Top ERP Thought Leaders
Believe it or not, Twitter can be used for a lot more than sending out controversial tweets in the dead of night… If you’re looking for an ERP system for your business, or perhaps if you’re in the business yourself, be sure to check out this list of the top thought leaders in the ERP industry.
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Louis is software product management professional professional. He provides expertise and insight into marketing and selling ERP solutions. He’s a contributing editor for Forbes magazine following Customer Relation Management and ERP. He is currently serving as director of Global Cloud Project Management at Ingram Cloud. In the past he’s been in charge of marketing iBASEt, Plex Systems, and has been a senior analyst at Gartner.
As the Founder of Mint, Cindy Jutras is a widely recognized expert in analyzing the impact of enterprise applications on business performance. With over 40 years of corporate experience specifically in management, supply chain, customer service, and business performance management. Before founding Mint, Cindy Jutras was the vice president and Group Director of Aberdeen where conducted research on ERP, suite based applications, and business performance management.
Ray Wang is the principal analyst, founder, and chairman of the Silicon Valley based Constellation Research, Inc. He’s the author of the popular business strategy blog, “A Software Insider’s Point of View”. With millions of views per year, Ray’s blog gives insight into how disruptive technologies and new business models impact enterprises. In the past, Wang has held executive roles in product, marketing, strategy, and consulting at Forrester Research, Oracle, Deloitte, and more.
Eric Kimberling is the founder and and partner of Panorama Consulting, the world’s leading independent ERP consulting firm. He is one of the most recognized and respected independent ERP systems experts in the world. He has dedicated himself to giving keynote speeches at industry conferences and universities. His extensive experience includes ERP software selection, organizational chain management, and implementation project management. He demonstrates his experience as the lead facilitator of Panorama’s quarterly ERP boot camp workshops and weekly webinar series.
Nick Castellina is the Vice President and Research Group Director for the Aberdeen Group’s Business Planning and Execution practice. He joined Aberdeen in 2010 focusing on the use of ERP software. He leads yearly studies on Enterprise Performance Management, Business Process Management, Professional Services Automation, and project management. Castellina also manages the analysts in Aberdeen’s Manufacturing , Supply Chain Management, Product Innovation, and Financial Management research practices.