When introducing ERP software, there is always a discussion about the right project management for project success.
A professional ERP project manager can significantly reduce or even eliminate the risks of failure.
Mostly, insufficient project planning and project control in ERP projects are the reason for their failure.
From our practical experience, we know very well the problems our clients face when implementing IT projects. A large number of failed or critical projects can be traced back to a lack of project management. Using employees without years of management experience for ERP projects carries a high risk. Professionally executed overall project planning brings transparency to the presentation of dependencies and risks and provides the necessary information for management in project controlling.
In project management, we ensure that we stay within internationally recognised standards and norms. We always discuss the limits and possibilities of these standards with our clients. Our aim is to ensure that an ERP project management efficiently and effectively achieves the set goals within the time and budget plan.
Depending on the requirements, we rely on the use of the waterfall or V-model to achieve the objectives. In this way, we ensure that the project is clearly and structurally defined and can be systematically processed and implemented.
In agile project management, we use techniques such as Scrum or Kanban to achieve quick results within the framework of prototyping. In hybrid project management, we use a framework that makes use of the advantages of both models by combining agile processes, methods, tools and roles.
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