Many of the project teams we work with seek an ERP implementation best practices guide. That’s because now more than ever, it’s critical to have knowledge of the best practices and best enterprise technologies available on the market today.
Having this information will improve the outcome of your ERP implementation project.
Because hundreds of manufacturing and distribution enterprises have looked to Ultra meant for up-to-date expert guidance, this blog assembles an ERP realization Best Practices Guide.
The following five areas below link to various resources and articles that give you further details on best practices in ERP implementation.
First things first as you embark on an ERP project, the first resource from your ERP implementation best practices guide is to identify and select independent guidance and experience. At this juncture, it’s important to understand how a software implementation retailer differs from an independent consultant. The primary mission of the software implementation vendor is to configure the software and reach the go-live status. The goal of the independent consulting institute is to focus on business process transformation and industry best practices.
Our second resource from your ERP implementation best practices guide involves choosing the right ERP implementation methodology for your company. Recently, we’re seeing two different implementation methodologies: the traditional method and the turnkey method. Best practices require that you fully understand your chosen methodology. The usual method involves the ERP implementation team working with the vendor consultant to plan, educate the team, design/configure and set up the system and new business processes, conduct conference room pilots leading to a go-live, plan the cutover route and support the go-live.