Denise Ganly covers life cycle challenges for postmodern ERP and how these challenges are being met globally, as well as by the Asia/Pacific region and the BRIC economies. Specifically, she looks at issues surrounding strategy, business cases, benefits realization, selection and organizational change management challenges facing organizations with postmodern ERP applications. Ms. Ganly's research, combined with extensive practical experience across the entire application life cycle, allows her to provide both strategic and tactical guidance on the issues and challenges encountered.
CxOs, application managers, EAs
Immediately prior to joining Gartner, Ms. Ganly worked as a director with an international firm of management consultants. Her clients have included major manufacturers, global conglomerates, oil and gas companies, utilities, mining organizations, and numerous government departments.
Ms. Ganly enjoys being able to provide organizations with practical advice on their business issues and enterprise applications that results in better processes, better productivity, better profitability and a better working environment. Her role as an analyst enables her to help guide organizations along the often torturous path of business application ownership. This flows all the way from strategy, to justification, to selection and through implementation to realization.
Building and Expanding a Digital Business (retired)
Digital Disruption and Innovation (retired)
B.A., Psychology and Sociology, Ohio University
1Postmodern ERP and enterprise application strategies
2Business case development and benefits realization
3AI and application intersect
4Organizational change management
5Application and SI selection