Based on their tolerance for risk, resource availability, and legacy system constraints, companies utilize different approaches during their ERP implementation. To determine the best approach, companies may ask questions like: “Is the ERP project localized or spread across all units?”, “What is the required ERP functionality?”, “What ERP modules will be implemented?”, etc. There are pros and cons for both a phased and big bang approach. Due to this, some organizations will chose to adopt a hybrid approach, which combines the best elements of the various ERP project options.

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