Are you in the middle of a Dynamics AX / Dynamics 365 initiative and deep down you know something is wrong? Join us for a webinar on April 10th and turn your project around before it’s too late!
Top Signs Your Dynamics ERP / CRM Implementation is at Risk
April 10, 2018
12:00pm – 1:00pm EST.
Your upgrade or implementation project has risk lurking at every turn:
The list goes on. It’s no wonder why Gartner has found that between 55% – 75% of ERP initiatives fail to meet their objectives.
Save your seat now and join us for this session as we discuss signs that your project is at risk – and what to do when your project is not delivering the value and results you anticipated.
No one goes into a project (especially not a software implementation) with the intent to fail. Along the way, people unwittingly make mistakes. Depending on the size of the mistake, one or two errors during the implementation process might not have such an effect. It’s when there are a series of gaffes that the implementation goes awry. Read on to learn what mistakes can doom an ERP implementation to failure.
Raise your hand if this scenario sounds familiar: you’ve just completed an ERP implementation, but you’re not seeing the results you want at all. The solution doesn’t interact well with your legacy software, and user buy-in is almost nonexistent. What do you do?
How is your ERP implementation going? If the answer isn’t, “Smoothly, thanks,” then you’ve got a problem.
In some cases, the signs are very subtle, and it might be difficult to judge whether you need an ERP expert to help you. However, in other cases, there are bright red flags. Read on to learn what situations warrant bringing in an ERP consultant to save your implementation.
Sad to say, but there is plenty to talk about when it comes to rescuing ERP implementations gone bad. According to industry statistics, ERP implementations bog down all too often. In fact, it’s so bad that some ERP systems never go into production, a huge waste of resources. Why do companies find themselves in need of a rescue, and what can they do about it?