Do You Need to Migrate All that Data?

Inventory & Accounting ERP Software

Minimize amount of data migrationData migration is just one part of the entire ERP implementation process, but tends to represent the largest percentage of implementation costs aside from employee training.  Data migration involves mapping information from old software to new, according to labels, titles and structures, and includes additional “massaging” or “cleaning up” to ensure bad data is not brought into the new system. Common examples of data that gets transferred are vendor, customer, and product information, as well as historical sales data, A/P and A/R outstanding, open sales orders, GL account numbers and balances, inventory quantities – essentially any data that is necessary.

The high costs associated with data migration are easily understandable when dealing with older companies who may have 30 plus years’ of information to accurately move over – often from outdated systems.  However, even as a start-up or newer company, there is usually some amount of data migration in the form of…

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