Tag Archives: ERP

How to Prepare and Conduct an ERP Pre-Sales Demo

For the past several weeks I have been tasked to help our sales team conduct pre-sales activities for prospective ERP clients. Initially, I did not know what to do and what to expect but after looking at the task in … Continue reading

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How to perform a good Business Analysis

As I have mentioned on my previous blog on How to conduct an effective Requirements Gathering, the input document in that activity is the Requirements List from your Sales Team. Now, the output document is still the Requirements List but … Continue reading

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ERP Project Management: How to effectively conduct a Requirements Analysis.

It is sometimes referred to as Requirements Gathering and most of the time confused with Business Analysis. I will dwell on the difference between these two in my future blog but for now let us focus on Requirements Analysis. After … Continue reading

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ERP Project Management: How to conduct a Project Kick-off Meeting

The Project Kick-of meeting is probably one of the most importantĀ meetings the project team will have to conduct during the course of the whole project, if not the most important. It is the meeting when you give the client the … Continue reading

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ERP Project Management: How to deal with uncooperative users

After years of implementing ERP projects I have dealt with an array of different users. The most challenging to handle are those who are uncooperative. Obviously. Based on experience these types of users are usually those who have been in … Continue reading

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