Red Flags in ERP Implementation Process and How to Fix Them?

Challenges in ERP Implementation process are quite normal. Though Implementing an ERP System is not completely a technical job, a lot of planning and proper communication is too much essential to implement an ERP Software across any organization. Below are the common Red Flags in ERP Implementation and How to fix them.

Red Flags in ERP Implementation Process and How to Fix Them?

Red Flags in ERP Implementation Process and How to Fix Them?


1.Failure to follow schedule: The implementation that your business chooses to work with doesn’t matter, there should be a set schedule in terms of when the implementation process should begin and end. You must watch over your schedule and make sure that the process moves along at a swimming pace is important. If a process takes longer, then you may find yourself going over budget – which can also be a cause for concern.

How to avoid it? The best way to avoid not sticking to an implementation schedule is to identify sources of delays and work to eliminate them.

2.Lack of Communication: As we know communication is a two-way street. Consistent communication during the implementation process is a necessity. When it comes to implementation, you should be able to reach out to and hear from your vendor through email and phone calls. Depending on the process of your vendors there should be regularly scheduled meetings to take implementation update.  

3.Frequent Budget Changes: A major red flag is when your business finds itself tampering with budget. If the amount that you are willing to pay is increasing continuously, then it may be the time to take a step back and reevaluate the process.

How to avoid it? Best ways to solve any budget issues is to have a proper plan ahead of time and also have a discussion with vendor about prices. That will give you a good idea of how much your business will have to pay out to vendor.

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Author: Pooja Suhag 04th Apr 2019
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