You need to scale your business, but process inefficiencies continue to be a constant roadblock.
You’ve had conversations with your leadership team and know you could see great cost savings by automating with an ERP for small businesses.
The challenge you could be facing is accurately estimating the ERP system costs and getting your team on board with it. There are a ton of intimidating costs associated with an ERP implementation – hardware, software, training, and additional support costs are just a few.
If you underestimate ERP costs, you could get stuck in the middle of a project that can’t move forward due to a lack of funding. On the other hand, if you overestimate, your team may reject the budget before the project even begins.
Before getting the green light on an implementation, you need to decide which pieces of an ERP will contribute best to your business goals – being sure to explore and justify all necessary ERP costs.