EAM/ERP Market Assessment
An unbiased market review that enables an informed choice about ERP or EAM system investments.
It is inevitable that organisations mature and that means that their systems mature too. It is important that organisations recognise when to carry their business forward along with the ever-changing business environment.
There are many reasons why your organisation might be prompted to move from one Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) or Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system to another. It could be that you need a systems upgrade, are having issues with the functionality of your current system, your current system doesn't support the growth of your business, or the solution is coming towards end of support from the vendor.
A COSOL EAM/ERP Market Assessment can assist asset-intensive organisations in reviewing which best-of-breed EAM/ERP systems would suit their needs and objectives.
In order to understand your organisation's strategic objectives, we run a number of workshops with the different business streams – including key stakeholders, finance, maintenance, human resources, and workplace health and safety teams.
Once we have identified the priorities for a new EAM system, we then use that information to drive a requirement-gathering exercise to provide unbiased recommendations of shortlisted EAM systems. This will come in the form of a physical report with the fit-gap analysis that will essentially give your organisation all the data it needs to put together a business case to invest in a new system.
Is it time to rethink your enterprise systems?
Make the right business decision to move your business forward through an unbiased independent report with your business objectives in mind.
Make an informed decision based on an objective methodology that helps reduce implementation risks.
ASSURANCE IN YOUR INVESTMENT
Have the confidence in your choice of the recommended shortlisted EAM/ERP systems that appropriately suits your needs.
REDUCE SYSTEM SELECTION TIME
Reduce time spent preparing, issuing and evaluating RFPs