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GAP Analysis for ERP Implementation

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ERP GAP Analysis

ERP is a great business solution if it is correctly implemented. In order to take advantage of all its benefits it's crucial to have a GAP analysis for ERP implementation. If this important step is skipped, it's highly probable that the company won't obtained the desired results and, even worse, will work against itself.

GAP analysis is meant to find out how the current business processes need to change in order to be integrated with ERP software. Changes done by the ear will not have a positive impact on the company and unless they are thoroughly studied and analyzed they can be a total fiasco. Although GAP analysis might be time and money consuming, it's the only method that can tell for sure if implementing ERP software is a good solution or its best to keep things as they are.

Only by performing such an analysis will the company be able to find out which the easiest and most effective way to put changes into practice is and how to improve day-to-day activity. The steps that need to be taken in order to correctly implement ERP software are suggested by GAP analysis. It's basically a comparison made between the current business processes and the future business processes. It all has to start with considering the existing business system.



A complete analysis should be done to everything that is going on in the company at present time. The positive things need to be outlined and kept in mind. It is also possible that during such analysis aspects that are not handled properly come to light. These also need to be kept in mind in order to integrate them in the future.

After having a clear picture of the current situation a GAP analysis for ERP implementation has to identify possible improvements and changes that need to be done. Eliminating repeated activities or including new ones are aspects that the GAP analysis points out. The part each employee plays in the organization is also very important. After implementing ERP software the roles of every person need to be clearly stated in order for everybody to know what he or she has to do and to keep things going smoothly, without affecting in any way the relationships with the clients and the stakeholders.

GAP analysis for ERP implementation takes into consideration every aspect involved in the company's activity and the way it will be performed after switching to an ERP solution. It also provides a complete image of how things will go on in the future and it is worth the time and money in order to know for sure that enterprise resource planning software is the best choice.





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