- flexibility and speed in decision-making by the customer;
- prepared and clean data for migration to the system;
- a certain circle of persons on the side of the customer, interested in the project;
- It is determined who will make strategic decisions and be responsible for current organizational issues (project curator, as well as the manager or responsible person on behalf of the customer);
- the functional areas that will be involved in the project process are outlined;
- consultants in functional areas are assigned.
- determine the need and purpose of ERP implementation;
- identify the customer and owner of business processes;
- create the best project team;
- design the architecture of the future ERP;
- synchronize all business processes of the company with ERP;
- develop a detailed roadmap for the implementation of each business process with clear deadlines;
- strictly follow the implementation algorithm: analysis and approval of the business process → IT development and testing → training employees to use the system → implementation and launch;
- don’t forget about KPIs for implementation team members and rewards.
- commitment and interest of top management in changes;
- choosing the right business model;
- building the right organizational structure;
- process standardization;
- migration of historical data;
- personnel training;
- permanent consulting support;
- implementation assistance.
- all critical processes are implemented in ERP;
- data is updated in real time;
- management uses ERP and receives from it a significant part of the information for decision-making;
- there are people who understand how everything works;
- there is sufficient documentation to train new staff;
- it’s not super-confusing and doesn’t complicate processes;
- there is support and a development plan.