The increasing digitization of business operations is leading them to rethink their historical systems and processes in depth and to equip themselves with new tools. In this context, before opting for a particular type of technology, professionals must ask themselves the right questions and build an industrial and scalable system that will serve as a basis for carrying out their operations. The ERP then occupies a central place and plays a backbone role for the IS. With these elements in mind, it is essential not to be mistaken in the choice of your ERP and to make the right decisions.
Map out your needs and your organization
A first essential task before selecting one ERP over another is to take stock of the operation of your company, its organization, its data and the way it intends to manage its processes. This starting point will make it possible to have a clear vision of the existing situation, the gaps that will have to be filled and the changes that will be necessary over time. So be careful not to rush headlong into your project and to carry out this first step meticulously.
Speak with business managers
An ERP must be a facilitator for all business lines (commerce, finance, HR, logistics, etc.). Indeed, used daily by employees, it must meet the specific needs of each and take into account the expectations of operational teams. Indeed, a successful ERP project is above all linked to the concrete contributions that it will offer to the teams: fluidity in the processing of operations, gains in productivity and quality, etc. We must therefore take care to take this point into consideration and to involve the business teams from the start.
Choose the right technology
Once the cartography and business aspects have been carried out, it will then be necessary, from the reading grid constructed, to select the technology and therefore the ERP best suited to its expectations. Many aspects will have to be taken into consideration: features offered, existing pre-configurations, opening of the solution to third-party applications, simplicity of implementation and evolution, choice of On Premise or Cloud technology. Again, a careful evaluation, but this time from a technological point of view, is necessary. An outside perspective from a digital transformation specialist can also be useful.
Support and training
Finally comes the deployment of the chosen solution. At this stage, support will ensure that the solution is deployed, configured and implemented according to the rules of the art. But that’s not all, it will also be an opportunity to transfer skills to the teams in charge of operating the platform, but also to end users. It will then be possible to ensure that all employees will benefit from the contributions of the new management system deployed.
Jonathan NICOLAS Delivery Operations Manager at b.workshop
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