Month: April 2017

ERP implementation: Why you need to train end users earlier

Our recent post about successful ERP implementation tactics touched on the importance of end user involvement. To avoid ERP project failure and support greater buy-in, Software Advice research associate Forrest Burnson recommended presenting the business case for selecting the new system to end users. “Management expects their employees to make a business case for any change they …

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How to stay in control: business process mapping and optimisation

We recently updated our customers section with some new case studies to showcase our portfolio of ERP deployments and consultancy. While the team was putting this material together, we realised how many of our recent projects have involved the use of business process mapping software and optimisation exercises – as well as ERP implementation. The reason …

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Why your ERP software isn’t delivering business value

ERP projects are notorious for their high failure rate. The latest edition of Panorama Consulting’s annual report revealed that the number of failed ERP implementations was up 5% on last year, with 21% of respondents describing their ERP implementation as a failure. When you look into the reasons behind these failures, the picture becomes a bit more …

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