Give your ERP implementation a strong start.
Don't settle for late, over budget, ineffective implementations that fail to revolutionize your business operations.
If you had a simple guide to walk you through your implementation, would you finally feel relieved committing to propelling your organization across the finish line with your sanity in tact? This (non technical) playbook
Simplifies your 30, 60, and 90 day implementation goals
Defines exactly what to ask of your external team, your internal team, and yourself as you navigate the ups and downs of your project
Provides instant access to my most impactful implementation oversight tools
Exposes project red flags (and we’re obviously serving instructions on how to take immediate action)
Allowing you to oversee your implementation like a pro.
(Even if you’re short on time and especially if you’re not a technical leader!)
Hi! I'm Larecha. It's so nice to meet you.
Somewhere along the way, I became an implementation enthusiast obsessed with vision led implementation excellence.
The only thing that blows my mind more than implementation failure statistics (over 50% if you're wondering) is the acceptance of this statistic. I don't accept it. I won't accept it. It gets in the way of success within the office of the CFO, and I'm determined to change that.
I spent the first 7 years of my career committed to advisory, statistics, and process excellence. I was later introduced to finance systems and fell in love. In 2016, I was introduced to Netsuite and began a career in repairing poorly implemented solutions and bringing hope and light to CFO organizations nationwide.
Leading global Oracle implementations with seasoned professionals allowed me to curate a dossier of standards, best practices, and lessons learned. Netsuite recovery, integration, and implementation projects allowed me to reimagine standard approaches.
Different is the goal. So you'll never find my insight or approaches on the internet. Not for the sake of being contrary. But for the sake of changing this widely accepted failure statistic.
My favorite part about running Yellow Bag is the opportunity to change business processes regularly, implement lessons learned from the last project, and make every project better than the previous one.
Grab the playbook and see what all the fuss is about.