Every ERP partner has their own way of implementing an ERP system.
Even when partners follow similar methodologies, like the Microsoft Sure Step process, deliverables can be uniquely customized based on the size, scale and complexity of the project.
The implemented ERP software is ‘the ultimate’ deliverable. But deliverables can be anything produced throughout the ERP project, such as:
Deliverables are important because they:
Here’s a list of common deliverables and the project phase in which they are delivered:
ERP Sales Process Deliverables
These pre-sales and sales documents set the expectations for the ERP project:
Once the client has engaged an ERP implementation partner, the consultants will begin a detailed analysis. Sometimes this analysis is conducted as a smaller, separate project. They help refine the big picture effort outlined in the pre-sales process.
ERP Analysis deliverables can include:
How will the people, processes and technology align throughout the project and after the project is completed? These ERP design documents show how the system input, throughput and output will look.
During the active ERP implementation, most of the deliverables center around project communications.
ERP Software Go-Live
As everyone prepares to move to a production environment for the ERP system, these deliverables help ensure a smooth transition for administrators and end users.
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Author: Mike Green, VP Solution Consulting
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