For organisations wanting to start their digital transformation journey this year, many will hit a change fatigue roadblock, discovering it is daunting to just think of the logistics involved amid remote work and pandemic uncertainty. With years of experience offering a blend of onsite and remote resources, Avaap consultants made an early transition at the start of COVID-19 concerns to execute fully or partially remote implementations and are eager to share the success secrets.
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As countries experience second or third waves of the coronavirus pandemic, many including the United Kingdom, are going back into lockdown. While organisations are more prepared than the first time around, those on legacy technology are at a disadvantage, likely only scraping by with tedious and time-consuming workarounds to maintain continuity and minimize disruption. Although it might seem counter-intuitive, now is the perfect time to embark on transformation, invest in modern cloud technology, and bring innovation to your operations.
For many organizations, now, more than ever, the move to a cloud-based ERP is front and center. Pandemic-based stay at home orders and the rise in remote work has prompted many organizations to reassess their current on-premise ERP systems and consider a cloud-based solution. These decisions require thoughtful discussion to ensure that the system selected is the right one for the organization and industry. Here is a list of some of the top considerations when thinking about the move toward cloud-based ERP.
Businesses of all sizes need to be focused on digital transformation, but it is even more important for small to medium size businesses. Investing in digital transformation can accelerate the development of new products, create new lines of business, and personalize the customer experience. Staying competitive relies on being proactive in introducing new technologies and the ability to implement change.
According to the most recent McKinsey Global Survey on digital transformations, more than eight in ten respondents say their organisations have undertaken such efforts in the past five years. Digital transformation provides a valuable opportunity to move away from manual processes, increase productivity and efficiency, and allow leaders to focus on more strategic initiatives.
As the new decade rolls in, there is no denying the escalating buzz around cloud and digital transformation. The most recent McKinsey Global Survey on digital transformation notes that more than eight in ten respondents say their organizations have undertaken such efforts in the past five years. The real question on everyone’s mind now is how will this technology improve organisation performance and impact the manufacturing industry in the upcoming year? Avaap’s Global Manufacturing General Manager Robin Irvine shares three bold predictions for ERP software in 2020: