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Blog5 key steps for a successful ERP implementation

03/03/2017 - Noor Shaikh

Each company has specific business challenges and to overcome these challenges, they must find an ERP solution and partner with a vendor who has the expertise to understand the industry requirements and implement an optimized solution that meets the objectives set by the company.  After choosing your preferred vendor, follow the steps below to ensure seamless implementation that will save you time and resources.   1. Project Planning Set objectives that clearly define the scope of implementation. These objectives will be done by conducting an in-depth analysis of current business practices and areas that require improvements. ERP systems are massive so it’s important to define timelines, assign responsibilities to each project...

6 reasons why new ERP software is a difficult decision

24/02/2017 - Philip van Kemenade

The choice for a new ERP system is not easy. As a company, you rarely make a choice with a bigger impact on the organization. Each system has its advantages and disadvantages and the decision you take can have major consequences for the future of the organization. These are six of the most common...

The 5 benefits of scrum development

17/02/2017 - Thijs Hensbroek

Scrum is an effective and flexible method for developing software in a team. Together with a multidisciplinary team you work in short "sprints"  of two or three weeks on the development of a specific piece of software. From idea or concept to a fully developed solution including documentation. This...

Tips for creating work instructions for ERP software

10/02/2017 - Peter Gerhardt

An ERP implementation requires a lot from key users. Competences such as flexibility, thinking constructively, acting in the interest of the entire organization, a positive attitude and the willingness to implement changes are asked, if not demanded, from the key user. But the key user also needs to...

The 4 crucial aspects of an ERP project

03/02/2017 - Alex Bouwmeester

Everyone knows the frightening stories about ERP implementations that terribly failed. Projects that last forever, go way over budget and/or never lead to the desired end result. Project management is for a big part about managing expectations. There are so many factors influencing the success of an...

Why you should integrate ERP and CRM

27/01/2017 - Daan Schuitmaker

The requirements of organizations regarding an ERP system can be totally different from the requirements to a CRM application. The systems are used for completely different purposes and often by different users within the organization as well. This results in ERP and CRM being two separate systems, each with their own vision, functionalities, setup, technology, etc. And that is not a good idea! My advice is to put ERP and CRM in just one application or, if that is really not possible to achieve, create a decent interface between the two. The benefits of ERP and CRM in one One system means one implementation, maintenance/enhancement just once and support for only one system. And that means lower costs and a more agile organization...


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