Welcome back!

In my almost 30 years in information technology, I sure have seen and done a lot of things that seemed like a good idea at the moment. Hindsight, always being 20/20, however, draws a slightly different picture regarding the quality of my ideas. Which is why my book:“How Not To Do Things” is so much thicker and heavier than the one titled: “How To Do Things The Right Way”. Luckily, I never had to go far to find the person responsible for the ideas that didn’t go over very well. Mistakes are a great teacher – albeit expensive and annoying at times.

This incarnation of “wbITConsulting” (aka: “wbitc” or “Wolfgang Bregulla IT Consulting”) is the foundation, or starting point, for a complete new business vision that I am pursuing. Combining what I have learned – especially about myself – over the course of the past 30 years in general and especially over the course of the past 16 months during this global (Covid-19) pandemic. I know where I have been, I know where I was (when this pandemic started) and I know at least where I thought I was heading – both personally and professionally. However, it was only through the pandemic situation, it’s influence on my personal life, on day to day business and it’s effects on clients and business partners, that I really starting thinking things over and asking myself: “am I where I want to be?”, “am I doing what I really want to to be doing?” and “am I going in the right direction?”.

In short: wbITConsulting is the answer to all those questions. Getting back to doing what I absolutely love doing: ERP (Enterprise Resource Planing) and CRM (Customer Relationship Management) consulting. Helping our business partners move forward, increase efficiency, improve digitalization efforts and helping them to avoid many of the mistakes I have seen (and gone through myself).

In “Part 2”, I will introduce my business concept, talk a little bit about why ERP/CRM consultancy is important and how I (we) can help your company and/or organization.

Thank you for your time and, as always: have a great day.

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