Why ERP Systems Fail to Perform
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Once you have invested in an ERP system, implemented it and begun using it to manage your manufacturing process, it feels like the hard part should be over.
But if you find that you're losing momentum, your employees are reverting back to their old systems and ways of doing things, and everyone is becoming frustrated with the software, it can become clear that your new system isn't performing as well as you'd hoped.
It can be frustrating to feel that the new ERP system, which you spent so much of your time and resources on, is failing your needs.
This whitepaper explores some of the reasons why an ERP system might fail, when it is most likely to fail, and offers some tips to head off the pitfalls and avoid a breakdown.