An ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) is a software that incorporates all the business processes, functions and data in an organization into one single system to be shared within a company. Improper ERP implementation risks the future of a business and a shoddy job insinuates head crash. Smooth operations, subsequent changes and upgrades solely depend on successful implementations.

Though its numerous benefits in organizations, not every firm successfully implements an ERP system due to challenges associated with implementation. Most common challenges associated with implementation include:

1. Lack of commitment and support from senior management

2. Insufficient requirement analysis

3. Poor communication with end-users

4. Inappropriate training of end-user

5. Implementation cost

6. Implementation time

7. Inadequate infrastructure and compatibility issues

8. System Integration

9. Lack of competent project management technique

10. Misinterpretation of change requirements

11. ERP vendor

12. Failure to redesign business functionalities and processes

13. Incompatible business processes

14. Conflict within user team members

15. Formation of project team members

Since fruitful ERP implementation inevitably changes organizational operations, it requires a proper calculated approach with maximum commitment, dedication and most importantly, suitable ERP vendor.