For those assigned to select and implement an ERP solution on behalf of their construction company, it is important to note that ERP ‘red flags’ arise from tension caused internally as well as from outside the organization.
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By establishing the rules of engagement up front, you’re planning to succeed. Conversely, failing to plan a demo is a plan to fail. You can do better. We wish you great success in the search.
This article is directed toward contractors who are seeking a new job accounting and construction management solution. Being proactive and knowing what questions to ask is a good chunk of what’s necessary to identify the best vendor for you.
Failure to plan an ERP implementation is planning to fail. With front-end awareness and due diligence use of these blog ideas – and other ideas – a prospective ERP client can have a positive end-to-end experience.
There are many nuances to evaluating software options. These items are often not actively considered but are, nonetheless, very important for the long term success of your construction ERP installation.
Can you get 98% of what you need from your software and still be unhappy with it?
Yes, if that last 2% is a critical item for your business.
I spoke with a heavy contractor doing excavation work using very large equipment, which they rented for $90,000 per month. The company management was sold on ComputerEase because of its labor board, which did the scheduling and payroll post.