ERP Implementation is complex
Implementing a new or upgraded ERP into your growing business, is complex and time-consuming.
It involves organisation-wide effort to move from existing systems and process, to new.
System & vendor selection
Consideration must first be given to the selection of the software and integration partners, leading to agreeing commercial terms with suppliers.
Integration & customisation
Integrations to 3rd party apps, websites, and customisations will require development.
Processes will be redesigned. New options for technical infrastructure will be considered and implemented.
Testing & training
Testing & training are critical to the project. Preparation and planning to ensure the system, training resources and people are ready is a major challenge.
Implementing or upgrading an ERP system is a good opportunity to create lasting business change within an organisation.
ERP is transformational
The main goal is productivity and to reduce the daily operational costs of growing organisations by integrating processes and resource data into a single software application. Implemented correctly, ERP systems should also contribute to top line revenue growth.
through integration of your data, processes and reporting, you will have insights that enhance decision making and reveal ways to improve operational performance.
connecting data and processes brings the visibility that enables your team to take action quickly and deliver greater value.
automation of order-to-cash processes and integration of order fulfilment, through collaboration between marketing, sales, and order taking teams. Business Intelligence reveals unique connections between data sets and the ability to effectively locate and target growth opportunities.
building in the ability to scale up and down as needed, and adapt processes flexibly - you can respond to market changes and operational disruption.
SouthwestCIO can help you
As fractional ERP Project Management specialists, we can help you.