One of the primary things for successful implementation of an ERP is minimizing risk. Considering the complexity of the software itself and the implementation, lesser the customizations needed, lesser the errors and lesser the faulty operations, better the performance and the success ratio.
Selection of right product, specific to your industry
Finding an ERP that fits your high priority needs is the key. It’s like buying a tuxedo. It needs to be tailored specifically according to your needs to serve its purpose. Buying solely on the basis of brand name or because somebody else is using it, will not only fail to fit your needs but also lead to a complete failure of implementation.
Find an ERP system that is industry-specific, with tools and features designed to solve your business requirements.
Selection of right vendor, having knowledge of your business process:
The right vendor is the most important aspect for successful ERP implementation. Choose a vendor that who has in-depth knowledge of the system requirements and business functionalities. Instead of going for just jazzy features, you should assess a vendor in a broader sense, taking into account things like past experience, customer satisfaction, and service levels.
Product stability, in terms of how log product is flourishing in the market, version stability is most important part.
Last but not the least, product stability is the major deciding factor that makes or breaks your ERP implementation. If the ERP has shown stable competence in the market since long and has been performing well, it’s a reliable product with all the needed functionalities incorporated. Chances of the product failing or nor living up to your expectations are slim.
Pradeep Patel – Managing Director
STERP Software Pvt. Ltd.