This case study looks at how Netherlands-based TomTom International saw its business expand rapidly, and needed to improve how it reconciled transactions between its subsidiaries.
In a very short period of time, the company shifted from a simple business to one with much more complex needs.
“Suddenly, we had to think about enabling cross-border sales, outsourcing production, handling transfer pricing between companies, and restructuring our intellectual property,” said Marco Houweling, Finance Director at TomTom, Thus came the need for a new ERP system.
The New ERP System: 5 Keys to a Successful Go-Live
- Embed access control milestones into the mainstream project
- Recognize the real risks
- Identify conflicts before going live
- Define multi-dimensional rules
- Prepare your users for the changes