How Kenyan and Ugandan businesses can ensure a smooth and successful implementation of SunSystems, including testing, migration, and go-live

It is common knowledge that Sunsystems is the leading accounting and financial management system worldwide. As they say, “numbers don’t lie.” With over 9,000 businesses in over 200 countries, including the world’s biggest cooperations like Feralli, Investopedia, and Red Hat Inc, as well as some in Kenya and Uganda, it is clear that Sunsystems is a leader in business management systems.

That said, if your business is in Kenya, Uganda or any of the East African countries, and would like to be part of the 9,000 successful businesses using Sunsystems, you need an Infor certified partner to deploy it. Sunsystems can be implemented both locally or on-the-cloud. The diferences lies in your needs and you will need an expert like Flaxem Systems to help you make the right decision.implementation of infor Sunsystems in Kenya, Uganda, East Africa

However, there are general implementation steps we can help shade a light in this post that you will find very useful before you go all in. Here are some steps businesses can take to ensure a smooth and successful implementation of SunSystems in Kenya and Uganda:

We already created a much more detailed article on implementation of Sunsystems which you can find here but this post is intended to be a digestable and easier to read guide.

1. Testing: Thoroughly test the system before going live to ensure that it meets the requirements of the business and that all business processes are supported. Test data migration, user access, and report functionality to identify and resolve any issues.

2. Data migration: Plan and execute a data migration strategy to ensure that data from existing systems is accurately and completely transferred to SunSystems. This should be done before go-live to minimize the risk of disruption to business operations.

3. User training: Provide training for users of SunSystems to ensure that they have a good understanding of the system and are able to use it effectively. This should include both online and in-person training, as well as hands-on sessions.

4. Go-live support: Provide support to users during the transition to SunSystems, including ongoing training and technical support. This can help to minimize any disruption to business operations and ensure that the system is adopted effectively.

5. Continuous improvement: Implement a continuous improvement program to identify areas for improvement and make changes to the system as needed. This can help to ensure that SunSystems continues to meet the needs of the business over time.

6. Maintenance: Ensure that the system is properly maintained, including regular software updates, backups, and security measures. This will help to minimize the risk of downtime and ensure that SunSystems continues to perform optimally.

By taking these steps, businesses in Kenya and Uganda can ensure a smooth and successful implementation of SunSystems and maximize the benefits of the system for their business.

If you are within the East Africa and Sub-Saharan region and are considering implementing a more robust and efficient accounting and financial management system, please book a free consultation with us at Flaxem Systems Limited. We are the official Golden partners of Infor, the creators of SunSystems in the region. We will help you understand whether Sunsystems is right for your business or Institution and guide you on the best approach to implementing it.

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