Gartner Research

Address Six Key Factors for Successful ERP Implementations

Published: 24 March 2011

ID: G00206726

Analyst(s): Denise Ganly


Despite greater investment in business applications, between 20% and 35% of ERP projects are perceived as failures. ERP is about people, not just technology, and organizations that ignore the people-centric issues run a significant risk of project failure.

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  • Overview


  • Inadequate or Poor Scoping of ERP
  • Lack of Executive Management Commitment
  • Insufficient or Inadequate Budgeting
  • Inadequate Change Management and Training
  • Inexperienced Project Management and Project Team
  • Extensive Modifications

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