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ERP Implementation

10 Common ERP Mistakes And How To Avoid Making Them

White Paper: HSO

The commitment of an integrated ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) solution can inspire any business owner to approve a costly, time-consuming planning and execution process.  However, not all ERP implementations are successful; many end in frustration, failure and wasted resources. To prevent a disaster with your ERP implementation, arm yourself with the right resources to avoid such failure. This whitepaper highlights the 10 common ERP implementation mistakes made by organizations and advises on how to overcome the challenges and complexities of ERP deployment. Some of the most commonly cited ERP implementation mistakes and their fixes appear below: Be realistic in your ERP project planning Compliance issues relevant to your business while choosing an ERP solution Roll out pilot programmes for each ongoing phase of an ERP implementation Choose the right ERP vendor Thus it will help your company make the right decision on choosing your ERP software provider and business software solutions partner, and what to expect from them.

Which ERP Architecture Best Handles Business Change?

White Paper: Eval-Source

Service businesses need enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions that minimize the costs and disruptions of change, but most ERPs accommodate technology change more readily than business change. Announcements of most ERP vendors are focused on supporting new mobile device options, cloud architectures, overall technology platform and software interoperability. These newer functionalities are often add-ons that enhance a dated architecture or address a technology stack that was not built with business change in mind. Service businesses need enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions that minimize the costs and disruptions of change, but most ERPs accommodate technology change more readily than business change. Announcements of most ERP vendors are focused on supporting new mobile device options, cloud architectures, overall technology platform and software interoperability. These newer functionalities are often add-ons that enhance a dated architecture or address a technology stack that was not built with business change in mind

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