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The need for new business management software, like ERP and CRM, is usually first recognized by the finance and line of business managers. You see the inefficiencies first hand – employees tracking information in spreadsheets, time lost searching for information and reports that don’t answer the right questions. But convincing the boss to invest the time and money in a new system can be challenging.
When business processes or system limitations are starting to impact the success of the business, it’s time to build the case for ERP. As a strategic investment for the business, a systematic approach will help everyone map out how ERP will improve business operations.
There are three primary issues to address in building the business case, Including:
The success of your organization may depend on the business case you build for ERP. While management may think that the current systems are good enough, as a hands-on manager, you see the real world. Help your upper management see the importance with a well-researched business case.
Let’s build the case together. If you need help convincing your boss that an ERP system will provide the foundation that your business needs, let’s talk.
Published on 5th November 2013 by Jeanne DeWitt.