How to Substitute Agile ERP Implementation for the Waterfall Approach
published April 18, 2009
New research about ERP projects reveals a number of unnerving facts: ERP implementations take a long time (almost always much longer than anticipated), cost more than projected, and often deliver less than a half of anticipated benefits. At the same time, general IT projects seem to deliver increasingly more predictable results.
Why the difference? General IT projects usually rely on an increased adoption of agile methodologies.
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