Best Practices for Successful ERP Implementation

The role of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems in managing business processes has expanded significantly over the past decade from a focus on specific business areas to broader use throughout the company. Although IT has traditionally been responsible for implementing technology within an organization, successful ERP implementations require involvement from stakeholders at all levels.

By · October 29, 2013

The role of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems in managing business processes has expanded significantly over the past decade from a focus on specific business areas to broader use throughout the company.

Although IT has traditionally been responsible for implementing technology within an organization, successful ERP implementations require involvement from stakeholders at all levels.

This whitepaper highlights the best practices for implementing ERP systems, including:

  • Understanding business requirements
  • Early planning
  • Project management
  • A structured methodology

Download this free white paper to learn more.

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