Within any organization during an ERP implementation, there are multiple levels of expectations and requirements. All of these requirements and expectations should and can always be met.
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Which best describes your title?

How many ERP system implementations, upgrades, or integrations have you been a direct participant in?

Fill in the blank. “___% of ERP projects fail catastrophically.”

According to a Harvard Business Review article “In fact, ___% of executives believe that ERP systems have at least a moderate chance of hurting their businesses because of the potential for implementation problems.”

“Even if the Project was a success, sheer perception may be otherwise as there are subjective and different levels of realities and expectations in an organization.”

Out of the below ERP project variables, although all are critical, which one would you say is most significant to ERP project success?

According to one study, a survey of large multinational companies found that it takes an average of 23 months to implement an ERP system and another _____ months to realize benefits from the effort.

One study found that ____% of ERP implementations end up late or over budget.

For ERP implementations, expectations exist in many ways and levels. At the end of the day, understand that but strive for perfection at every level. Return on investment rarely is realized when the “switch is hit”.  ERP systems are often quite sophisticated and take time to overcome the learning curve. This usually results in an initial decline in productivity.

Which one of the below 4 is a top reason for the failure of IT related projects, accounting for 73% of all failures?