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An approach for conducting enterprise resource planning assessment

Ubiquity, Volume 2008 Issue January | BY Sanjay Kumar Pal , Anindya Jyoti Pal 


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The failure to plan will lead to results that fall short of expectations. The same thing can be said of companies and their search for a new Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. All companies undertake the search for a new system because they believe there is an opportunity to improve the organization, either by improving the revenue, decreasing costs or both.

But far too often, companies undertake this effort without having a plan on how to select a new ERP system. They fall victim selecting the product with the best sales presentation or the best cost proposal. There is not quantitative evidence that this new system will actually achieve the goals of improving the revenue or decreasing the cost.

So put an evaluation plan in place. No two plans will be the same but all should have the same basic concepts.

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