Aaron Rosenberg, Partner and Senior Vice President, Oasis Solutions
Subject: Avoiding the Software Implementation Nightmare
Tracks: Advanced Manufacturing
Aaron Rosenberg leads Oasis Solutions Business Development team. He has over 10 years’ professional B2B sales and marketing experience. Over his career, Aaron has assisted businesses across multiple verticals achieve their growth potential by utilizing best in breed technologies.
After working for both a Fortune 500 and a small mobile application start-up, Aaron joined Oasis Solutions in 2015 as their SVP of Business Development with a primary focus of developing Oasis’ cloud based applications and services practice.
Oasis Solutions has been a trusted business process and software consulting firm for over 25 years. Oasis has been partnering with hundreds of organizations to streamline business processes and increase revenues by offering consulting services through the implementation of world-class ERP, CRM, HCM & CPM software solutions.
There are many reasons a company might need to implement new business management software. These reasons range from old software to software that the company has outgrown. If a company chooses the wrong software or the wrong company to help them implement, it can mean a massive headache and nightmare for your company to work through. A proper implementation is essential to future success.
There are many things you should consider when implementing a new business management software – the software itself is just one piece of the puzzle. The most important piece to consider when deciding on a new business management software is WHO will be on your implementation team. You should find the best implementation partner and the best internal team to take on the implementation project. Most people don’t like change, especially when it comes to changes in the way they do their job. There are three important steps that should be followed to manage the change within a company. It is critical that top management be on board and exude confidence in the process. Project scope is the part of project planning that involves determining and documenting a list of specific project goals, deliverables, features, functions, tasks, deadlines, and ultimately costs. In other words, it is what needs to be achieved and the work that must be done to deliver a project. Scope creep should also be addressed.