Most ERP failures are rooted in poorly executed implementation methods, whether that be ill-prepared data migration plans, no defined success criteria, a lack of overall preparation, or any combination of these factors. ERP implementation failures, consequently, force businesses to accrue significant losses in time and money, which ultimately puts the business at greater risk. As a result, business leaders find themselves screaming into the void for guidance on managing these common pitfalls, and all too often, their pleas are met with confusing ERP jargon and finger-pointing. In this episode of the ERP Advisor, Shawn Windle addresses the common culprits of failed ERP implementations while uncovering the best practices to ensure businesses achieve real value with their new ERPs.
During this seminar, we will cover:
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Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit
Field of Study:
Computer Software and Applications
Prerequisites: No prerequisites required
Who should attend: Anyone welcome
Advanced preparation: None required
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
Fee to attend: No fee
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