Let’s be honest, EPM projects are expensive. It’s even more expensive when a project fails. These projects are intricate and require expertise that you can only get from an implementation partner. So, when the project fails, who’s to blame?
You probably want to place all the blame on the implementation partner. That might seem fair, especially if this is your first time venturing into the world of EPM. But, remember — you entered into a contract — so if certain parameters weren’t laid out, the partner can take your money and run.
But how can you tell when an implementation partner won’t live up to your expectations if you haven’t even started the project? In this blog post, we’ll cover the top six reasons EPM projects fail and the warning signs to look for while evaluating implementation partners.