To respond to market pressures, organizations must constantly enhance the way they operate. ERP vendors do the same. In response to changing client needs, they offer significant upgrades, acquire new solutions, retire existing ones, change licensing and maintenance fees, and introduce new deployment and support models.
So when you’re making changes in your organization and need your ERP system to support them, you also have to think about the evolution in ERP solutions and delivery methods available. With so many variables, it’s hard to evaluate the situation, but you can depend on us for help with due diligence and filtering through the noise.
ERP Dirty Dozen
12 signs your business needs to replace its ERP system
Assessment Thought Leadership
The high cost of legacy ERP systemsMany organizations have come to realize that while ERP software doesn’t appear to generate direct revenue, it can significantly impact financial performance.
How does the evolving K-12 ERP marketplace impact your district?In today's quickly evolving administrative system marketplace, options for new features and functionalities abound. Is your existing ERP system delivering all it can? Here are 5 ways to tell.
Evaluating your ERP investment: 10 reasons why it may be time to reevaluateHave you been wondering if you should reevaluate your current ERP system? Listen to our podcast to hear a few reasons why you should consider it.
Best-in-class approaches to ERP strategy and performanceA new ERP system can help you compete in the global economy and respond more quickly to trends in the business environment.
Key considerations for conducting an ERP needs assessmentAre you unsure if you need a new ERP system? Our podcast will walk you through what you should know before entering into an assessment process.
Public enterprise resource planning whitepaperERP successes are significant, real, and even calculable.
Our clients say
Plante Moran really listened to what folks were saying about their jobs and their concerns. The candid feedback that they were able to entice out of what I know to be a tough audience was amazing. They offered an environment where the employees felt comfortable being honest. I also value that I can call up our engagement partner with questions outside of scope, and they are always very helpful and generous. I have a lot of respect for the whole team and the wisdom they have about the industry.
When conducting an assessment, we inventory your distinct needs and objectives and determine where you’re getting the most out of your current system and whether replacing your system is necessary and justifiable. Using information from the ERP assessment, we'll help you build a business case to determine what alternatives are available to satisfy your short- and long-term needs.
We use a proven methodology derived from years of experience selecting, implementing, and assessing dozens of ERP systems. We'll focus on the needs of your industry and your unique situation.