ERP Integration

'ERP' stands for Enterprise Resource Planning which is embarked in the 1960's and is originated from 'MRP' ie. Material Requirement Planning. The purpose of ERP is to give a complete business solution by integrating all business process in a single solution so to simplify the complexities and to achieve the business objectives within the organization. It can be referred to as ultimate software which easily controls the cost and manages the projected plans of a business. But, integrating various ERP in one organization is like “Buying a...

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How to Rescue From Your Failed ERP Implementation

We can’t deny the fact that ERP Implementation does fail in certain situations. In fact, more of the statistical figures depicts that chances of ERP success are less than ERP failures. There can be 'n' number of reasons which can lead to the failure of ERP. In spite of companies focusing more on investing ERP, it is unable to give the satisfying rate of return. Considering preventative measures is undoubtedly the finest way to fend off failures. However even with the prevention, ERP instances may fail periodically, so it is import...

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Common Mistakes while Implementing ERP System

Implementation of an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system is a long and expensive process. The phases of implementation, typically from “IT Infrastructure evaluation” to "go-live" can be among the most stressful periods of the project. While applying ERP there can be an infinite number of mistakes which can lead to failure of ERP implementation. A successful ERP implementation depends upon the quality of communication between you and your ERP Partner. In ERP Implementation, months of hard work are put to the ultimate test-pr...

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5 Problems in the ERP Selection Process and Ways of Avoiding Them

With innumerable ERP solutions available in the market, selecting the right one for your organization can be a daunting task. According to a study, 73% of all manufacturers are dissatisfied with their present ERP systems. Making use of a clearly defined process of selection and learning from the mistakes of others can improve your chances of success.

Key steps in ERP selectionHere’s a list of 5 common steps of ERP selection:• Outline your critical product requirements • Make a focused list of solutions• Anal...

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