The solution roadmap is a document or set of documents that reflects business objectives for the implementation, critical solution criteria, critical differentiating requirements and metrics we're trying to optimize for improvement, delivery sequencing, and relative timeline - in one centralized place.
The implementation team is most often made up of 3 distinct types of roles: Leadership, Business Process Owners and Subject Matter Experts. The project sponsor is typically a chief executive officer, chief financial officer or ...
In Part 1 and Part 2 of this series, I discussed defining and understanding objectives. The next step is reviewing the business needs. This involves getting together with the stakeholders, business process owners and subject matter experts to gain an understanding of critical things needed to ensure operations are running smoothly.
In my previous blog I explained the reasons why business leaders ought to consider implementing a more advanced enterprise resource planning solution. Now, let's get into the nitty-gritty of how the implementation process should run.
ERP technology has evolved significantly in the past decade. Thanks to innovation across a range of accounting and planning solutions, as well as the continuous improvements taking place in the data management arena..