Maximizing opportunities for ERP success requires careful planning, an engaged team of executives acting on behalf of a committed administration, and a thorough understanding as to the risks involved and strategies to address them.
Were it just about selecting a robust software platform, public ERPs would be straightforward and predictable. But while software drives the engine of an ERP system, its success depends more on people and processes than technology — that is, people willing to adapt their processes to align with the changes that accompany every new ERP software solution.
Join Scott Eiler, Partner, as he discusses:
- The current state of ERPs in the Public Sector
- So why go through an ERP replacement project?
- ERP Tools and technologies
- Pitfalls and best practices by ERP phase