ERP Managers, also known as Enterprise Resource Planning Managers, are responsible for the integration and maintenance of ERP applications or software within a company. They often lead a team of ERP Specialists who design and implement business solutions via ERP systems. A typical ERP Manager job description should include, but is not limited to: Consulting with business units to determine ERP requirements Performing diagnostic tests and resolving issues Installing and integrating ERP software/apps Providing training and support for end-users Writing scripts Designing user-friendly interfaces and functionalities Preparing technical and training manuals

What skills and qualifications should an ERP Manager have?

While a tertiary education in software development, IT, or computer science is recommended, it is not a strict requirement. Instead, ERP Managers should be able to demonstrate experience working within ERP, project management, or business administration, as well as in-depth knowledge of relevant programming languages.Other technical skills should include: Knowledge of Cloud Computing and SaaS Project management Budgeting and forecasting Some companies work with specific ERP applications -- like Oracle or SAP -- and may request experience or certifications from these companies.Soft skills should include: Communication Problem solving Analytical thinking Collaboration/teamwork Organisation Leadership/mentoring Business acumen
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