4 steps to ensure your new Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) project goes smoothly

11. 07. 17 Marcus Kelly

Be Flexible

ERP Systems are not a small investment and often a solution needs to be tailored to specific business requirements. By having some leeway in your project budget, you avoid having nasty surprises throw your implementation off course.


ERP projects can have many moving parts. By developing a list of priority tasks, everyone will know their roles and speed bumps will be less likely to occur.


It is important to inform all employees at every level of the organisation, about the changes that are going to occur. By being transparent and keeping everyone updated, the transition from old to new will go as smoothly as possible.

Include a Soft Launch

This involves implementing your new ERP Software, with the ability to make further changes if required. This will work out any kinks in the new system before it is released into a production environment.

Enterprise Resource Planning projects are often considered challenging. We specialise in the delivery of customised, automated business systems that streamline processes, increase financial control, support change and drive measurable growth.

Learn how to procure the ability to manage and achieve these operational goals in further detail here.

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