Implementing ERP is a most critical part of project. From concerns about cost and demonstrating ROI, to practical considerations about who will manage the process at your company, ERP implementation efforts involve obligation and commitments by all users and support by business leaders to guarantee success.

It is a fact that ERP deployment is a major task, but the process doesn't have to be painful. With proper planning and execution, implementing an ERP system should be a smooth process and quickly improve efficiency across your business.

Tasks that should be considered on any ERP implementation:

  • Process Definition and Workflow
  • Who is PMO (Project Management Officer) Identifying a dedicated project officer
  • Communications policies
  • Tailor Training Materials
  • Customization Requirements
  • Fit-Gap Analysis
  • System Validation
  • Compliance and/or Internal Controls
  • Go-Live Checklist
  • Testing – Software and Integration
  • Core Team Training
  • End-User Training
  • Forms Definition and Reports
  • Data Migration Planning and Execution
  • Technical Solution Architecture
  • Post Go-Live Audit
  • Help Desk and Support
  • Global and/or Localization
  • Requirements and Validation

Before starting deployment, make sure that your company has the staff resources in place to see the project through to completion. This may seem like an obvious point, but many companies begin deployment without resourcing it sufficiently, subsequently in exhausted, hopeless employees and more hassle in implementation plus delay in ROI.

At the end main key in ERP implementation is to set accurate exceptions, and giving enough timing to staff on adoption, these will start the project in right track and maintain it in same track throughout the process, ERP ROI results will be in long run and will be more effective as times goes on.

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