ERP system implementation – facts and myths

Published: 24.05.22WMS
ERP system implementation - facts and myths

ERP system implementation is a complex and time-consuming process that involves a significant investment of resources. Due to this, there are various myths surrounding the implementation of an ERP system.

One of the most common myths is that ERP implementation is a one-time process. However, this is not true. ERP systems require ongoing maintenance and updates to ensure they remain effective and meet the changing needs of the business.

Another common myth is that ERP systems are too expensive and are only suitable for large businesses. However, there are now many ERP systems available that are affordable and scalable, making them accessible to small and medium-sized businesses as well.

Another myth is that ERP systems are difficult to use and require extensive training. While it is true that the initial learning curve can be steep, modern ERP systems are designed to be user-friendly and intuitive, reducing the need for extensive training.

Finally, some people believe that ERP systems will replace human labor, leading to job losses. However, the reality is that ERP systems are designed to enhance human performance by automating repetitive tasks, freeing up time for employees to focus on more value-added activities.

In conclusion, it is important to separate the facts from the myths surrounding ERP system implementation. While there are challenges involved, a well-implemented ERP system can bring significant benefits to a business, regardless of its size or industry.

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Author Avatar Rafał Namieciński

Chief Executive Officer. Sets the direction of Firmao's development. Under his leadership, Firmao CRM has become one of the leading CRM systems in Poland. On the blog, he shares thoughts on the latest CRM industry trends, offers tips on implementing and using CRM systems.

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