Signs of inefficiency

Are your ERP capabilities undermining your business objectives?
  • ERP is considered primarily from a functional or business unit perspective, rather than an enterprise point of view.
  • Decision making related to ERP is driven more often by a software vendor’s strategy or an application’s constraints, rather than by business objectives.
  • High levels of customization and complexity are inhibiting efficiency, limiting growth, increasing risks, and obscuring visibility into measures and results.
  • Senior business leaders defer ERP strategy, including its contribution to business value, principally to the CIO.
  • ERP project objectives and benchmarks are limited to specific business units or functions, instead of encompassing all the strategic benefits ERP can deliver.