A few years ago, a Standish Group study reported that 50.4% of IT implementation and customization projects in companies with less that $200 million in annual revenue were NOT successful. They were challenged, meaning they were over budget, over time, and/or did not deliver the promised functionality. Moreover, 21.6% of projects were cancelled and only 28% were successful in all their goals. Not good odds.
The good news is there’s a superior way to approach your financial management system implementation (including
Here’s how it works. The Plan > Prove > Purchase > Perform approach means your implementation partner plans your solution, uses your real data, and then proves to you that it meets your business requirements. You see a working solution—not a theoretical demonstration—before you purchase. Then, once implemented, your company performs with new efficiency.
1 – Plan: Your implementation partner uses their knowledge of your industry to plan the project. They start with a thorough Needs Assessment to determine the best solution for you.
2 – Prove: A good partner creates a proof-of-concept system (prototype) with your general ledger accounts, customers, vendors, projects, etc. You confirm the system actually does all the critical functions your require before you purchase!
3 – Purchase: Only after the solution is planned and proved, do you get the final purchase proposal.
4 – Perform: You are enabled to outperform your previous system. New efficiencies for employees, managers, and executives increases customer satisfaction, profitability, and your competitive edge.
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By Synergy Business Solutions, a Microsoft Gold Enterprise Partner on the West Coast.