Another Lesson Learned the Hard Way
Collaborating to complete a Benchmarking World Class Systems seminar
During collaborations to complete a Benchmarking World Class Systems seminar, Al Enzweiler used the name of a CFO who participated in the seminar and got answer to questions and sage advice from one of Enzweiler’s Senior System Architects on how clients were;
- Consistently make contributions to hitting top line targets on Income Statements using; Targets Systems, synchronized databases, databases, ERP Systems, and other systems used to update databases
- Realizing productivity gains publishing financial statements required to pass an audit by a CPA firm using ERP Systems as an integral part of State-of-the-Art Financial Systems
And decided to the initial member of a client’s Architecture Team.
The next week a seminar participant hired an initial member of a client’s Architecture Team. After learning that lesson the hard way, Al Enzweiler decided it was his clients’ best interest to stop publishing their names.
Evaluating consulting firms proposing to start the next client’s engagement by completing an Initial Investigation phase in less than an hour and before consulting fees are incurred
Deciding not to publish the names of Enzweiler’s clients was an easy decision for Al Enzweiler to make.
He knew initial member(s) of the next client’s Architecture Team could decide if it is in their enterprise’s best interest to collaborate with one of Enzweiler’s Senior System Architects to complete an Initial Investigation phase, by reading a proposal published on the Internet at Enzweiler.com.