Waterfall vs Agile Implementation for ERP Projects

In Part 4 of our six-part series on cloud-based ERP Projects, our specialist team of lawyers look at how to get the implementation phase right, and the difference between waterfall and agile implementation approaches. Implementation approach: getting it right first time. If you’re about to embark on implementing a cloud ERP system, you will need…

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Money doesn’t make the world go round… marketing and distribution do – Nike and New Balance clash over Liverpool FC kit deal

In the modern era, Premier League kit deals are big business. Manchester City’s 10-year deal with Puma is worth £60 million a year and even this is overshadowed by Manchester United’s deal with Adidas, which is worth an eye-watering £75m per year. Sportswear manufacturers are all too aware of the considerable value in providing kits…

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‘Stakes and Ladders’ – Government Proposals for Improved Shared Ownership Scheme

The British dream of home ownership has increasingly become something of a pipe dream for a large number of ‘millennials’. Affordability burdens and an imbalance in supply and demand are some of the factors obstructing the ability of younger adults to get a foot on the ladder or make a move towards home ownership. Amongst…

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