Look, this is Planning endeavour of Enterprise Resource

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It is not merely getting the organisation or business process flow transformed digitally in a bunch of smart applications and after then, expecting the activities in the familiar pattern of so-called automation. The key point is having “Planning” from the very well-tuned and orchestrated Enterprise Resources to leverage the actionable and predictable insight. Every thing shall be done using the ample and enough accurate data – from the historical and present situation.

So, the journey of ERP building is not straight forwards following some well-established roaming-arround methodology in the industry. To my consideration, as it appears to me conclusively, Innovation and deep analytical capacity of a Business Analysis (BA) professional matters most the get the ERP a success. Here, the success means ERP must be most intelligent application entity in the business organization which should have been built like an allies of the business – always standing beside all-level people in the organization, who would be getting the expected result, deep insight and futuristic outcome from the Enterprise Resource Planning Applications.

Let an ERP talk to you and serves as a proactive advisory stuff and stay beside you in crisis and good time. The ROI is not obvious always – it is like a seed planted in the soil of business to come out as huge green tree of benefit after proper nurturing from all stakeholders. Today, the technological advancement with AI, BI, Autonomous Database and highly intuitive application processes and inter-cloud collaboration put the ERP at an outstanding performing stage. So, the rest is to the people of the organization – how to leverage the power of the Business Applications to get the best result and keeping the business at competitive edge.

The Crucial Role of Business Analyst for ERP –
Business analysts must adhere to ethical guidelines, including maintaining confidentiality, avoiding conflicts of interest, and ensuring fair and unbiased analysis. Business analysis is a versatile discipline applicable to various industries and domains, and it plays a pivotal role in helping organizations adapt, innovate, and thrive in a dynamic business environment. Business analysts often engage in continuous improvement by monitoring key performance indicators (KPIs), conducting post-implementation reviews, and refining processes. Some common challenges include managing stakeholder expectations, handling scope changes, coping with evolving requirements, and addressing communication gaps.

This is important to remember that, effective business analysis is essential for organizations to make informed decisions, optimize processes, enhance products/services, and adapt to changing market conditions. It helps organizations align their initiatives with strategic objectives, reduce project risks, and increase the likelihood of project success.

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