Select an ERP Implementation Partner

Unlock the potential of your ERP portfolio by choosing the right implementation partner.

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Failure to engage the right implementation partner can result in:

  • Critical knowledge gaps
  • Poor organizational change management
  • A project that goes over budget and/or schedule

Finding the right implementation partner can result in:

  • An engaged organization
  • Quantifiable delivery of value to the organization
  • On-time and on-budget delivery of the ERP

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Module 1: Identify Organizational Strategic Needs

The Purpose

  • Review the critical success factors that are of strategic importance. Evaluating the gaps in your organization's capabilities enables you to choose a partner that can properly support you in your project.

Key Benefits Achieved

  • ERP strategy model defined
  • Strategic needs identified

Activities: Outputs:
1.1 Review the business context.
  • ERP strategy model
1.2 Build your ERP strategy model.
  • ERP strategy model
1.3 Assess your strategic needs.
  • Strategic needs analysis

Module 2: Review Your Tactical, Commodity, and Operational Needs

The Purpose

  • Review the critical success factors that are of tactical, commodity, and operational importance. Evaluating the gaps in your organization's capabilities enables you to choose a partner that can properly support you in your project.

Key Benefits Achieved

  • Tactical, commodity, and operational needs identified

Activities: Outputs:
2.1 Assess your tactical needs.
  • Tactical needs analysis
2.2 Assess your commodity needs.
  • Commodity needs analysis
2.3 Assess your operational needs.
  • Operational needs analysis

Module 3: Build Your RFx

The Purpose

  • Review your RFx and build an initial list of vendor/implementors to reach out to. Finally, build your evaluation checklist to rate the incoming responses.

Key Benefits Achieved

  • Draft RFI or RFP
  • Target vendor list

Activities: Outputs:
3.1 Decide on an RFI or RFP.
  • Draft RFI or RFP
3.2 Complete the RFx with the needs analysis.
  • Draft RFI or RFP
3.3 Build a list of targeted vendors
  • Target vendor list

Module 4: Evaluate Vendors

The Purpose

  • Build a scoring template for use in vendor evaluation to ensure consistent comparison criteria are used.

Key Benefits Achieved

  • A consistent and efficient evaluation process

Activities: Outputs:
4.1 Assign weightings to the evaluation criteria.
  • Completed partner evaluation tool
4.2 Run a vendor evaluation simulation to validate the process.
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