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The implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software is a complex and time-consuming endeavor that is associated with a high risk of failure.
Nearly half of all ERP software implementations fail the first time around, and a substantial number continue to fail time and again.
The costs of repeated ERP implementation failures are significant. Organizations incur huge time and resource drains and financial losses. Repeated ERP implementation failures suggest that companies and their stakeholders continue to make the same mistakes time and again.
What are these errors and why do organizations continue to make them?
In this webinar we’ll explore five of the biggest reasons why ERP software implementations fail—repeatedly. We will examine the ensuing cost of these disasters, and the lessons to be learned from the implementation failures of other organizations.