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Monthly Event: Women in ERP
The Women In ERP initiative aims to bring together, educate, and empower women involved with ERP transformations. The main theme of this series is to highlight the contributions of women, create social awareness to enhance women’s representations in ERP teams, and highlight their stories and challenges in voicing their opinions with ERP transformation initiatives.
Our Women in ERP show happens monthly as a LinkedIn Live event. Register here and you will receive an email with instructions on how to join us for the event on LinkedIn.
Current Schedule of Shows:
-June 7, 2022 at 12pm CDT
-July 5, 2022 at 12pm CDT
-August 2, 2022 at 12pm CDT
-September 6, 2022 at 12pm CDT
-October 4, 2022 at 12pm CDT
In this monthly show, we’ll talk about:
- Stories from women in ERP teams and how they’ve risen to different challenges
- Experiences from women who work in supply chain, including highlights and challenges
- The accomplishments and contributions of amazing women in ERP
Kristina Harrington (GenAlpha Technologies) hosts a panel of badass ladies with amazing stories to tell. She interviews Anna McGovern, Brandy Moore, Michele Thompson and Shannon Mullins. These women are total pros. They share their wisdom and career journeys, the craziness, wins, failures, successes, and everything ERP.
Melissa Drew, Renata Pataki, Lisa Anderson and Jennifer Mesiano share the good, the bad, roadblocks and lessons learned from implementing ERP solutions. They cover everything from ERP selection, to implementation, change management, integrations, how to overcome the objections, the naysayers and switching ERP systems.
This week, GenAlpha Technologies' Kristina Harrington interviews four ladies who are total pros in the ERP space. She's joined by Juliette Samson, Nikki Gonzales, Cheri Baker and Lori McDonald. They share their wisdom, amazing stories, and the lessons they have learned from their experience in the ERP space.
Jessica Gadbois (Practice Director, Acumatica), Anya Ciecierski (Founder, ERP Software Blog) and Laurie McCabe (Cofounder & Partner, SMB Group) share lessons learned, evaluating the best ERP system for your company, and assessing vendor trustworthiness.
Joined with host, Sarah Scudder (CMO of SourceDay) is Dawn Fludder, Sneha Kumari, Peyton Cork and Lacey Hill. They shared their wisdom, stories, confessions and examples of lessons learned. Lots of discussion around change management, how to select the right ERP and how to optimize your ERP once it's running.
Our Women In ERP initiative aims to bring together, educate, and empower women involved with ERP transformations. Jill Button, Dyci Manns Sfregola, Jennifer Harris and Joselina Peralta share the good, the bad, roadblocks and lessons learned from implementing ERP solutions.