Business Management Software and Technology Consultant: V.P., Eleanor Mullaney
Why Leaders of Manufacturing and Wholesale Distribution Enterprises Enjoy Working With Eleanor Mullaney
If you are searching for a SAP ERP Software Consultant, you’ve found the right team. When considering implementing a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) system of integrated modules (financial accounting, customer relationship management (CRM), inventory management, material requirement planning (MRP), warehouse management, fixed assets, and more) business leaders want to connect with a highly-skilled salesperson that can easily guide them along the business management software purchase and implementation journey. One of Cornerstone’s full-time SAP ERP Software Consultants, Eleanor Mullaney, places great value in developing and maintaining strong business connections. Eleanor understands the critical importance of understanding each client’s current environment and capabilities. For that reason, Eleanor places great importance on listening intently to enterprise leaders when they describe their business management software and resource planning needs. She really enjoys helping business leaders evaluate the fastest-selling ERP system on the market, SAP Business One ERP, to make sure that the software will be the right fit for their organizations. Call Cornerstone to speak with SAP software consultant, Eleanor Mullaney.
When leaders of manufacturing, wholesale distribution, online retail and professional services companies make the wise decision to implement SAP Business One as their enterprise solution, Eleanor takes great care to ensure the implementation of the new business software is seamless. Her goal is to make the transition from your old enterprise software to the new Business One ERP system as comfortable as possible. Eleanor works diligently with Cornerstone’s implementation and training teams to make sure that your new SAP software is: meeting the unique needs of your business, automating and streamlining processes, and helping your operations run better than ever.
Eleanor Mullaney began working for Cornerstone Consulting Inc. in 2001, as a Marketing Director. At that time, Cornerstone did not have a team of marketing professionals on staff. So, Eleanor planned, organized, coordinated, and oversaw all marketing and advertising campaigns, promotional activities, community development initiatives as well as assets and collateral. She communicated effective marketing messaging in various media formats. Understanding that software and technology trends rapidly changed, she made maintaining a current, working knowledge of the various industry associations, trade groups, and media outlets a top priority.
As “the Internet of Things (IoT)” evolved, Eleanor defined key marketing metrics for inbound marketing, search engine optimization (SEO), website content, social media activities, product penetration and enhancing customer satisfaction. Eleanor wrote content for the: corporate websites, company newsletter, press releases, and (eventually) Cornerstone’s company blog. She was an early adopter of social media and created company profiles to engage the community. Even though she was a “one woman operation”, the website content management and social media work she performed not only brought in more local Tampa Bay ERP software business, but attracted leads from all over the United States.
Utilizing creativity to achieve goals has always been part of Eleanor Mullaney‘s nature. As a child, her leadership skills, commitment to teamwork, and zeal to help others was evident in her involvement in numerous activities. During her youth, Eleanor sang in district choirs, played classical music for piano recitals, and even served as the lead conductor for an orchestra when she was only in sixth grade. In addition to participating in school plays and musical productions like Free to Be, In seventh grade, when she made the Varsity teams for field hockey and lacrosse, it was evident that she was a natural athlete. She played on many teams including: basketball, softball, swimming, and also won many awards as a gymnast. As her Uncle, Joe Mullaney, was a famous college and NBA coach, Eleanor had the privilege of attending many phenomenal basketball games. She spent many summer days water skiing, and racing her hobie cat catamaran on Damariscotta Lake, in Maine. During the winter months, Eleanor enjoyed snow skiing in the Poconos, PA, Lake Placid, NY, and at many other ski resorts on the East Coast. In addition to being creative and athletic, she was involved in student government, tutored children, and organized a variety community service groups throughout her young adulthood. She even founded an outreach program for kids while at Moore College.
When Elle’s not applying her leadership skills to help executives streamline their operations, she celebrates the artistic side of her life. As a trained classical pianist, singer, dancer (i.e. salsa, west coast swing and cha-cha), commissioned portrait artist, improv comedy group member and writer, she has an absolute blast sharing creative endeavors with others in the community. It is interesting to note that Eleanor Mullaney’s Dad’s Grandmother was a Cassidy. Some of Eleanor’s famous cousins are Jack, David and Shaun Cassidy. Eleanor jokes that her love of the theater “runs in the family”. Recently, Elle was cast in the role of Tanna, for the stage adaptation of the movie, Plan 9 From Outer Space. She was also offered a role in a local production of Miracle on 34th Street.
From classical to hip-hop, Eleanor loves all kinds of music. Interestingly, if you ask her what her favorite rock band is, she’ll tell you that it is Boston. She has the greatest respect for Tom Scholz (and his wife, Kim), Gary Pihl, Tracy Ferrie, Curly Smith, and the rest of the band not only for the fabulous music they share with all of us, but also how much good they do in the world.
Elle believes strongly in helping others and giving back to the community. She gives 10 % of her salary to worthy causes. Eleanor devotes a lot of her personal time to raising awareness, generating support, and participating in events that raise money for many worthy causes. Recently, Eleanor raised funds for breast cancer awareness and research by participating in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Treasure Chests 5k. She has also raised funds, volunteered, and attended the Florida Suncoast Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
Eleanor’s creativity is also evident in her amazing success as a SAP ERP Software Consultant. Early in her career, Eleanor won the first award SAP gave for writing the best client success story. In 2010, she enjoyed being interviewed about SAP Business One and SAP Business One for the Web, Social and SEO on a popular radio show. Intelligent and artistic leaders at Cornerstone like Eleanor are highly valued business consultants. Elle uses her amazing data analysis skills and creativity to help business leaders “think outside of the box” and explore innovative solutions for streamlining their operations. Eleanor’s ability to inspire others has enabled her to genuinely connect with and help thousands of small and midsize business leaders, across a wide variety of industries. As one of Cornerstone’s top consultants, she empowers executives to take advantage of cutting edge software systems to not only streamline operations, but also quickly surpass their competitors, easily expand their businesses, and provide exceptional services to their clients.
