Introduce Business Software Simply & Safely

With the implementation of business software such as ERP, CRM, ECM or MES, etc., the user company is usually faced with a major to very major feat. It is about nothing less than replacing a central company infrastructure without unduly affecting the day-to-day business. If the selection phase has been used to lay the ground for a successful implementation, it is now a matter of actually realising it together with the vendor. At the end of the project, a stable running system must be available which can be transferred to normal operations.

The question of the “most important task” within an implementation project is difficult to answer, but the set-up and planning of the project has a fundamental influence on its entire course. Here, it is important for the user company to hold the reins and take on the task of the project management. Against the background that companies often do not have the necessary resources and competence, it is advisable to call in external, but above all independent, expertise.


Project Set-Up

  • Defining the project team and setting up the project
  • Developing the detailed concept with the software provider
  • Making sure that all processes are being supported


Managing the project

  • Preparing the old data transfer
  • Monitoring compliance with budget and time
  • If necessary, trigger change requests and adapt planning
  • Check in test mode whether the system fulfills all tasks smoothly


Conclude successfully

  • Put the system into operation and eventually conduct the roll out
  • Instruct the users about the new system
  • Initiate a continuing optimisation process