What You Should DoBy Larry Dignan | Posted 2003-08-08 Email Print
The consumer-products giant is in the middle of an SAP implementation it hopes will help save $250 million annually.
What You Should Do to Make An SAP Installation Succeed
Make sure the software you are licensing doesn't exceed the needs of the company.
Don't Think Different
Avoid customizing SAP interfaces, and use modules that deliver quick returns.
Watch Consulting Fees
Not only can consulting fees double or triple the costsuch deployments often fail.
On average, companies train their SAP users an average of 49 hours.