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ERP Implementation - Methodology

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Why, when and how?

Of many reasons to implement an ERP solution, the chief reason is the need for a common IT platform. Other reasons include a desire for process improvement, data visibility, operating cost reductions, increased responsiveness to customers and improvement in strategic decision-making.

ERP is certainly action as an impetus for the replacement for a mix of aging legacy system with a common platform. This reputation of legacy system with a common platform had become imperative for a number of reasons. Mainly because mix of aging legacy systems had led to high cost support, and the firms expected business benefits such as process improvements and data visibility to result in cost reductions.

Implementation methodology

Assuming a decision on an ERP has been taken, the implementation normally consists of five stages:

    >> Design
    >> Implementation
    >> Stabilization
    >> Continuous improvement
    >> Transformation

The structured implementation programme can speed system deployment and return on investment. This can be done in the following manner:

    >> Conducting an effective gap assessment
    >> Business and technical processes
    >> Organizational measures
    >> Data conversion and data clean-up
    >> Agreeing on the implementation boundaries
    >> Project sponsorship and governance

The implementation strategy is ultimately built on a foundation of people, processes and product.