IT-powered Value Chain:


Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

Efficiency Improvement and Return on Investment (ROI)


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ERP ROI - return on investment, enterpeirse recource planning


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ERP Implementation

Top 10 Tips

  • Thoroughly analyze business processes before implementation.... More

IT/Business Alignment

Top 10 Tips

Do You Need ERP?

ERP is a cross-functional enterprise system driven by an integrated suite of software modules that supports the basic internal business processes of an enterprise.

Modern IT-powered Value Chain

As your company grows  the may time come to implement ERP to better manage your business and continue to grow.

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If and when you need to to implement ERP?

Below are just a few indicators:

  • Manual processes are overwhelming or taking up too much of your time

  • Business data is all over the place and is difficult to find in time

  • Multiple people in the company need to access the same data

  • You cannot see where you money is coming from or going to

  • You feel that your processes are too ineffective and expensive, but you cannot see where high-impact improvements could be made

  • You cannot say which of your products, services or markets are most profitable so you could leverage them

  • Your customer service is suffering due to poor inventory and shipping management

  • You need a way to better handle order forecasts and run a lean production system.

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Calculating ROI

To calculate return on investment in ERP, focus on:

According to a Mint Jutras survey, 46% of the companies that implemented ERP gained their ROI within 1-2 years, 30% in 2-3 years, and 24% in 3-5 years.