Part of our 9EDGE Thought Leadership Series

Organizations that have implemented JD Edwards ERP software have the potential to realize and drive additional value from their implementations by focusing on how those systems are being used, operated and maintained. New software implementation projects define various value driver metrics as goals to measure project success. Due to over-riding project pressures (i.e.time and budget constraints), it is not uncommon that these goals become less of a focus as system operational (i.e.getting the system installed quickly) and functional considerations take precedence. At project go-live and after, the measurement of progress against the goals is often not performed. Investing in large scale process improvement initiatives to drive ERP value is costly and requires time and resources, preventing many organizations from taking these next steps.

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For information please contact the author, Dale Kaplan, Managing Partner at 9EDGE Inc.