As a business grows, other expenses may seem daunting, but even companies that monitor their budgets very closely can take comfort in the knowledge that increased productivity and faster order processing will offset the cost of any ERP system software.
Here, the seller and the company share the responsibility for the proper implementation of the system; a very useful option for small businesses that may not have the specialized skills and resources to implement ERP for small business properly. Choosing this approach can benefit the organization in the following ways:
• By providing a financial incentive for the team to stay on budget, project costs are immediately reduced.
• Strong partnerships between customers and suppliers lead to reduced project risk and maximum efficiency and productivity.
• Maintain a tighter project scope and have a practical approach to changing controls leading to a shorter project duration.
Improper use of a system can result in more expensive results than not using it at all. That is why some companies are a bit reluctant to use ERP systems. However, this is served by the possibility of using a shared benefit plan.
It is important that the company cooperates with the project manager of the software vendor, while it is very important that the ERP system can meet all the basic needs of the company to achieve a solid return on investment.