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Expert Insight Video for Manufacturing, Distribution & Supply Chain: How to Launch a Composable ERP Strategy

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Expert Insight 4-Minute Video for Manufacturing, Distribution & Supply Chain: How to Launch a Composable ERP Strategy by Gartner

Watch this 4-minute Expert Insight Video: How to Launch a Composable ERP Strategy by Gartner. This quick video describes the four tasks ERP application leaders in manufacturing, distribution & supply chain organizations must undertake to launch a composable ERP strategy.

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Learn More: Composable ERP Helps Manufacturers Adapt to Change

Manufacturers have seen enterprise resource planning go through several phases, from Modern ERP to Postmodern ERP and now, in an age of extremely rapid change, to composable ERP. But what exactly is composable ERP?

Composable ERP is an ERP technology strategy that helps your organization adapt to change by creating fundamental administrative and operational capabilities, independent of any specific ERP vendor.

Launching a composable ERP strategy involves four critical steps:

    • Define business capabilities that you must measurably improve within a given period.
    • Think of ERP not as a specific ERP technology or system but as an application strategy that manages business capabilities to help you achieve business outcomes.
    • Define your integration, data, and user experience strategies. For example, integration might mean adding a platform and compatible applications, and user experience might mean moving from a single portal to a multi-experience platform.
    • Improve everyone’s skills, including enhancing your ERP support team’s skillset from vendor-specific technology to a broader skillset based on integration and data management, and improving the skills of your end users.