All too many companies invest in ERP systems, implement them, and do not achieve all the business benefits they looked for.
Sometimes, the new business management solution never quite fits the way people and processes work, and occasionally, it is so flawed that companies start over. If you are anticipating an ERP implementation in 2014, it is only reasonable that the potential risks and their mitigation will be top-of-mind. However, there’s good news, too. If you follow a few basic, proven guidelines, the probability of a successful result is actually quite high.
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