In order to properly define your cloud ERP requirements, you need to document current business processes and functional gaps in the system you currently have. It is important to ask which processes can be improved and how would you like your new system to function? 

There are four areas where your requirements should land:

Essential: What are features or functions that are essential for the company to be able to operate?

Desirable: Which functions would enhance the usefulness of your new system?

Future needs: These functions may not be required immediately but will be necessary soon, depending on your company’s growth and advances in technology.

Luxuries: What non-essential functions would make work easier?

Using these four areas, your team should start creating a list of functions that are essential and work their way towards non-essential functions. By the time you’re done, the list should have features and functions that are expected by the time the project is complete. 

It is important to explain why each requirement is listed to those outside the team who will understand the need. Most importantly, keep it simple, unnecessary details may complicate an already detailed process. We want to see your company succeed.

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