Priority ERP Success Factors: What You Need

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Today, we’ll tackle priority ERP success factors. In other words, you’ll learn the checklist to boost your success chances. These steps should come after asking yourself these 4 crucial questions.

But, what are these success factors? Why are they so important?

Let’s find out.

What are priority ERP success factors?

Priority success factors are vital for any ERP project. Thus, they’re the first preparations before installation.

Foregoing them does more than delay your returns. It can derail the entire project. So, most companies that neglect these guidelines fail.

To summarize, priority success factors dictate most of your success chances.

Which priority ERP success factors should you consider?

For this section, we’ll go to The Real Facts about ERP Implementation. This survey compiles the most relevant success factors in ERP.

We’ll compile the essential takeaways below.

An effective change culture

As we’ve already covered, change culture and management are critical. It allows your users and staff to embrace ERP effectively. So, your first step should be to nurture a change culture. Of course, this should occur even without ERP.

Top management support

Then, change management is as important as the culture. That’s why successful projects see constant support. That’s particularly true when it comes from the higher-ups and stakeholders.

Proper business process reengineering

Naturally, BPR is a need (and consequence) of any ERP project. It’s also easy to see why. After all, ERP is a game-changer in many ways. Yet, improper BPR can also act against your ERP project.

Project planning

Finally, we must talk about project planning. ERP and project management can be synonyms. But, bad planning can kill your investment before installation begins. So, make sure you have a detailed plan before, during, and after the project.

How can you ensure these priority ERP success factors?

Of course, many of these factors are inherent in a company. In many cases, we’ve helped clients change their firms’ culture just for ERP.

So, the best approach is to compare your company with these guidelines. From there, you can create a plan that covers everything.

Now, we know how complicated it can be. That’s why we offer free consultations for new clients.

Answer all your questions today!

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