ERP Implementation and the importance of test cycles
Implementing an ERP system? Avoid the most common mistakes
Are you considering implementing an ERP system? In this white paper we guide you through the implementation phase, from planning to production.
This is a phase of information gathering. At this stage you consider (among other important aspects) what the test methodology should be, the test period and how many test cycles are needed.
In this phase the previously developed Project Plan is put into practice. It includes software installation, configuration, training and testing of the new system.
Once the system has been accepted, this phase is characterized by the ERP’s use in the day to day activities. The problems and challenges faced during this step will be inversely proportional to the quality and comprehensiveness of the tests performed in the execution phase. In this white paper you will read how to tackle these problems and challenges.
Avoid the most common implementation mistakes
The implementation of an ERP system requires a large investment, first of all financially, but also the human capital that must be allocated during the execution of the project. Therefore, mistakes in the implementation can be very costly. Do you want to avoid these mistakes? In this whitepaper you will read about the most common pitfalls. The first three are:
- Lack of planning
- Underestimating the time and resources needed
- Not having the right people on the team from the start
Do you want to read the other pitfalls? Download this white paper and learn how to avoid these mistakes.