Successfully validating erp systems
Your instincts might be right, but it is always better to have a compass!Yet according to a buyer report from ERP reviews firm Software Advice, only 38% of the manufacturers and distributers across multiple verticals(like pharmaceuticals, machinery industry, food/beverages etc.) have an ERP system in place. It helps you build relationships with your customers while keeping your institution compliant with the rules and regulations.ERP is a business management system that integrates all facets of the business, including planning, manufacturing, quality control, sales, marketing, inventory control, order tracking, customer service, financial, and human resources.
A well-constructed user requirement should define requirements that are consistent, complete, realistic, individually stated so they can be individually tested, traceable to lower level requirements, measurable or objectively verifiable (testable) and fully specified.
“The plan should dictate a risk-based approach throughout, integrate the validation and implementation activities, and leverage the work product and deliverables of the implementation team,” he said.
Poorly captured and documented user requirements: Developing high-quality user requirements is acknowledged to be one of the most difficult tasks associated with the successful validation of any system.
Exposure to ERP evaluation, selection, implementations. Net Suite, Workday, Oracle Fusion, SAP HEC / S4 Hanna etc.
You'll need strong Leadership skills with the ability to develop high performing motivated teams.
You'll be able to demonstrate extensive change management experience with the ability to communicate effectively with key stakeholders and suppliers.