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The Zero-Failure ERP Implementation Strategy

Posted: 2020-02-06 Edited: 2020-04-15

Top-notch Enterprises and governments also adopt this stragegy.

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The no-failure ERP implementation strategy

Knowning the real reason for the failure of ERP projects and High-Risk ERP Implementation Strategy, enterprises and governments are now one step away from ERP implementations with zero failure. That is: avoding repeating the same mistake others made.

This article reveals zero-failure ERP implementation strategy.

Zero-Failure ERP Software Selection Model

The zero-failure ERP software selection steps are as follows:

  1. Select the ERP software that meets the most traits as described in article Top-Notch ERP.
  2. All the IT personnel of the enterprise and the end-user representatives substantially verify the ERP software.
The adoption of this revolutionary selection strategy will definitely choose top-notch ERP, and turn the resistance of various departments to help, making the ERP project invincible.

The Zero-Failure ERP Implementation Strategy

After top-notch ERP is selected, implement the project. The implementation process overturns the outdated high-risk strategy and adopts the zero-failure strategy - all ERP project tasks are delivered to the enterprise's IT staff and even end users to execute and complete.

The two important tasks of zero-failure ERP implementation are as follows:

The specific steps are as follows:

  1. The enterprise hires one consultant for a short time to train IT staff on site.

    This consultant is responsible for training enterprise IT staff and completing the training in a short time.

    The training goal is: to enable the enterprise IT staff to develop information application software that meets the needs of their business on top of the ERP platform, that is, the enterprise IT staff tailors the information application software system that is 100% in line with their business processes.

    Why hire only one consultant, not a hundred-member consultants team? The answer is: One consultant is enough.

    Large consultants army is useless. The reason is simple - In order to reduce consultant fees, corporate IT staff will participate in every training course offered by one consultant, rather than repeating the same training multiple times. In other words, each enterprise IT staff can only be trained by one consultant at a time. Therefore, companies need to hire only one consultant.

    Why is it short term? Exactly how short is it? The answer is: The time required for training depends on the professionalism of the enterprise IT staff. For most large companies that already have IT departments, training can be completed in less than a week.

    During the training process, the enterprise IT staff will simultaneously evaluate the compatibility of the top-notch ERP platform, decide whether or not to continue the ERP project and whether or not to purchase the ERP platform. If enterprise IT staff makes a negative decision, the project ends immediately at this stage.

  2. The enterprise IT staff customizes application software.

    At this stage, the enterprise IT staff begins to add or modify the information application software system that meets the needs of the enterprise on the top-notch ERP platform. At the same time, end-user representatives should thoroughly try out the information application software system. End-user representatives in each department as well as IT staff thoroughly evaluates the compatibility of the top-notch ERP platform, decide whether or not to continue the ERP project and whether or not to purchase the ERP platform. If enterprise IT staff or end-user representatives makes a negative decision, the project ends immediately at this stage.

  3. Enterprise IT personnel complete the customization of application system.

    After entering this stage, enterprise IT staff has decided to continue the project. The enterprise has full power to decide how much human resources to invest in, and the speed of, the new application system development.

    IT personnel complete the development of new application system at this stage, and thoroughly test the new application system with end-user representatives.

  4. Enterprise IT staff launches new application system.

    After entering this stage, enterprise IT staff has completed the development of the new system. The enterprise arranges the time to launch the new system by itself, and schedules the time to decommission the old system.

  5. Enterprise purchase top-notch ERP platform.

    After bringing the new system live, the enterprise can buy this top-notch ERP platform with full confidence. The project is completed.

Risk Analysis Of Zero-Failure ERP Implementation Strategy

The zero-failure ERP implementation strategy eliminates all various risks that may occur with outdated high-risk implementation strategy:

Conclusion

Zero-failure ERP software selection strategy is the first step to the succesful zero-failure ERP implementation strategy:
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zero-failure ERP implementation strategy is the successful start for enterprises.

Zero failure ERP implementation strategy has the following noble spirit and unparalleled advantages:
Stakeholders place the interests of enterprises, schools or government agencies first.
They place the interests of individuals and external organizations last.
Enterprises have full control over ERP projects.
Enterprises are not under the control of outside organizations and their wealth is not plundered.
Stop the abuse from happening.
Enterprises adopt collective participation policy and scientifically select ERP software.
Payment is made only after implementation successfully completes.
Enterprises can retreat at any time without loss.

Zero-failure ERP implementation strategy does not have any risk of failure.

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