We ensure a successful ERP implementation by focusing on your business benefits, scope, time constraints, budget, quality, and any risks to which you may be exposed.
More about Implementations
Based on our many years of experience in implementing ERP systems, we have been using Accelerate solutions for various sectors and industries over the past several years. These Accelerate solutions include, among other things, industry templates containing predefined business processes such as Order to Cash and Procure to Pay, along with standard documents, reports, training materials, conversion tools, etc., all based on your industry’s best business practices.
ERP, WMS and CRM projects are characterized by their complex nature, changes in the business, the impact of human factors, and restrictions in terms of time and budget. In order to effectively manage these aspects during an implementation process, Cadran works with highly skilled project managers who have acquired extensive experience serving both domestic and international customers at wholesale and manufacturing companies. Using their IPMA and PRINCE2 background and sophisticated tools to monitor progress within the project and identify risk at an early stage, they ensure the successful delivery of your project.
Methodology & Tools
Our methodology features a clear timescale, specific products, and a clear division of duties. This approach is supported by our toolset, which means that up-to-date, transparent details on the costs, scope, risks and progress of the project are available at any time. This process is supervised by experienced project managers who are trained in the principles of IPMA and Prince2. We employ the following tools in our projects:
- Cadran Time Entry: an in-house-developed project management tool which gives you the most up-to-date details on the progress, capacity, costs and scope of the project.
- JIRA: a sophisticated tool designed to manage and communicate any issues and risks related to the project.
- Confluence: a collaborative platform used for project documentation purposes.
In any project, change is the only constant, and since we are aware that change can potentially meet with resistance, it is essential to integrate Change Management into the project strategy. Effective Change Management ensures close involvement on the part of your organization’s management, which is vital to implementing the changes within your organization. This involvement by the management is also essential when monitoring the scope and approving any changes in this scope.