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Text Box: ERP Selection

Critical Factors that contribute to a successful implementation

 

ERP Teamwork & CompositionThe team should have a mix of consultants and internal

staff so the internal staff can develop the necessary technical skills for design  & implementation.

 

Top Management Support - Top management support is required throughout the implementation. Top management must:

ŕ Publically and explicitly identifies the project as a top priority

ŕ Be actively involved and commit adequate resources to the project

ŕ Legitimise new goals and objectives

ŕ Understanding the change management requirements within your business given the required process changes to implement the new system.

Sound Project Management - The scope of the project must be clearly defined and be limited.

ŕ Evaluate proposed changes against business benefits

ŕ Critical paths within the project must be determined  (Critical Path Analysis)

ŕ Escalation  of issues & conflicts must be managed

 

Appointment of a Project Champion -  Someone should be placed in charge and the project leader should “champion” the project throughout the enterprise.

 

Setting realistic expectations - Aligning business processes to the software capabilities is essential.

 

Sufficient End User Training - Users should be involved in the design and implementation of the business processes and the ERP system. Education should be a priority from the outset.

 

Bradgate has more than twenty years of experience implementing and supporting ERP systems which can be called upon to assist with your ERP project. Our fast-track selection tool set reduces the time required to short list potential solutions.

 

 

 

 

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ERP Selection: Critical Factors

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