Welcome to Sagg Networks
In 1995 a group of consultants at E & Y were helping their clients select software. They found that many companies were looking for software, but there were few resources to help them in a truly objective and unbiased manner.
What is Software Selection?
The SAGG software selection methodology is a focused program that helps decision makers in your company envision ways to take advantage of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). From requirements definition to creation of the RFP to contract negotiation with the vendor, SAGG will guide you through each step of the software selection process, and may continue offering support into the implementation as well.
Together we will answer such questions as
Our Software Selection Process
System Selection Committee Formation
Successful system implementations require involvement and support from users. User participation will not only result in better decision making, it will also generate a sense of ownership and commitment to the success of your project. These individuals will typically continue as members of your implementation team.
Business Process Review & Requirements Definition
Determine your needs prior to contacting vendors. Your new system should automate and/or support the way you would like to do things in the future. The Business Process Review (BPR) is designed to help you better meet your organization’s strategic goals and objectives by streamlining operations and eliminating process inefficiencies.
- Identify "as-is" business processes
- Implement lean processes
- Identify "to-be" business model
- Improve RIO
Based on the information gathered during the Requirements Definition phase, we will create an RFP or RFI and distribute it to 4-6 vendors. A standard grading system and methodology for gathering qualitative data will be used to evaluate each vendor and allow for group evaluations based on consistent criteria. Final presentations from 2 vendors will be scheduled after the evaluation process is complete.