Defense organizations are highly dependent upon enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems for the back office and, increasingly, the battlefield. 

With billions of dollars invested in ERP, these systems have become a central part of the modern defense landscape, speeding up transactions and informing quick, decisive action. 

In seeking the right choice of ERP, defense organizations have to meet the unique challenges of a mobile battlefield, where latency is high and bandwidth is low.

Our Global Defense network of member firms recently held in-depth discussions on ERP system implementation with senior IT leaders across the Five Eyes community (Australia, Canada, New Zealand, UK and US). You can find out more about the experiences of these organizations below. 

Future discussions with Defense Chief Information Officers (CIOs) will include cyber security, software modifications, outsourcing, change management and implementation.

Real-time data analysis

Data and analytics are a major priority, legacy ERPs hinder today’s mobile requirements.

 
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Data analytics capability within Five Eyes community

Canada’s DND and the US Army improve battlefield readiness through advanced BI tools

 
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The power of cloud

Cloud ERP solutions can reduce costs and improve operations...

 
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Cloud capability within the Five Eyes community

Utilizing the power of cloud to reduce investment in IT infrastructure and build agility.

 
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Addressing concerns over cloud security

Despite recognizing the value of the cloud, concerns over infrastructure security remain.

 
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Preparing for a successful implementation

ERP systems have many benefits but successful implementation has been notoriously low.

 
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