How implement the system in your company?

    Starting with ERP can be a rather complicated process especially if want to more than the minimal system, that is why having a tested and documented implementation process is essential. For the minimal system the end user can often do most of the work himself and need only occasional help. For the full system you need support for the complete implementation process which can take up to 1-2 years to complete.
If you need functionality between the minimal and full system pick from from the full version what you need, ask us to add it to the minimal version and start!

Minimal implementation

6 step minimal GrowERP implementation process.

These 6 steps are for the minimal system with minimal adjustments, still it will be possible to add any functionality of the full version.

  1. Set up.
    1. Send an email to to request an online GrowERP system just for you.
    2. Download the setup and test instruction manual and see if GrowERP minimal is a system, for you.>/li>
    3. After receiving the confirmation email login, login and follow the directions in the document.
  2. Import or enter products.
    1. Import: Create a product spreadsheet list in the format as described on the product upload screen, upload the products.
    2. Entry: select the 'product add' button and complete the screens.
    3. Import or enter customers.
  3. Import or enter customers./suppliers.
    1. Import: Create a spreadsheet list in the format as described on the party upload screen, upload the supliers/customers.
    2. Entry: select the 'party add' button and complete the screens.
  4. Setup website and E-Commerce. (or ask us to do it according your design)
    1. Goto the CMS option and modify the existing pages.
  5. Test the E-Commerce ordering and back-end order entry, If you need help send your questions to

Full implementation

8 step intermediate to full GrowERP implementation process.

These 8 steps are for a version between the full and minimal version. Here the requirmements gathering process is coming into the picture and a larger project organization is required

  1. Introduction.
    1. Introduce this implementation process.
    2. Introduce the Scrum implementation framework.
    3. Explain roles and responsibilities.
  2. Document current situation.
    1. Automated processes.
      1. Systems and technology used.
      2. