Your implementation team commits to constant interaction between your company’s project managers, core team, and executive sponsorship.
The target is a successful ERP implementation. EstesGroup requires that someone at the helm of our client organizations dedicate him or herself to the entire scope of the project.
EstesGroup always looks at whether or not your enterprise considered future states when it contracted to implement its ERP solution in the first place.
The company that doesn’t establish and constantly reflect upon its North Star principles is much more likely to find itself wandering directionless in the hinterlands of its industry sector until, exhausted and confused, it simply collapses.
When EstesGroup is called upon to consult on failed Business Process Implementation, we typically find that key points were ignored during the client ERP implementation.
Clients contact us because their ERP system fails to meet expectations, and inefficiencies should not be the product of Business Process Reengineering.
Matt Thompson will address the inaugural meeting of the Florida Epicor Users Group (EUG) on Thursday 1/21/16. Mr. Thompson serves as Vice President of Enterprise Architecture for EstesGroup, the world's leading consultancy in Enterprise Resource Planning, and is...
Another key driver of successful implementation team coordination is our Totally Transparent Project Planning and Metrics.
Your Project Sponsor is almost always a company executive: the CEO, CFO, or President. Ideally, this person sees your ERP implementation as we see it: the best opportunity for your enterprise to retain or advance its competitive edge in your sector.
On a day-to-day level, your implementation will be led by our hand-picked Project Manager. The Project plays a very important role. He or she sets the beat to which both your implementation team and ours will march toward success.