ERP Implementations & Support

Creating an enterprise resource planning system is a difficult task that affects many aspects of a business’s operations. A well-thought-out implementation plan is essential for any large effort.

By enhancing output and efficiency, our ERP implementation system may help a variety of industries, including financial management, human resources, sales, and manufacturing.

To ensure a successful installation, our organization methodically identifies its needs, determines how to restructure procedures to make use of the system, configures the ERP system to support those processes, and thoroughly tests it before making it available to users. We are very carefully planned and have an organized, staggered deployment method to successfully navigate all of those processes.

Stages of ERP Implementation

There are six stages of the ERP Implementation procedure.

Discovery and Planning

This includes conducting research and selecting a system, as well as forming a project team and specifying specific system requirements. Our project team will be in charge of a variety of tasks linked to the implementation, including laying out the project plan and deadlines, ensuring enough resources are provided, making product and design decisions, and managing the project on a day-to-day basis.

The Design

The design stage includes a comprehensive architecture for the new ERP system based on specific requirements and knowledge of existing procedures. A segment of all of this entails the development of new, more efficient workflows and other technology-driven business processes Because users have the most intimate awareness of current business processes, it's critical to include them in the design phase. Involving customers in the design process also ensures that they will accept the new system and use it to its maximum potential.


The development phase can begin once clear design criteria have been established. This entails setting and adapting the software to accommodate the revised procedures, as needed. It also entails integrating the ERP system with any other existing business systems that will not be replaced by the ERP system. The firm will need to install the essential gear and software if you're utilizing an on-premises ERP system.


Testing and development can happen at the same time. The project team might, for example, test certain modules and features, then design modifications or adjustments depending on the results before retesting. It might also be used to test one ERP module while another is being developed. Initial software testing should be followed by thorough testing of the system's full capabilities, which should include allowing some employees to use the system for all of their day-to-day tasks. This phase should also involve data migration testing as well as first end-user training.


This is the day you've been waiting for: the launch of the system. Be prepared for problems, as there may be a lot of moving pieces and some confused staff, despite your best attempts to prepare for the transition. The project team will be ready to answer inquiries, explain the system to users, and strive to resolve any concerns.

Updates & Support

Following up on your ERP project after it's been deployed can help keep users happy and ensure the company gets the results it wants. During this phase, our project team will continue to manage the ERP system, but its focus will turn to listening to user feedback and implementing system enhancements as needed.