The adaptability of ERP systems is usually a quality feature. And rightly so, because after all, the software is supposed to support each company individually. Nevertheless, the established processes are often not as efficient as they could be.Read More
Process optimization - The right time for the analysis of the processes
Process optimisation is the be-all and end-all of a successful ERP implementation. But when is the right time to examine the existing processes?Read More
ERP project and habit - adapt or adopt?
The introduction of a new ERP system offers many opportunities for a company. But often the employees and their habits stand in the way.Read More
What does that mean? – ERP for Germans: “Order-to-Cash”
Perhaps this would be an occasion to launch a new series that decodes the cryptic technical terms of the software industry. One term that has often provoked questioning looks is "order-to-chash".Read More
The big ERP project no-go's
Anyone who has been following our articles for a while will probably have heard it more than once: ERP projects are often approached with the wrong expectations.Read More
Bye ERP : when a farewell is needed
Sometimes it's the company strategy, sometimes it's growth. Sometimes it is simply time: when a new ERP solution becomes necessary.
Partings are hard. Nevertheless, from time to time we have to part with someone or something. This also applies to outdated ERP systems. True to the principle of 'never touch a running system', software solutions are often part of companies for longer than they should be. But how do you know when the last hour of your in-house ERP has come? You don't!Read More
ERP: It all depends on the processes!
He who always does what he can already do will always remain what he already is? ? Henry Ford already recognised this. Or if we are clear: 'If you digitise a shitty process, then you have a shitty digital process'. The words of the CEO of Telefónica Deutschland AG describe exactly the misconception that many companies still have and miscalculate ERP = success.Read More
Optimizing business processes in an ERP project?
Most companies interpret a new ERP system as an automatic optimisation of business processes. The disappointment when the expected effect in improved processes fails to materialise is great. However, with the right approach, it is possible to handle ERP solution and business process optimisation in one project.Read More
Process optimization in the ERP solution: Is a new system always necessary?
Especially with ERP systems that have been in use for a long time, it becomes apparent over time that some work processes still need improvement. However, a new system is not necessarily required for process optimisation. The process analysis can be done independently of the ERP system anyway. The challenge lies - as so often - in the implementation. The data structures in particular play a major role in process optimisation - and they are, after all, the heart of every ERP system. But how can these be changed and improved in such a way that the necessary process optimisation can be implemented?Read More
Successful through the ERP project: process analysis
Process analysis is and remains one of the most important components of a successful ERP implementation. Most companies shy away from this demanding task and prefer to call in a consultant. However, you can also tackle process optimisation yourself with your employees!Read More