7 Steps to Effectively Organize an ERP Project
One of the most compelling questions faced by a manufacturing company is how to effectively organize an ERP project, and use ERP for an effective change management process. Simply put, an ERP project is a major endeavor for any company. Its first year costs will exceed 1% to 3% of annual revenues. If done properly, the project return on investment can be three to five times the costs.
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Best Practices for ERP Vendor Selection
Relying on an outdated ERP system makes it difficult to manage change, risk, and maintain competitiveness in an uncertain and volatile market. This paper proposes best practices for manufacturers to consider as they embark upon an ERP selection project. Companies are wise to identify ERP vendors that have a proven track record in their sector; that meet total cost of ownership requirements; and offer a delivery model that suits the company’s technical infrastructure.
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A Roadmap for Business Performance Improvement
ERP systems play a role in performance improvement goals, from automating record-keeping to streamlining business processes. And these improvements impact your bottom line. This white paper provides you with a roadmap for implementing process improvement programs to drive business performance improvement. Faster communications, instant access to real-time data and improved visibility are all proven to drive business performance improvement.
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Lean Six Sigma ERP and Working Together
The manufacturing industry is focused on improving business processes, eliminating waste, and reducing costs. Management teams have focused on three different tools to support their efforts: Lean, Six Sigma, and ERP. While most companies adopt only one method, we have found that companies that understand how Lean, Six Sigma, and ERP work together make improvement progress more quickly and more efficiently.
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