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Implementation Services for Oracle ERP 2024
Part of a Series on ERP Implementations

author - Kaleb Harris
Kaleb Harris
author - Sam Eaquinto
Sam Eaquinto
May 24, 2024 | Read Time: 4  minutes

As more provider organizations choose to move forward with cloud-based ERP solutions, it is critical for them to implement the solution without negatively affecting day-to-day business. To avoid challenges during implementation, organizations are partnering with firms that offer implementation leadership and business transformation services. This report examines the client experience of three firms who provide implementation services for Oracle’s ERP suite and what these firms are doing to drive success.

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Key Findings:

  1. Deloitte Commended for Strong Partnership & Knowledge Base; PwC* Helps Clients Stay within Project Guardrails
  2. Alithya Respondents Report Inconsistent Experiences; Clients Want Firm to Better Share Best Practices
author - Sarah Hanson
Sarah Hanson
author - Breanne Hunter
Breanne Hunter
author - Sydney Toomer
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