By John MartinIt’s been an odd couple of months for me, and not just because of my own financial struggles.
For the past six months, I’ve been working for a small consultancy, ERP consultancy, on a client-facing, mobile-based business.
ERP is a software framework for managing patient data.
It has a robust interface for data access, but it’s not perfect.
My company had been running a very small business with just a couple of customers, and I didn’t have a huge amount of experience with ERP.
I knew how to use it, but I didn.
I had no clue what I was doing, and no idea how it would translate into a profitable business.
My initial goal was to build out an online ERP solution for a business that was growing, and that was also experiencing some financial difficulty.
It was an ideal project.
There were two main issues that kept me going, both of which I’ve resolved.
The first was that the ERP framework was too big for my team.
I needed to build it to be as small as possible, but still provide an excellent user experience.
In my case, it was the only solution.
The second was that I didn