The Path to a Successful Cloud ERP Implementation
Implementing a new cloud ERP system is a far-reaching, organization-defining event that transforms your current processes into (what should be) best-in-class solutions.
However, no single implementation is like another, and each comes with its own set of challenges. They are a marathon that involve many moving parts, people, and variables—and things can go awry along the way. This is not meant to scare, but to prepare. There are a few common pitfalls we’ve seen across all of our implementations, and the more you can get ahead of these and prepare, the better off your organization will be if/when they do occur.
In this eBook, we examine the five most common pitfalls of cloud ERP implementations, and the best strategy for dealing with each.
- Personnel Bandwidth Restrictions
- Scope Creep
- Insufficient Training
- Lack of User Acceptance Training
- Data Reconciliation
Things will inevitably always hit a rocking point—that’s the case with any large project or technology implementation, but the best organizations (and partners) are those that are able to ride the wave and take a proactive approach to planning for these potential pitfalls.