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ERP infographic: Pain points and their ease of implementation

Take a tour of various hurdles that IT professionals must face when implementing enterprise resource planning projects with this ERP infographic.

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Enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is often the backbone of a business. Without the value it provides, some businesses simply would not function properly. While ERP software in the past has typically referred to applications that managed a manufacturing warehouse floor, the definition has expanded broadly to now include financial, customer relationship management (CRM), business analytics and even social applications.

This ERP infographic explores the many pain points and hurdles that IT professionals must handle when implementing a new ERP package or upgrading their existing one.

ERP infographic on various ERP implementation pain points, including customization, integration and mobile functionality.

This was last published in December 2013

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What has been the biggest pain of your ERP project?
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fluctuating resource commitment due to lack of aligned understanding about the investment vs. strategic business outcome the ERP will yield. in short, a lack of READy-AIM-FIRE.....too often it is FIRE, AIM, READY(too late).
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One of the biggest pains I've observed is that the ERP simply doesn't have the functionality that the differing groups need. 

Engineering wants function A, R&D wants function B, and ops needs function C. Finding an ERP that combines all the functionality into a seamless unit is difficult indeed.

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