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Years of experience in implementing Oracle ERP projects means that you can benefit from the agile 'Quick Win' toolsets that experienced Oracle Programme practitioners use to ensure fast, cost effective implementations.
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The ERP Roadmap should be understood at two levels prior to an ERP implementation:
- Understand where the Business will be positioned at the end of the journey (in terms of the Applications to be delivered, the Modules to be used, the architecture required to sustain the new delivery mechanisms in terms of performance and capability, and the infastructure, storage etc. necessary to maintain the effort). It is likely that there will several Staged Phases over a period of time to achieve these targets in a measured, managed way, where the next Gate is proceeded to only when the previous Gate has been successfully achieved.
- At a lower level, understand where your processes are in terms of (a) where they sit on a process maturity analysis ranging from Basic (foundation) to World (or best in) Class, and (b) how they can be designed as you move from an 'As Is' current model to a 'To Be' model that is not only:
- 'best in class', in terms of process efficiency and cost to execute, and ONLY if that is deemed an achievable target (not everything has to be 'World Class' to be almost as effective!);
- will integrate into a new ERP delivery system that minimises 'point release' updates being lost when there is a systems upgrade, with low levels of customisation, interfaces and extension requirements.
I can help you understand how 'To Be' process change, as part of a wider 'Change Transition' in your Business, can be implemented in a cost efficient way, while being delivered through your new ERP system at reduced risk.