The SAP B1 software system is designed to help you streamline operations, access the most important information about your enterprise in real-time, and help you make more informed business decisions, faster than ever before. This incredible business management software provides you with an integrated system for accounting, inventory management, CRM (i.e. customer relationship management), warehouse management, MRP (i.e. material requirements planning) and more right “out of the box”. The completely unified business software system allows you to run your entire enterprise more efficiently than ever and grow as quickly as you’d like. Creative SAP consultants like Eleanor are exactly the sort of software solution specialists that can help you reimagine your business so that you can attain the profit margins you need, and achieve your expansion goals.
- The SAP B1 enterprise software system is designed to help your entire business easily run better than ever previously imagined
- Creative SAP ERP consultants like Eleanor Mullaney enjoy making the ERP evaluation and implementation processes as simple and easy as possible
SAP Business One Software, Technical Support and Related Services Consultant
As a SAP ERP Software Consultant, Eleanor Mullaney goes out of her way to help manufacturing and wholesale distribution industry leaders understand all the ways SAP’s all-in-one solution of accounting, customer relationship management, and inventory tracking software can future-proof growing small and midsize businesses. The SAP Business One ERP software system she provides to executives is a cutting-edge and comprehensive business management solution that connects every major department of a small or midsize company. SAP B1 is one unified system that helps you easily manage your business financials, distribution, sales, customer service and much more. The unified business software system allows you to instantly track and control inventory; purchase materials; ship orders; satisfy customer demands; manage finances; and keep your team connected under a single user-friendly database. Eleanor believes in the effectiveness of SAP B1 as a business management software system. Eleanor looks forward to consulting with business owners regarding using SAP Business One to achieve greater success and expansion. So you don’t have to wait around for your corporate success — call us today.
The Beginnings Of ERP And How It Has Evolved
The Year 2000 problem (also known as the Y2K problem, the Millennium bug, the Y2K bug, or simply Y2K) was a problem for both digital (computer-related) and non-digital documentation and data storage situations which resulted from the practice of abbreviating a four-digit year to two digits.
In 1997, The British Standards Institute (BSI) developed a standard (DISC PD2000-1) which identified two major problems that existed in many computer programs.
First, the practice of representing the year with two digits becomes problematic with logical error(s) arising upon “rollover” from x99 to x00. This has caused some date-related processing to operate incorrectly for dates and times on and after 1 January 2000, and on other critical dates which were billed “event horizons”. Without corrective action, long-working systems would break down when the “…97, 98, 99, 00…” ascending numbering assumption suddenly became invalid.
Secondly, some programmers had misunderstood the rule that although years that are evenly divisible by 100 are not leap years, if they are divisible by 400 then they are. Thus the year 2000 was a leap year.
Companies and organizations worldwide checked, fixed, and upgraded their computer systems. That led to scrutiny and rearrangement of ERP systems. Information Technology (IT) companies experienced rapid growth in the 1990s because the year 2000 problem and introduction of the Euro disrupted legacy systems. Many companies took this opportunity to replace legacy systems with ERP. The rapid growth IT companies experienced from ERP implementations was followed by a slump in sales after these issues had been addressed.
ERP systems initially focused on automating back office functions that did not directly affect customers and the general public. Front office functions such as customer relationship management (CRM) dealt directly with customers, or e-business systems such as e-commerce, e-government, e-telecom, and e-finance, or supplier relationship management (SRM) became integrated later, when the Internet simplified communicating with external parties.
“ERP II” was coined in the early 2000s. It describes web-based software that allows both employees and partners (such as suppliers and customers) real-time access to the systems. The role of ERP II expands from the resource optimization and transaction processing of traditional ERP to leveraging the information involving those resources in the enterprise’s efforts to collaborate with other enterprises, not just to conduct e-commerce buying and selling. Compared to the first generation ERP, ERP II is said to be more flexible rather than confining the capabilities of the ERP system within the organization, it is designed to go beyond the corporate walls and interact with other systems. “Enterprise application suite” is an alternate name for such systems.
As a trusted partner of SAP since 2005, Cornerstone continues to provide SAP Business One ERP business management software and related technical services to small and midsized companies within the wholesale distribution, manufacturing, and online retail industries. The flexibility of SAP Business One (SAP B1), when combined with the customization expertise of Cornerstone Consulting, allows a company to implement a totally integrated ERP business management solution, designed to meet its specific business needs. Now, instead of your employees adapting to the software, with SAP Business One’s fully integrated accounting, customer relationship management (CRM), inventory tracking-control-management, and material requirement planning (MRP), the system can adapt to the needs of your business.
The Cornerstone Consulting staff understands that business owners do not have time to learn the intricacies of a complicated software program in order to effectively and efficiently operate their enterprises. If time is money, then wasted time is wasted money. SAP Business One has many benefits to offer including instant, “real time” access to information from finance, manufacturing, and sales departments. In addition, users of SAP Business One can make more informed decisions by generating accurate, up-to-the-minute analytics with the built-in Crystal Reports. The system also has automatic “workflow alerts” which provide users with warnings based on individualized business rules concerning data. This permits immediate action in the event of an emergency. Such an “early warning system” allows businesses to anticipate problems and concerns ahead of time, which can save both time and money. Further, the platform is designed to be a mobile ERP solution and can run on iPads and iPhones.