Selecting the right enterprise software for your organization can be a critical task – choosing the wrong solution can affect the entire company. Too often software implementations fail, not because the team members were in any way incompetent, but because they did not sufficiently analyze or evaluate the best solutions for the organization in the first place.
Workbook 2.3 Process Stakeholders Letter Company Letter Head Here Modify or Delete all information colored BLUE. Be sure to change all text to BLACK before printing or sending. In you’re opening paragraph, get right to the point in the first sentence. State why you are writing this letter and what you would like the reader to do. Be pleasant and businesslike in your tone. [Stakeholder Name] [Stakeholder Title] [Stakeholder Department (if within organization)] [OR Stakeholder Company (if outside organization)] February 19, 2010 Dear [Enter First Name], As you are aware, we are in the process of evaluating [ ] software for our organization. As part of this evaluation, we are documenting all departmental processes that will be affected by the software. We will be holding a meeting on [ ] to discuss all of the affected processes, to identify those processes that are most critical or financially beneficial to the organization, and to brainstorm ways that these processes could be made more efficient or improved by the acquisition of software. Please find below two items: 1. The first draft of the processes that we have identified as being affected. 2. The meeting
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