Learn how to: As Select the best ERP software for your organization As Choose the most effective wrap around software to enhance the performance of an existing ERP system As Align software selection with business goals and objectives As Budget for the software and the hidden costs involved in its implementation At times a daring, maddening, and even frightening process, finding and implementing a suitable software package is never an easy task. The cost of the software package is often a fraction of the overall expense. Unless carefully selected, a major software package implementation can consume a considerable amount of your organization's time and energy. An ill-informed purchase can cost your organization it's customers, dollars, and reputation. Maximizing Business Performance through Software Packages: Best Practices for Justification, Selection, and Implementation explores the business challenges involved in justifying, selecting, and implementing software packages. It contains practical advice and insights on how to select qgood fittingq software packages, how to justify them in terms of their ability to enable business process change or improvement, and most importantly, how to implement them successfully. Selecting and implementing enterprise architecture technology software solutions involves a large expenditure across all the resources of an organization. The process has become increasingly complex as business functions have become increasingly integrated. Maximizing Business Performance through Software Packages: Best Practices for Justification, Selection, and Implementation provides a definitive source that will help you select the solutions that best fit your business needs.This is a relatively generic or conceptual guide to configuring and testing software package functionality. It may vary by software package, ... Again, I make use of a document template to develop such user roles. This user role template is a partanbsp;...
|Title||:||Maximizing Business Performance through Software Packages|
|Author||:||Robert W. Starinsky|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2002-11-25|