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Critical Success Factors for ERP

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Critical Success Factors for ERP Implementation in SMEs for Developing Countries
"40 % of all the ERP implementation end up as a failure "
Mentee
Shashikiran Rajagopal
School of Business and IT
Masters of Information Technology
Masters of Business Administration
,
James Cook University , Singapore
Mentor
Dr Yok Yen Nguwi
LECTURER, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
PhD in Computer Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

B.Eng(Computer), (1 class Honours), The University of Newcastle, Australia
Mentee
Rohini Balakrishnan
Mentee
Mentee
Hari Kishan Gupta
Bachelors Computer Science
Sri Bhagawan Mahaveer Jain College
School of Business and IT
Masters of Information Technology
Masters of Business Administration
,
James Cook University , Singapore
Bachelors of Information Technology
Anna University,India

School of Business and IT
Bachelor of Information Technology
University of Newcastle
School of Business and IT
Bachelors of Technology- IT
Gautam Buddha Technical University

*Source: Panorama Consulting Solutions ERP Research Report 2013

"53 % of all the ERP implementation are over budgeted "
Critical Success Factor's : CSF'S
SME's
Review Literature on ERP
Identify the CSF proposed by authors and survey
Identify the major
CSFs
Analyze and Rank the CSFs
Form the relationship between identified CSFs and ERP implementation cycle
Propose Framework
and
Control Matrix
Methodology
Phase of ERP Implementation
Framework
Control Matrix
Proposed Model
Analysis
Phase of ERP Planning
Pre-Implementation
Implementation
Post-Implementation
Phase 1: Project Chartering
Phase 2:The Project
Phase 3: Shakedown
Phase 4: Onward
and upward
Decisions defining the business case and solution constraints
Stabilizing, eliminating bugs, business as usual
Maintaining system, supporting users, getting results, upgrading
Knowledge Formulation
Strategic Implementation
Evaluation Phase
Identify
Prepare
Measure
Factors and Risk

Pre Implementation Phase
Implementation Phase
Post Implementation Phase
Change
Management
Project
Management
Top
Management
Support
Knowledge
Formulation
Strategy
Formulation
Evaluation
Pre
Implementation
Post
Implementation

Implementation
Findings
Introduction
Findings
Literature Review
*Source: Panorama Consulting Solutions ERP Research Report 2013

Testing
Organization Characteristics
Business Process Re-engineering
Project Champion
Resistant to Change
Defining Scope
Scheduling
Competent Team
Troubleshooting
Data Conversion & Accuracy
Project Monitoring
Quality Assurance
Evaluation
Goals
Resources Availability
Effective Communication
Full Commitment
Full Support
Visions
CSFs are defined as "factors needed to ensure a successful ERP project"
Negligence of the CSF lead to failure .
Enterprise Resource Planning contributes

ERP
Small companies employ up to 50 workers
Medium-sized enterprises have up to 250 employees
Europe
Singapore
Standardization
Transparency
Globalization
Automating and integrating cross department functions

Benefit Realization
ERP Implementation Schedule
Factors are majorly classified as
People
Technical
Managerial
Masters of Information Technology
Masters of Business Administration
,
James Cook University , Singapore
Top Management
Project Management
Change Management
Involvement
Education
User Attitude
UserTraining
Culture
Project
Management
Change Management
Top Management
Masters of Information Technology
Masters of Business Administration
,
James Cook University , Singapore
GAP
Annual Sales turnover of not more than S$100 million
Employment size of not more than 200 workers

Developing Strategy
Objectives
Plan
Risk Management
Getting system and end users up and running
Kai Thandar Aye
Recommendations
Conclusion
Proposed Model can be used by SME's for Successful ERP implementation
The matrix , when properly used can detect the risk in the early stages of the implementation .
Will act as a tool to guide the direction of the project.
Can be further improved and matrix can accommodate the factors not mentioned in the research .
Clear Goal and Objectives
Choosing ERP
Vendor Selection
Project Champion Selection
Communication ERP benifits
Technology Infrastructure Requirement
Cultural Readiness ,Organizational Budget
Business Vision

Business and Process analysis
using Expert Consultant*
Resource planning
Selection of Employees
Selection of Transition Technique
User Education and Training
Calculating Implementation Cost
Time frame for Implementation

ERP Evaluation
Vendor Evaluation
Resource Planning
Training Effectiveness
Resource Calculation
Contingency Plan

ERP Evaluation
Vendor Evaluation
Resource Planning
Training Effectiveness
Resource Calculation
Contingency Plan

Business Process Re engineering
Secure Support of the Opinion Leaders
Involving Individual and groups
Calculating Implementation Cost
Resource Allocation
Data Analysis
Implementation Strategy
inter departmental communication

Process Modifications
Employee Moral enhancement
Job Redesigning
Minimizing Adoption Cost
Managing Resources
Data Conversion and Migration

Communicating process changes
Project Monitoring
Empowering Individuals
Effective Resource Utilization
Data Accuracy and Integrity
Strategy Evaluation
Communication Strategy effectiveness

Vendor Support

Customizing the Erp services
Continual Business Process Improvement

Key Performance Indicators


Education on New business processes

Measuring effectiveness

Post Implementation Service Evaluation

enhancing ERP imterface quality

performance Improvement
Business Benefit Realization
Business Vision evaluation

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Successful ERP
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