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As a manufacturer, does ERP = Excel Runs Production?

26th March 2021 “One of the seductive things about a spreadsheet is that it is so easy to create one. Unlike an ERP implementation, which is a complex project, even to modify or add features to, even a complex spreadsheet can be generated by one person in a few hours.”  - Rick Cook The problem with using... 

An Impactful Combination – Top Business Transformers join forces

18th March 2021 South African consulting firm Rifle-Shot Performance Holdings (Pty) Ltd. (RSPH) has been appointed as an Authorised Partner of its Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) offerings. “I am delighted to have RSPH on board. Epicor is strongly positioned world-wide, and I have no doubt RSPH’s expertise in... 

#MeThinking: HOW to make the South African Manufacturing Sector Great Again

28th January 2021 Written by Dilley Naidoo, Co-Founder and CEO of Madala & Associates, which was established in 2010, a majority Level 1 BB – BEE Company. After spending decades across 5 continents observing, researching and interacting with individuals, communities and businesses primarily across UK, USA, Europe,... 

2020 MESA virtual conference – if you missed it you missed out!

18th January 2021 Originally published in South African Instrumentation & Control at https://bit.ly/3irdKlo 2020 brought about a lot of uncertainty, anxiety, fear, broken economies, and a complete halt to what we have come to know as ‘life’… I wonder why? Jokes aside, COVID-19 has left devastation and destruction... 
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Advisory committee recommends a hybrid of Level 3 and 4 for Gauteng

The Gauteng premier's advisory committee on Covid-19 recommends the province be placed under a hybrid of Level 3 and 4 lockdown. Gauteng is currently the epicentre of the Covid-19 pandemic, having recorded 10 806 new cases on Wednesday. 

Joburg Water tariff increase also meant to encourage water savings

The 6.8% increase in water and sewer charges coming into effect on July 1 are also meant to highlight that water is a scarce resource and that City of Johannesburg (CoJ) need to use water resources wisely, water utility Johannesburg Water senior manager Thokozani Tshabalala said on June 24. The... 
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