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3 ERP Implementation Mistakes and How to Avoid Them


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Taking the plunge on implementation of an upgraded ERP solution is a big step in progressing the growth of your business. If implementation happens properly, making this decision can be one of the most exciting and important projects your business undergoes. Where businesses experience fault is in the beginning of implementing their new ERP software. With some information on popular mistakes businesses make while implementing their new solutions, you can better prepare your business for what’s to come!

Mistake #1: Choosing the Wrong ERP Solution

Taking the time to thoroughly analyzing all your ERP software options before implementation is the most important step in this entire process. Often many business make the mistake of using solutions that sound familiar to them or that they know competitors are using. It is essential to develop a relationship with a salesperson that is looking out for your IT needs. By looking at companies that have succeeded in the past with ERP implementation you can gather an idea of what would work for your industry. Focusing on the areas your business is looking to improve you can help you get a better grasp of the right ERP fit for you.

Mistake #2: Not Utilizing an Implementation Partner

Having professional guidance from someone outside your business is a foundation of a successful start. The likelihood of failed implementation becomes much lower without this professional guidance. The goal of upgrading to an ERP solution is to improve operations rather than make them more complex and stagnant. By choosing a partner like Logan Consulting, implementation of a new ERP technology comes with greater ease.

Mistake #3: Lack of Communication

Another way businesses go wrong when undergoing implementation is by experiencing a lack of communication throughout the entire business. Ensuring a unified a company goal regarding processes and the future of the business is one way to get employees thinking alike. Incentivizing employees to participate in successful implementation of an ERP solution will get everyone eager to learn and growth.

Implementation is the first step to successful change within your business. By honing in on what your business needs are and choosing the right partner to guide you; avoiding these three mistakes is easy.

A partner like Logan Consulting can help you through this processes of deciding on a technology. For more information contact Logan Consulting for your free consultation now!

One Response to “3 ERP Implementation Mistakes and How to Avoid Them”

  1. Jeff Johnson says:

    Thank you for sharing those tips to avoid any problem that will cause a big problem in the future. Great thoughts!

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