Anyone who’s ever been involved in choosing enterprise software knows it’s not an easy job. It takes months of preparation that involves gathering information from various departments, mapping business processes, preparing a business case, interviewing stakeholders, and getting buy-in from executives and users on the project. And that’s only the beginning!
But whose job is it to do all of this
an example of waste minimization includes stocking only the amount
it decided to purchase an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, which could take care of billing, purchasing, inventory control, production planning, and much more. By implementing this type of unified system, the company was able to eliminate the need to keep several of its legacy systems throughout the organization—therefore making its new ERP system a true overall “solution” to its problem. In this example, the software system was implemented on its own—with no other additional