Our team of independent ERP consultants regularly advises ERP project teams as they undergo ERP evaluation, selection and implementation.
Starting an ERP project? Ultra considers these projects as major transformations.
This podcast looks at the genesis of such projects – what has transpired to get an organization to the point of looking for new technology?
For most ERP project teams, starting an ERP project is a daunting task. It’s common for selection teams to get pulled into a variety of directions, often losing focus because they are responding to pressing demands and fighting for internal resources to drive effective ERP selection.
The steering committee has very important responsibilities. Hear the importance of staffing the committee with top stakeholders in the company. For an ERP scope this usually includes CEO, COO, CFO, and top VPs of engineering, marketing, sales, manufacturing or operations, quality and logistics. This committee should meet every 2 weeks as a minimum. It is usually chaired by the executive project sponsor.
The Ultra independent ERP consultant team is often asked “what’s the best team, timeline for our ERP project?”
Today’s edition of ERP Insights Podcast looks at the optimal team make-up and timeline for an effective ERP project.
Host Jeff Carr notes that in general, an ERP project will consume the better part of a year for a midsized company. It can take longer if multiple sites, countries, and companies are involved.
Hosted by Ultra Founder and CEO Jeff Carr, this edition of ERP Insights Podcast puts the focus on a common questions from teams considering modern ERP systems: “what resources are needed for this project?”
We talk to several hundred companies each year that are considering a new system. Jeff Carr shares the most effective approach.