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Work with cross-functional teams in the implementation of moderate to large scale business system enhancements coordinating evaluation testing and change management processes end-to-end while using solid project management skills documenting requirements, establishing scope and objectives and determining strategy for implementing systems that achieve business goals.
Benefits of the Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Kanban
- How does the implementation of ERP systems have an impact your organizations ability to provide an adequate system of internal control?
- Does your organization have a preference for the Financials/HRIS system to be installed on servers in your organizations own data center, or provided as a Cloud based application?
- Do all solutions have real time integration with your ERP systems data and business rules or are there intermediate tables that must be populated in the automation solution?
- What features and functions do you need from a new ERP solution that will help increase users productivity and provide access to the business data users most need?
- What actions is your organization currently taking or planning to take to improve the use of data and analytics to support business decision making?
- How well does the solution translate the thousands of data points you will be collecting into meaningful data that you can use for business decisions?
- Which other systems will have to integrate or interface with the ERP system, and will your organization provide incumbent vendors for each system?
- How do you connect your organization with an enterprise wide Enterprise Resource Planning system with a supplier that manages business on a spreadsheet?
- What guidance will be provided to ensure that departments have developed an overall, high level system architecture that clearly defines specific development projects that provide interim functionality?
- Does your organization have change management or continuous improvement resources that will be available to support the implementation of this project and long term on going support?
The Art of Service has identified and prioritized 2167 Enterprise Resource Planning Systems critical capabilities and use cases to assess and use. Leaders can select those results that best align with their business needs before implementing a solution.
The Art of Service's Critical Capabilities evaluates and prioritizes hundreds of results to help with the outcome selection process.
This Critical Capabilities Kanban will enable leaders to shortlist hundreds of appropriate results fast, because they are uniquely ready-to-use prioritized, starting with the 'Must Have' category; the most urgent and critical priorities.
This Kanban will help you plan and manage your Enterprise Resource Planning Systems roadmap.
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As seen in the Kanban above, the complete 2167 Enterprise Resource Planning Systems critical capabilities and use cases, their prioritization, workflows, tagging and questions.
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Also included is the Enterprise Resource Planning Systems critical capabilities Book in PDF format covering all the criteria including ideas for (potential) roles to assign the criteria to. Table of contents:
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