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Define Your ERP Strategy

At SC&H Group, our Technology Advisory Practice understands the complex nature of effectively utilizing ERP systems, implementations of new ERP systems, and more, which is why we’ve compiled numerous resources that will hopefully serve as an educational guide to what may seem like a daunting, yet essential, undertaking.

How Has the Role of ERP Changed?

The way we operate as a business, and the technology we use, is constantly evolving to meet the changing needs of a modern organization. Due to cloud ERP solutions organizations are able to take the core role in a system and integrate with applications focused on providing specialization to execute particular functions. As a result, ERP has moved from a system that you operate your business around, to now be a platform that you design for your business.

Signs It’s Time to Upgrade Your ERP Solution

Is your legacy ERP system inflexible and difficult to integrate with other key business applications? When your current system begins to negatively impact your ability to do business in an efficient manner, it’s time to consider a modern, cloud-based ERP system.

How to Select the Right ERP System

Implementing an ERP solution doesn’t happen overnight. Proper planning and design are vital to a successful ERP implementation. From an effective change management strategy to system and partner selection, there’s a lot that goes into an implementation — knowing where to start puts you on the right track.

What Does an Effective ERP System Look Like?

The goal of an ERP system is to optimize how a business operates and improve process efficiencies. When implemented properly, and regularly optimized, an ERP system becomes a strategic asset for any organization and enables short and long-term operational goals to be met with greater ease.

Steps for a Successful ERP Implementation

An ERP system is a major proposition for any organization. In addition to the monetary investment and maintenance, there are also costs in terms of dedicated resources and time. A new solution is not deployed overnight therefore it is important to research and understand the process before getting started to undergo a successful implementation.

Key Reasons ERP Implementations Fail

ERP implementations span an entire organization therefore they often stall or fail to address the original desired outcomes. Understanding common reasons some organizations fall short of success is a crucial component of ensuring your own implementation navigates the process successfully, and without complications.

Guide to ERP Planning

The way we operate as a business, and the technology we use, is constantly evolving to meet the changing needs of a modern organization. Efficiency and ease of access to vital information has become one of the most essential pieces of a high-performing organization. With the rapid development of the Cloud Era, ERP systems are becoming the application of choice for organizations determined to operate in a flexible, adaptable, and cost-effective model.

While an updated ERP solution can provide an organization with an untold number of benefits and improvements, putting the right system in place and implementing it across all levels of a business is far from simple. In tandem with selecting the right implementation partner to lead your business through this period of transformation, internal support and leadership buy-in are the most crucial factors for securing a successful implementation.

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ERP systems manage processes that span multiple departments (accounting, purchasing, inventory, sales, production, etc.), and if set up properly, does so under a single, user-friendly and intuitive system — backed by the incisive power of the cloud.

A cloud-based ERP system is not just a technology solution either — it’s a full-scope, business operations system that can improve every facet of an organization. An intelligent system like this has the potential to control the daily operations of a company and address its ability to meet short and long-term business goals.

It’s important that both your implementation partner and your organization work together to set a clear vision and create appropriate goals to meet the present and future requirements of your business.