Capital Edge’s ERP Implementation Services team is skilled at planning for the organizational transformation required for a successful ERP implementation beginning with developing the business case and risk assessment required for senior-level communication, authorization, and support. The business case is constructed based on benchmarked templates which are tailored to your company’s needs, current state, and future state vision.
The business case includes documentation of an implementation project governance model, resource plan, scope document detailing in and out-of-scope systems and processes, a draft schedule, a deployment roadmap, and notional system architecture. Capital Edge’s ERP Consulting Services team can also provide a risk assessment based on the current state, future state vision, and business case discovery information. This risk assessment leverages many lessons learned from scores of ERP implementations.
Once the business case is documented and senior leadership is on board with the plan, budget, and expected return on investment, our ERP implementation firm will work with functional subject matter experts in finance, accounting, procurement, human resources, information technology, contracts, project management, business development, manufacturing and other stakeholders to tailor the catalog of potential ERP system requirements to your company’s business needs. This catalog lists common requirements based on highly regulated industries like federal contractors and grant recipients.