Saturday, 6 February 2016

5 Factors to Consider When Hiring an ERP Development Company for Your Business in India

Implementing ERP software with nothing but internal resources is next to impossible. It is very rare for companies, especially small organizations, to pull it off by themselves without experiencing any major issues. This is because many companies do not have the in-house skills and expertise to deliver and implement a successful ERP on time, and within the allotted budget. Finding the right ERP development company is important if you want your ERP software implementation to succeed. Here are 5 key factors to consider when seeking out the services of an ERP development company:

  • Experience is the first pre-requisite to look for in a reliable ERP development company. Certifications and trainings don't substitute for a company's actual deployment experience, because only through actual implementations do companies learn the ins-and-outs of ERP systems. Choose a company with an ample amount of experience and a solid track-record of highly successful ERP implementations, preferably within your industry and with businesses of the same size as your enterprise.

  • Choose a company with the right tools and proven methodologies. Make sure that the company has the right set of tools to implement your ERP software, and the proper techniques needed to back it up.

  • In addition to relevant industry experience, industry knowledge is another important consideration. This not only means knowledge of ERP development and implementation, but also knowledge of your specific industry since ERP implementations require a very different approach depending on the line of work that a particular business is in.

  • Your ERP development partner must also take time to study your old system and have experience in using and implementing the type of ERP system that you are planning to use. ERP systems tend to have the same goal, but they approach these goals very differently.

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