Implementing SAP ERP in Latin America? Understanding government regulations is key

Sponsored by Invoiceware International

Date: Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Time: 2:00 pm EDT/ 11:00 am PDT

Duration: 60 minutes (including Q&A)


Steve Sprague
Vice President of Product Strategy,
Invoiceware International

Are you looking to implement or upgrade SAP ERP in Latin America? If so, there is a significant factor that you need to consider: government regulations. Whether you are expanding current operations across the region or looking to bring legacy ERP systems onto your global template, Latin America can be a great success story or a massive failure depending on whether or not you are prepared for the region’s slew of mandates and laws.

Underestimating the impact of government regulations can lead to higher risk and costs across your system landscape. Attend this webinar and learn how to avoid the five biggest mistakes that can lead to cost overruns during your SAP deployment. Topics include:

  • Key government regulations that impact the design of sales and distribution, materials management, and financials components
  • How to avoid WRICEF (workflow, reports, interfaces, conversions, enhancements, and forms) cost overruns
  • Key training and level 2 support requirements that are often overlooked and, if mismanaged, could cause operational shutdowns in the region
  • Change management best practices for avoiding government-mandated regression testing timelines that can adversely affect other global projects

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