Why Choose MorInteresting, Inc?
Overview of the Integration Challenges facing SAP customers
There is a fundamental flaw in many SAP integration implementations. There is a lot of work to be done, which can be difficult to scope, and the companies hired are motivated to use as many people as possible to implement your solution. These companies offer cheap offshore resources, but bypass opportunities to automate work, which would reduce the amount of hours and provide better precision on the result. Testing can also be difficult, pulling business critical resources away from their day-to-day activities so they can support the project effort. The implementation focus is getting live, instead of getting a viable, easy to support solution.
When you create an RFP, how do you know you have captured the entire scope of work? Do you review your old implementation notes and technical design documents? How do you track changes since the implementation? Properly scoping is essential to successful delivery and bidding. Instead of having people ask for proposals, bid, and then lock down the scope, we are able to (via automation) interrogate your environment as one of the first steps, which means our bids are going to be more accurate both in time, cost, and level of effort. In many cases, especially with PI/PO and PO to CPI migrations, we are able to fix bid our solutions with a high degree of confidence.
We want to sell solutions, not resources. We have done implementations all over the world, and have access to the same cheap labor as everyone else, however take pride in our ability to provide 1 talented resource who can get the job done instead of 10 cheap resources. We also feel that our method of automating documentation, testing, analysis more allows our resources to get more done in a shorter timeframe, at a transparent cost to the customer.
Some companies oversell their ability to leverage artifacts from other projects, but the reality is this often just results in reusing templates and project management tools. Even the resources you get are the people they have available or can find instead of known experts. Our approach is tactical. We utilize a small group of "special forces" resources, who know each other have a depth of experience both in consulting and product development, are good communicators and team players, and we bring the tools to automate the busy work, so you are using them for what is needed. We have developed custom products to address unique customer integration challenges, tools to accelerate implementations and analysis, and methodologies that integrate with Scrum and other customer project management styles for optimal transparency and traceability. We have been doing implementations and interface support remotely for over a decade, and have mature processes and tools in place to facilitate communication and effective work in a remote environment.
“Alice: Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?
The Cheshire Cat: That depends a good deal on where you want to get to.
Alice: I don't much care where.
The Cheshire Cat: Then it doesn't much matter which way you go.
Alice: ...So long as I get somewhere.
The Cheshire Cat: Oh, you're sure to do that, if only you walk long enough.”
― Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland
Our focus isn't on billable resources, or implementations, but the end result, which is a quality, supportable integration environment. By having a true destination in mind, tools to accelerate our pace, and awesome resources to keep us moving fast and on track, we feel we are highly competitive in this space, and look forward to an opportunity to show you what a difference we can make.