What is the one thing you need to do before you submit your RFP for an ERP system? Some people might say, “Finding a person to write the RFP,” or “Setting a deadline for when it has to be completed.” Those things are important, but they can be figured out along the way. When it comes to writing an RFP for an ERP system, there’s one thing that’s absolutely crucial: setting internal requirements for what you want and need out of an ERP system.
Read on to learn why setting internal requirements is so vital, and why you can’t submit an RFP without this step.
To ensure that Life Sciences companies record and store the information required by most regulatory bodies, an ERP system must have certain specific functionality. When evaluating ERP systems, it is important to delve deeply into the capabilities in specific areas to ensure that the supplied features are robust enough to support industry requirements.
During this blog series, we are going to cover 10 Requirements Life Sciences need addressed by their industry specific ERP systems. This article discusses the first two: traceability and as built / as maintained configuration records.