ERP Implementation VS Rescue: How are they Different?

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We’ve helped many clients with different phases of their ERP implementation process. That includes consulting, integration, setup, support, and rescue. Naturally, some stages are more complicated than others, and one is significantly problematic.

ERP rescues are tedious, time-consuming, and costly. We need to undo several steps of the previous implementation attempt. It can offset many of the advantages of having an ERP system. That’s why we always recommend our customers to work with verified professionals.

If you want to avoid needing this investment, make sure you work with a tailored service for your needs.

Requirements

ERP implementation has different requisites from a rescue. ERP implementation deals with integrating the software into your company and nothing more. Therefore, it requires understanding the client’s needs, goals, and executing its setup.

On the other hand, rescuing an ERP project is considerably more delicate. It has all of the initial implementation’s requirements. That said, your rescue service also has to understand the previous company’s approach, where it failed, what needs undoing, and how to proceed.

Goals

Both processes are self-explanatory. ERP implementation’s objective is to implement new tech into a company, usually replacing legacy software.

Rescuing projects focuses entirely on reverting errors and continuing a previous implementation attempt. It’s virtually the same as integration after assessing and solving the failure causes.

Complexity

ERP implementation isn’t simple, but it’s significantly more straightforward than rescuing a project. Implementation services need to assess a company’s needs and, ideally, figure out the best approach to set up the system according to their goals.

We say “ideally” because not everyone does it. If you wish to work with us, we make sure to cover all your needs.

Rescuing a project is one of the most complex ERP solutions in the market, and that’s why it can be more costly than implementation. Not only does it have the same steps as implementation, but it also requires reverting and redoing many of the previous services’ approaches.

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