packaged ERP system should be the end result of a well thought-out development and execution of this ERP strategy. The ERP strategy needs to be
We had a wonderful evening at our third Thriving Through Disruption event in Chicago on February 27th. The event was attended by 15 senior executives from leading Chicago businesses in healthcare, financial services, manufacturing, new media and higher education.
The advent of the Affordable Care Act created a new type of private nonprofit health insurer, called a Consumer Operated and Oriented Plan, or "CO-OP.” These plans are directed by their customers and designed to offer individuals and small businesses more affordable, consumer-friendly, and
For most of this young decade, we have debated as a nation the pros and cons of the US healthcare system and ways to fix it. There are several innovative programs that are being incubated across the country. Even with all that, I believe there is an opportunity, at the<span. . .
Dramatic changes in healthcare laws, technologies, and consumer behaviors have created a window of opportunity for innovative healthcare service organizations. Our Client, a regional hospital association, launched two new ventures in response to these opportunities: a health information exchange