The ERP Implementation methodology is all about how an organization goes about planning and directing the deployment of an ERP application. Implementation strategies address mapping the company’s business processes to a system in an organized and defined manner.
As the technologies keeps on changing in a fast-paced era methods to implement ERP also keeps on changing. In this blog, we will discuss about the latest methods companies use for ERP implementation.
- Project planning
If a particular ERP system has to be chosen, a rough plan of procedure is already in place. Now, it has to be refined and worked out in detail: data budgets, project team consumption, task packages and responsibilities are best written down.
- Process analysis
In the next step, business processes will be analysed, and the collaborative ERP project’s target will be defined. After the analysis the process are translated into the standard of selective ERP system
In this step vendor begins with the installation of test environment on the server and the implementation of the individual subsection. Data is prepared for migration, forms and interfaces are customized, software extensions are programmed and users and roles are setup.
Before going live, extensive testing is performed. The data of real companies is imported into the test environment, and all relevant business processes and functions are simulated.
- Go LIVE
The implementation team support the end-user in the use of new system. The implementation team provides real time support. The vendor consultants are also on-site during the first month to support the quick resolution of new problems as they arise.