Having just completed implementing your enterprise-wide software, you are about lean back, put your feet up on the desk, and enjoy the fruits of your labor. Not so fast! While you were completing your implementation project, a new release of the software may have already hit the street or, for sure, there is one in the pipeline. Now you are faced with the decision as to if and when to take on the new release. Maybe now is the time to look at how a new class of software tools, enterprise process improvement (EPI), can assist you in the upgrade decision.
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of mapping values against business processes can be avoided. The reporting will prioritize the processes based on annualized dollar savings or cost avoidance. At this point users can target the new processes offering significant benefits. The summation of these processes will approximate the total value expected from the new release. An EPI study should typically take 5 to 10 days to complete at a cost ranging from $10,000 to $16,000 (USD). In lean times or when vendors are trying to encourage their