“Mr. Potato Head Meets New Markets in the Wake of Hasbro’s SAP Upgrade”

insiderPROFILES magazine announces that a new article, “Mr. Potato Head Meets New Markets in the Wake of Hasbro’s SAP Upgrade” by David Hannon, is available in its January-March 2012 issue.

Online PR News – 29-March-2012 – Dedham, MA – When Hasbro’s “big-bang” implementation approach in the 1990s created differing business processes across the company’s 27 different markets, management quickly realized that a more centralized, shared-services business model would be necessary to continue to expand into new regions of the world. Thus, the business-driven, IT-supported Way to Work initiative was created, which included a major SAP upgrade. This article discusses Hasbro’s success with the project.

“Mr. Potato Head Meets New Markets in the Wake of Hasbro’s SAP Upgrade” by David Hannon is now available at http://insiderprofiles.wispubs.com/article.aspx?iArticleId=6267. The article can also be found on page 12 of the January-March 2012 issue of insiderPROFILES, both in print and via the insiderPROFILES mobile app for Apple and Android platforms.

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