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Abstract - Abstract Enterprise Resource Planning System implementation is an immeasurable responsibility for any size organization It entails

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Abstract: Enterprise Resource Planning System implementation is an immeasurable responsibility for any size organization. It entails redefining the way people work and the tasks of the workforce. Introduction The key strategies when implementing an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System is to make sure that it is closely aligned to the company’s vision and mission statement in order to smooth the progress of the accomplishment of efficient business processed, operational efficiencies, information distribution and planned business objectives. The strategies must have a clear alignment between the business purpose and the ERP software strategy. A strong ERP software strategy is a direct indication of the company’s principle and maintains the company’s vision in direct and simple to understand terms. ERP software strategies cut across departments, division, geographies and other operational departments in order to reach activity wide effectiveness. Successful ERP software strategies always have senior executive sponsorship and total buy in from
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2012 for the course BUS 107 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '08 term at Strayer.

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Abstract - Abstract Enterprise Resource Planning System implementation is an immeasurable responsibility for any size organization It entails

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