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ERP Advisors Group is a consulting firm made up of consultants, experts, and integrators, specializing in the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) market for mid- to large-sized companies around the world. With over 20 years of experience in ERP implementation, we have a success rate that is unparalleled. ERP Advisors Group does not accept compensation or incentives of any kind from providers. We only select exactly what is best for the client, no matter what.

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Below are descriptions of some of the key programs available on their site.

5 Mistakes Every Executive Should Avoid When Selecting an ERP (Part 1)
In working with clients, we see the mistakes that businesses often make when selecting their ERP software, so we made a list of the top 5 mistakes that executives and businesses should be aware of when selecting their ERP software.
5 Mistakes Every Executive Should Avoid When Selecting an ERP (Part 2)
In Part 1 of the 5 mistakes every executive should avoid when selecting an ERP we discussed the first three mistakes every executive makes when selecting an ERP software. In Part 2 we will discuss the last two mistakes and what could ultimately make or break your implementation process.

Is the Cloud a Viable Solution for Accounting Systems?
We help businesses select and implement enterprise applications such as accounting software that meets the needs and goals of the organization. One of the most common questions we are asked is: Should accounting systems exist in the cloud and are they secure and reliable enough? We examine what it means to have accounting systems in the cloud, the different types of cloud deployment, and the advantages and disadvantages of having your accounting software in the cloud.
How HR Software Can Improve Employee Morale
HR software has the potential to touch every single employee in your business, impacting not only HR specialists but also managers, executives and all the way down to the newest member of your team. Here are a few ways good HR software positively affects each level of employee in your business.

Leveraging a Reporting and Analytics Tool to Fully Realize the Potential of Your ERP
Improved reporting and visibility are the main reasons businesses decide to select and implement an ERP software or a financials package. But simply implementing an ERP doesn’t always bring the benefits companies are looking for and that is where an Enterprise Performance Management Tool (EPM) or Corporate Management Performance tool comes into play. Learn how to leverage a reporting and analytics tool to fully realize the potential of your ERP system.

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What is Professional Services Automation
Professional services automation is especially beneficial for professional services organizations that provide a specific service to their clients. These organizations typically utilize a project management tool, but often need tools to track time, expenses, profitability, revenue recognition and more, which is why a specific software tool is needed. When discussing professional services software, you will often hear it referred to as professional services automation (PSA), Services Resource Management, ERP for Professional Services, or Project Portfolio Management (PPM). PPM has a slightly different meaning than the others, as it is often driven more towards internal IT groups or internal project groups with a focus on capitalization of the overall project.

The 5 Biggest Pitfalls for Implementing an ERP
While most people don’t like to talk about failures, we think it is important that businesses understand the risk involved in implementing not only ERP software, but also human capital management HR software, supply chain management software, or customer relationship management (CRM) software. We discuss the 5 biggest pitfalls that occur during an ERP Implementation and how to avoid them.

Factors That Lead to a Botched Implementation and How To Avoid Them
A botched implementation is when the implementation fails to meet the original objectives of the project and in our experience. We discuss four instances that cause these types of botched implementations.

Why You Should (or Should Not) Upgrade Your ERP System
We typically advise companies to avoid upgrading their ERP system unless absolutely necessary because it is a large undertaking. We discuss the 5 most common reasons why companies upgrade their ERP system, and when to know if your company needs to upgrade their financials or ERP system.

When to Pull the Plug on an Implementation Project
Have you ever had or known someone who had a “money pit” home improvement project? One of those projects with poor preparation, compounded problems, continual unexpected issues and uncontrollable expenses piled up? At what point do you just stop and say you’ve wasted too much money on this project? We talk about when you should pull the plug on an implementation project or when to keep going.

What to Do When You Outgrow Your Accounting Software
We aim to answer the questions you might have about when to upgrade your accounting software. If your business is experiencing rapid growth then you likely have been considering buying new accounting software. But where do you start? What are the best applications in the market for your business? Should you go cloud-based or on-premise? How can you get the best deal on the price? How long does it take to implement a new system? How can you make sure you don’t select the wrong application? What do you need to do after the new system is implemented to ensure it is used effectively?

Utilizing and Enterprise Performance Management Tool to Maximize Your ERP Benefits
We discuss how to fully utilize your ERP software by implementing an Enterprise Performance Management tool and why these tools are so valuable. To get the most out of ERP software applications, businesses should utilize as much of the software as possible. That is where Enterprise Performance Management tools, or EPMs, come into play. What we often see with our clients and in the marketplace is ongoing confusion around EPMs and how they relate back to ERP solutions.