Deciding to invest in a new ERP solution for your business is a huge decision. It can be a costly and time-consuming process to guarantee you are purchasing or upgrading to the right software.
Organisations sometimes decide to employ someone dedicated to the project because they don’t have the capacity or capability in-house to specify and select a solution and oversee its implementation. They may also opt for working with an independent consultant.
There are pros and cons of working in this way, and various areas in which a consultant can get involved. These are:
Business process re-engineering
However, there are downsides to involving a consultant. These can include:
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