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Tuesday, July 24, 2018

The third rule of an ERP software project: Devote enough time and resources

Adequate time and resources (people and financial) are essential to an ERP project.

Let's begin with the people. While it would be great if your employees could successfully complete ERP selection and implementation project tasks on top of their regular workload, it isn't realistic (in most cases). In the selection stages, auditing your processes, researching systems, contacting vendors and viewing product demos can take up a lot of time. Andlet's face it, too heavy of a workload leads to missed deadlines, which leads to extending go-live dates, which leads to increased costs, which leads to unhappy management and potential ERP project failure. 

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Friday, July 20, 2018

Second rule of an ERP software search: If you don't know about ERP, find someone who does

If you've been tasked with researching ERP for your company, hopefully you know a little about it. If you don't, just seeing the results of a simple ERP web search can even be overwhelming. An ERP system will impact your entire organization, so if you don't know ERP, your best bet is to find someone who does to help you out

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Tuesday, July 17, 2018

The first rule of beginning an ERP software search: Audit your current processes and practices

Before you start looking for a new ERP system, it's important to truly understand your business. Getting a new system and automating the same old inefficient processes and practices won't serve you well, so getting to know what works, what doesn't and where to improve is crucial.

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