Sheffield-based consultancy celebrates 30 years of success with new webinar and video series

10th May 2021

Sheffield-based consultancy celebrates 30 years of delivering successful implementations of core business systems and financial best practice to organisations across the UK with expert knowledge share webinar and video series.

MOORE Insight, a specialist consultancy working on the whole lifecycle management and implementation of core business technology systems for organisations across the UK, including local and central government, is celebrating its 30-year milestone with a series of knowledge share webinars and a video series. 

The company supports clients through business change, systems selection, implementation, and strategy, has a strong focus on sharing the expert knowledge held by its team with organisations on the ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) roadmap. ERP is a term used to describe the integration of core business systems and technology, for example, finance, procurement, payroll and HR.   

MOORE Insight’s founding Director, Peter Morley said: “We are doing now very much what we set out to do in 1991, which is striving for excellence in the selection and implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems. Lockdown has changed the way we work, we can service organisations across the world now, around the clock. There is no limit to our potential for the future. The knowledge we have is scarce in the market so we believe that training our own staff and sharing our expert knowledge with organisations who can benefit from this understanding is vital for the future.”

With many years of expertise working with technology solution providers, including SAP, Oracle, Advanced, MHR, NetSuite, Unit4 Business World (Agresso) and Capita IBS Integra, the team at MOORE Insight are skilled in knowing how the systems fit together and how best to configure them to achieve optimal efficiency.  

Kate Hill, the Marketing Manager at MOORE Insight said, “ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) is a journey, whether you’re contemplating starting the journey, or already on it. Ensuring it supports your business needs at the outset, and ongoing, when the scope may span Finance, Sales Ordering, Logistics, HR, CRM, Payroll Procurement and more is no easy task.  And with these systems being very much ‘mission critical’, and often high cost, getting and keeping the right fit to your organisational requirements is paramount for success. In this webinar, MOORE Insight’s experts Peter Morley and Brian Mahon will be joined by David Brook, Managing Director of Turnstone Services will provide you with independent guidance on optimising your ERP systems from a data-driven and requirements point of view, whatever stage you’re at in the journey.”

The three experts will be covering a variety of topics including: 

  • Tips on how to Optimise your ERP System(s)
  • Understand what checks you should be doing regularly
  • Why it is important to have an independent system review / health-check to see where efficiencies and cost savings can be made
  • Common mistakes when sourcing an ERP
  • Key ERP cost drivers 

The video series, which will be in 4 parts is called “What Makes MOORE Insight more?” where the company have been working with a local video production team, Fluid HD. The focus being on how the company, which started in London back in April 1991, grew with key clients in the centre of government, including the House of Commons, NS&I, HM Treasury (where Peter and the team designed COINS, the government expenditure system that is incorporated in OSCAR today) and local government bodies including Sheffield City Council and how they continue to deliver excellence to clients.

Register for the expert webinar here

To sign up to the webinar, click the link to Eventbrite: To optimise your ERP or buy a new one? Buying guide & key factors (Pt1) Tickets, Wed, May 12, 2021 at 5:30 PM | Eventbrite

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