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Picking an ERP consultant for ERP implementation is certainly a tricky thing. This is why it is important to be extra cautions when shortlisting a consultant from the crowd.
For successful ERP implementation, it is very important for the consultant to have sound knowledge of your business processes. This makes it easy for the consultant to understand your business scenarios and requisites pertaining to the ERP in 2020. This saves your time and efforts both.
One of the best qualities to ensure in your consultant is the skill of analysis. If a consultant lacks good analytical and communication skill, then it is possible you would have to explain the same scenarios/requirement multiple times. A consultant should be able to draft proper requirements, project milestones and its deadlines, proper documentation and most importantly, the consultant ought to have excellent problem-solving skills.
An experienced consultant is very helpful and fruitful for your ERP implementation and adoption. An experienced consultant always gives precise advice and suggests best ways and practices, which are healthy for your organisation. Most of the time, it is observed that many of the processes / scenarios of your organisation fail to fit in the ERP blueprint. An experienced consultant can suggest and illustrate perfect ways as well as would re-engineer the project’s plan to overcome these types of scenarios.
It is also very important for your ERP consultant to foster a healthy and comfort environment with your internal team. You should create a healthy environment between your consultant and internal team to make the consultant feel a part of your organisation. This is helpful for seamless ERP implementation.
One of the best tips is to share your requirements in-and-out with your ERP consultant. You should share your requirements with the consultant very accurately and completely. Because it is only through accurate sharing of information and requirements, your consultant would be aware of all your ERP requirements and can plan, work and suggest accordingly.
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