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sustainable erp implementation

A successful ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) implementationis crucial to generating the full benefits. This includes optimizing business processes, ensuring data integrity, and promoting user:inside acceptance.


inefficient, outdated systems

Many of our customers have outdated ERP systems that prevent them from carrying out business processes in line with current requirements. If, in addition, the data is distributed across different systems and locations, there is a risk that the departments are not networked well enough with each other. This lack of data integration also affects performance.


enterprise software implementation made to measure

Together we analyze the individual processes. In doing so, we always keep an eye on the entire company with its strategic challenges. During implementation, we involve customers, developers, product owners and Scrum masters. This way you get a customized, efficient and secure software with which all parties involved are satisfied.

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efficient business processesimproved data quality high compliance

agile software development in intensive dialogue

By involving the different areas, we ensure that both the processes and the solutions themselves provide a high level of satisfaction for everyone involved. As an ERP implementation partner, we support you in your ERP selection with individual advice.

questions & answers on erp implementation

what is an erp simply explained?

Simply put, an ERP system is the backbone of a company that helps to increase efficiency, reduce costs and make better decisions. It is like the central nervous system of a company that coordinates and controls all corporate functions.

what is erp implementation?

An ERP implementation refers to the process of planning, configuring and deploying an ERP system in an organization.

how do i implement an erp system?

Implementing an ERP system can be a complex task. The following phases of ERP implementation can be used as a checklist:

  1. Project planning: The first step is to define the project objectives and draw up a detailed project plan.
  2. Business process analysis: In this phase, the organization’s existing business processes are analyzed and opportunities for improvement are identified.
  3. Data migration: This is the process of transferring data from the organization’s existing systems to the new ERP system.
  4. System configuration: In this phase, the ERP system is adapted to the specific requirements and processes of the organization.
  5. User training and support: End users are now trained in the use of the new ERP system and supported during the transition phase.
  6. System start and test: Once the system has been configured and tested, it is put into operation. Once launched, the system is regularly reviewed to ensure it is working as expected and meeting business objectives.

It is important to note that implementing an ERP system requires a significant investment of time and resources. It is therefore important that the organization carries out thorough due diligence before deciding on a particular ERP system.

what are examples of erp systems?

There are many well-known examples of ERP systems. SAP ERP is frequently used. There are also solutions from Microsoft with Dynamics and Oracle, which also offer their own tool with ERP Cloud. We can help you compare them and work with you to find the right solution.

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Jens Stolz
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