Beyond a Standard Implementation: 4 Key Elements of an ERP-Enabled Business Transformation

Dedham, MA (PressExposure) January 17, 2012 -- Companies with rapid, diverse growth have both wide range and need specific demands. ERP systems can not only improve operational efficiencies, but help integrate processes across a wide range of departmental functions. This article focusses on informing readers of the need, purpose, and major components of an ERP-enabled business transformation program in contrast with a conventional ERP implementation.

An ERP-enabled business transformation is a strategic business implementation that implements an ERP system to renovate a company's business processes. Through this process, it seeks to save time and money while performing critical business processes.

Whether a company is experiencing organic growth through increased volume or inorganic growth through merger, it will find itself in need of renovating its business processes. That is where ERP-Enabled Business Transformation comes in.

Bob Croce, product director of SAPexperts comments, "The key difference between ERP-Enabled Business Transformation and a conventional ERP program is that ERP-Enabled Business Transformation is focused on the company's long-term growth; something I'm sure all executives can agree is number one on the goal chart."

The article is written by Sameer Page, Program Manager. The article abstract is located at: http://sappro.com/article.cfm?id=6221

About the Author: Sameer Page has more than 15 years of experience in supply chain management and information technology, with more than ten years in SAP program management and SAP consultancy. He has extensive knowledge of the tools and methodologies associated with a global template program, with vast experience across multiple industry verticals and geographies. His major strengths are in program management. He has proven analytical, organizational, and problem-solving skills that are complemented by the ability to communicate effectively with diverse teams and key stakeholders.

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Press Release Submitted On: January 17, 2012 at 4:03 pm
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