Rescoping ERP Projects, Quickly

Read our comprehensive guide on how to rescope and run better ERP projects. Discover the 10 steps to fix common ERP implementation problems.

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We’re independent experts in assuring your approach to using ERP projects to transform your organisation. We assure you developing your requirements, early market testing, procurement, contracting, negotiation and implementation process.

Our specialist contractual and ERP systems knowledge also makes sure your Systems Integrator gives you the ‘right’ advice through the implementation process to make sure your ERP solution is fit for purpose, within budget and implemented on time.

Over the years, we’ve seen it all – the good, the bad and the even worse – and we know what ‘excellence’ looks like. We’ve written an extensive guide to share our experience and expertise.

What’s in the eBook?

If you’re responsible for an ERP solution, you’ll know how difficult it is to keep your implementation partner/integrator on track in order to achieve your original objectives.

But, you’ll be glad to know that even when the process goes off track (87% of ERP implementations do), there are methods you can use to get everyone and most importantly, your Systems Integrator, back to where they should be.

In this ERP eBook we share techniques to help you: 

  • Understand how you got here
  • Know what good looks like for ERP projects and implementations
  • What actions to take to make improvements
  • How to rebuild trust with your integration partner
  • What to do when the implementation isn’t getting back on track, and much more.

Useful for all SaaS (cloud) and on-premise variants of SAP, Oracle, SalesForce, Workday, Microsoft Dynamics, Infor, NetSuite, IFS and Epicor.

“The assurance review identified where we were already strong and where adjustments should be made to ensure a fit for purpose ERP system. This has resulted in a successful way forward that has been agreed and we look forward to driving better value services across a complex portfolio of stakeholders, saving us many millions of pounds.” 

Tina Oakes, IT Director, The Royal Mint

“BPG helped us to ensure that our IT projects do not go down the route of overrun or overspend. They brought very strong knowledge on the technology side and the legal side; it’s a really powerful mixture that is not easy to find, and it’s a winning formula as far as we are concerned.” –

Gary Woodcock, Financial Director, Inchcape

“Having used BPG in the past very successfully they are my first port of call. Where the realm of IT meets contractual law, we have found the advice from BPG to be far more practical and cost-effective than other better-known professional advisors in the central Government sector.”

Neil Roberts, Managing Director, (Advisors to the Houses of Parliament)