Enterprise System | Report

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Running head: ENTERPRISE SYSTEMEnterprise SystemName of the StudentName of the UniversityAuthor’s note
1ENTERPRISE SYSTEMExecutive SummaryChris was once the High Court judge got awarded because of providing free legal support tothe community. His son, Richard, a Law graduate from Melbourne wanted to accompany hisfather. They both together open an organization namedChris and Richard's Legal support(CRLS) to help the financially backward people to get the free legal advice. Cloud ERP canbring significant changes to CRLS. The report highlighted the reasons why CRLS shouldadopt the cloud technology for the betterment of the company. It has also been showcased thepotential benefits that ERP can bring to CRLS. The limitations have been stated as well. Theorganizational commitment has been elaborated on the basis of ERP and the company’sobjectives. The risks and the issues which Chris and Richard can face have been illustrated indetails. The current business has been grandstand in the report and along with that, therecommendations have been given for the proposed changes that can be made to the businessprocesses.
2ENTERPRISE SYSTEMTable of Contents1. Introduction............................................................................................................................32. An argument to persuade management that Cloud ERP is required.....................................32.1. The reason for change.....................................................................................................32.2. Alignment of an ERP with the CRLS’s goals.................................................................42.3. Benefits and limitations of cloud based ERPs in the context of CRLS..........................42.4. Organisational commitment, especially from management for CRLS...........................73. An abridged feasibility analysis.............................................................................................84. Issues that may arise due to incomplete elicitation of requirements and misalignmentbetween the business processes..................................................................................................85. Risks associatedwith BPR and ERP customization..............................................................96. Current business processes...................................................................................................107. Recommendations and proposed changes to the business processes...................................108. Conclusion............................................................................................................................119. References............................................................................................................................12
3ENTERPRISE SYSTEM1. IntroductionChris was once the High Court judge got awarded because of providing free legalsupport to the community. His son, Richard, a Law graduate from Melbourne wanted toaccompany his father. They both together open an organization namedChris and Richard'sLegal support (CRLS) to help the financially backward people to get the free legal advice.They decided to do all the business activities manually but later they found it difficult to copeup with the records of the lawyers and clients’ details (Gupta et al. 2017). They are now in anethical dilemma whether they should adopt the Cloud ERP or not.This report will highlight the reasons why they should need the change, the issuesthey faced while conducting the business activities manually have been showcased. Thereport show lights on the benefits and limitations of ERP, the organization commitment,alignment of ERP with respect to CRLS aim. The report also grandstands the feasibilityanalysis, the current business activities they are undertaking and the recommendations for thebusiness processes.2. An argument to persuade management that Cloud ERP is required2.1. The reason for changeCRLS has taken the great initiative to help the financially backward people to get thelegal advice free from the lawyers. They have opened three branches in Melbourne, Sydneyand Brisbane and have recruited 18 administration staff and 30 lawyers.They have 50volunteers working across the three branches and they all do their work manually. They arefacing the issues to maintain the records or keep things up to date; they are messing up whilehandling the lawyers’, clients’ activities (Nowak and Kurbel 2016). Also, they are facingissues to make a list of lawyers and clients and which case the lawyers dealing with. Theyopted for a computerized system but due to the excessive cost of hardware and software they
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