Our founder, Christian McClellan, has enjoyed an extensive 20 year career as an independent consulting ERP Project Manager. He and his team provide world-class project management and auditing for large ERP implementations.
Christian McClellan is a top-tier Senior Project and Program Manager with 20 years of experience on large, complex projects, with C-level reporting. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) platform implementations that he has managed include Oracle R11/R12, PeopleSoft 9.0, MS Dynamics AX 2012 R1/R3, MS D365 FO/CE/CRM and NetSuite Cloud. He has full project life cycle experience from vendor selection and requirements gathering, to project closure utilizing strict methodologies pursuant to AIM, PMI and SureStep.
Christian is the author of the new book, PROJECT MANAGER: What You Need To Successfully Implement Your ERP Project.
Christian has extensive experience in finance processes, accounting fundamentals, cash and banking, eBanking interfaces, financial reporting (Cognos, Hyperion), and chart of accounts, SCM, Manufacturing, MTO/CTO, CPQ sales process, retail, distribution, project accounting, loan servicing, etc.
He also has international experience in VAT, HR, legal entity creation and asset valuation. He has nearly two decades of successful senior project management, highlighting 36 full cycle ERP implementations, and various ERP project rescues and project audit.
Projects Christian has managed include global ERP rollouts, distributed applications, project assessments, corporate acquisitions, corporate consolidation, corporate divestitures, RMO planning and manufacturing.
- Select your Project Manager at the very beginning of the process;
- Let your Project Manager develop a highly detailed Project Plan and budget that realistically considers all of your project’s needs and changes that must occur in your business to accommodate the new operating system, employing accepted project methodologies and protocols;
- Involve your Project Manager in the selection of the appropriate software package and systems integrator or vendor; and
- Allow your Project Manager to coordinate all of the actions of your own team with the team of your systems integrator.