Why would anyone wait until their system crashes before addressing pressing problems? Why would a company ignore multiple databases busting at the seams or poor customer service due to inefficient processes? Well, perhaps it’s just natural to deny business pain as long as possible. With good ERP
1 – Eliminate Information Silos – Establish one system of truth—one view of your projects and value chain from start to finish. Creating a single view of your critical information as it applies to each project, resource, partner, and customer ensures that better decisions are made each step of the way.
2 – Enable Standardized Processes – First, lose the separate systems. Then enable self-service processes within one foundational integrated system that allows you to track and access all information, activities,
3 – Empower Team Collaboration – Use role- and web-based collaboration and communication portals to help employees gain direct access to the information and resources they need to do their jobs more efficiently. Make it easy to collaborate, share documents, access project timelines, and contribute project milestone updates.
A good ERP system does much more than financial management. It gives you the visibility and flexibility you need to calmly adjust to business conditions rather than go into panic mode when a system crashes or processes become too cumbersome. Read Full Article:
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