All posts by Bob Gleisner

Bob Gleisner
Bob is a Director of Professional Services for LANSA in the Amercias. Bob Gleisner has over 25 years’ experience managing application development and implementation projects at dozens of companies worldwide, including Morton Salt, Kawasaki, DEMCO, Inc., Motta International, Carlisle Foodservice Products and TimeMed Labeling. His work with IBM midrange enterprise resource planning (ERP) packages – BPCS, JD Edwards, MAC-PAC, HFA (Herb Friedman & Associates), PRMS, etc. – has built his reputation as a an expert in building and developing the teams that manage an organization’s critical business systems. Bob has an MBA in Technology and Innovation Management from the Stuart school of Business at Illinois Institute of Technology. He’s a frequent speaker at various industry events including COMMON and has authored numerous articles.

Workflow Solutions: Key Considerations for Transforming Inefficient Business Processes

Workflow applications enable users to actively participate and manage business processes across any or all areas of an enterprise. For example, a manager’s daily role may involve hiring decisions, PO approvals or expense reviews. Each approval may be linked to a myriad of systems within the enterprise. A workflow application would provide the manager with … Continue reading “Workflow Solutions: Key Considerations for Transforming Inefficient Business Processes”

Empowering your Enterprise Systems Management Team to be Innovative and Best-in-Class

Your organization has systems helping manage enterprise-critical activities and information – and your team is the key to keeping these systems vital. Sustaining the rapid pace of business and technology is crucial to your company’s success. Let’s look at how you can make change happen and build knowledge within your team, empowering them to take … Continue reading “Empowering your Enterprise Systems Management Team to be Innovative and Best-in-Class”

Implementing New Systems – Get Involved and Stay Involved

In most decisions involving your business you carefully scrutinize all of the important aspects. You review the business justification, the costs, the return on investment and the plan for implementation. Then, as the activity moves forward, you have your staff involved to monitor activities, track costs, provide information, ask questions and generally gain knowledge that will be … Continue reading “Implementing New Systems – Get Involved and Stay Involved”

Executive Dashboards – It’s Not Technical, It’s About the Business

If you were asked to describe an executive dashboard, your thoughts might include words like: colorful, graphical, charts, and panels. Generally, these descriptions are correct. However, all of these “flashy” attributes accomplished with the latest technology are not what make a dashboard successful. A dashboard is a tool for presenting business intelligence clearly and concisely … Continue reading “Executive Dashboards – It’s Not Technical, It’s About the Business”