Managing Cost-effective ERP transformations
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems can span a huge range of business operations through finance, people, project, asset and supply chain management. Supply chain in particular, is on many change agendas at the moment, with the drive to improve speed, quality and reliability across all aspects of product design, sourcing, manufacturing and distribution. This is especially the case as organisations strive to increase their resilience to the many external factors impacting the global economy. Successful organisations will ensure there are multiple solutions to avoid any single points of failure.
Many existing ERP platforms are coming to end-of-life and falling out of support in the near future, and many organisations are looking at their options. However, given the scope and complexity, replacing or transforming your ERP landscape can be a very expensive undertaking, and one that is very difficult to find the funding and support for.