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Best Practice for NetSuite ERP ImplementationBy: Klugo Group26 May 2017 Klugo News, News, Thought Leadership
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When it comes to seeking a NetSuite ERP implementation partner for your new software system, it’s only natural for the customer to want to know more about the process.
At Klugo, we’ve developed an agile approach to NetSuite implementation, adopting the best elements of waterfall and scrum Project Management. This is because we strive to understand the customer; we adapt to your needs.
Our agile methodology means that we are flexible in our approach to our NetSuite ERP system implementations. With regular meetings and check-ups, increased focus on specific customer needs, optimal project control and optimised development process, the customer is always at the forefront of our work, as it should be with any implementation partner.
Throughout the ERP system implementation process, we don’t try and do everything all at once. NetSuite offers a wide range of options and continual improvement. When working on implementation, it can be easy to get caught up in things that aren’t critical in going live. We ensure that you get ROI by way of process improvement, elimination of data duplication and re-establishing best practice process as quickly as possible. Focussing on technical excellence, we aim to educate by guiding you every step of the way.
Michael Dean, Business Consultant at Klugo, explains
“our number one goal for any new client starting a NetSuite implementation is to ensure we are providing guidance as to the best use of NetSuite as a complete business management platform, and encouraging the mindset of continuous improvement.”
Throughout the implementation process, Klugo consultants introduce NetSuite concepts in workshops to help determine best use of standard features.
Klugo adopts an iterative approach built around utilising standard NetSuite features and changing your business processors to match the way NetSuite works. We exhaust the use of standard features to meet business requirements and only advise on system enhancements when there is a clear immediate benefit.
Provision of services is a combination of on-site and off-site activity. On-site meetings, workshops and training are indicated in the project schedule, while all other activity will be deemed off site unless noted and agreed.
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