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    Processes Codified in ERP

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    Reflect on the readings for this module as well as those from previous modules when you consider this module's discussion question. In your response, take into account the time constraints on modern businesses in terms of time to market and demand for innovation. As an aside, and not as part of the assignment, you may wish to consider how your answers would or would not change if you were considering a craftsmen-type or vertically-integrated business.

    Based on the above information and on your reflection of the readings for the course, respond to the following:

    If continuous improvement is the key to remain competitive, then why do firms codify so many processes into enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems?

    Does this limit innovation and if so, how can that risk be reduced? If you were an ERP vendor what would be your perspective?

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    Firms codify so many processes into ERP systems in order to establish a strong platform for future innovation and ensure scalability of processes. It does not limit innovation if the processes are flexible enough to be modified in light of changing trends in the future. Processes have to be ...

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    Discusses whether processes codified in ERP are risky for organizations seeking continuous improvement and ways to reduce the risks.