Upgrading your CTRM is a natural next step for business users, yet many teams evaluating this move are hesitant due to the potential for business disruption, cost overruns and new demands being placed on their in-house staff. These are real concerns, but there is a better way.
In this pre-recorded 30-minute educational event, we invited special guest Manish “Manny” Neupane, Director, ETRM Applications with Capital Power Corporation to share his learnings around his efforts to build a business case, get it funded and streamline implementation. Value Creed’s Jason Parks, Senior Consultant and Principal CTRM Consultant, who has lead over half-a-dozen upgrades, also shares his best practices for overcoming common challenges and alleviating the risk of project mayhem.
When you can, take a few moments and explore these key points:
#1. There’s not enough room in the budget to justify CTRM Horizon 145
#2. The risk of disruption to daily, business-critical functions is too great
#3. Upgrades come with a lot of uncertainty; therefore remediation and UAT testing can be extensive
#4. It would cause too much strain on our in-house staff to manage testing and remediation the right way
#5. After go-live, if application support is needed, there’s no resource that’s accessible on-demand