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5 Steps to Justifying Your Investment in ERP

December 21, 2015 @ 1:00 pm CDT - 2:00 pm CDT

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5 Steps to Justifying Your Investment in ERP
Monday, December 21, 2015 at 1:00PM CST

Join Ultra Consultants on Monday, December 21 at 1PM CST for a one-hour webinar on how manufacturing and distribution companies can drive an effective justification process for your ERP project.

When looking for a new ERP system, your organization must begin this journey by making a business case for ERP. This involves numerous steps, including determining an expected return on investment, anticipating total costs, and fully documenting the business case for investing in a new or upgraded system.

Key Benefits

Ultra Consultants will demonstrate the five critical steps that need to be executed in order to justify one of the most complex and resource-intensive initiatives your company will face:

  • Assess your internal environment
  • Fully document your current state
  • Clearly map your future state
  • Get a handle on total costs of upgrade or new ERP
  • Accurately calculate ROI

Justifying the investment you will make in ERP involves much more than just the cost of the system. The case you make for allocating resources to your ERP project – funds, time, personnel, and equipment, to name a few – has much to do with the overall effectiveness and success of your project. Manufacturing and distribution companies considering investing in a new ERP solution can’t afford to miss this complementary webinar.

Register Now

Reserve your spot now to learn about the 5 areas that should be covered when justifying an ERP project.


Please email Analiese Trimber at atrimber@ultraconsultants.com for more information.

Presented by:

Dennis Gilhooley

Dennis vSm copyHosted by Ultra’s Senior Manager Dennis Gilhooley, the focus is on the five steps to justifying an ERP project. Dennis has over 15 years of experience in business process improvement, management consulting, ERP implementation, lean manufacturing, project management, portfolio management, sales management, education and technology training, and supply chain management. Dennis has a BBA in Marketing from Loyola University, Chicago and a M.Ed. (Computer Science) from DePaul University. He is APICS – CSCP certified, PMI – PMP certified and an IBM trained Lean Six Sigma Black Belt.