Ask anyone who has implemented a new ERP system or migrated from an old one to a new one – the difference between good and great (and success and failure) is the team you choose to implement the system.
Implementation is generally perceived as a complicated and time-consuming process; however we believe that a well planned and well managed implementation will result in success. Often a failed implementation is not because the implemented system does not meet your requirements, but rather an unforeseen fact that the new system actually plays an important role in changing your corporate culture. We consider implementation of a new system as an opportunity to reevaluate and enhance existing business processes by utilizing the tools that are provided by the new system. Teaming up with key managers and employees to identify the critical processes that need to be either enhanced or created allow us to have full involvement and commitment from your staff, so during implementation cycle we encourage key users to contribute and provide us with continuous feedback. At the end the more successful implementation project is the more successful your organization will be.
“The management team was sitting around about a week after our implementation, and we felt at that time that we were basically equal to our legacy system— after one week.”
CFO, PSS Companies