Your ERP Implementation Plan
An Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) project is when you integrate all your company’s core processes into a single system, finance, HR, manufacturing, supply chain, services, procurement, whatever else you need to run your business, back-end and front.
It sounds amazing, and it is when it’s done right. But large systems projects are expensive exercises. And too often the results are disappointing and rarely meet their business objectives. And then you are stuck with them: ERP systems generally have a lifetime of seven years or more.
This ERP implementation plan provides some key pointers. It can be a primer if you’re about to start, or even a useful review when you’re halfway through.
You may also be interested in our blog post Do You Actually Need an ERP Project?
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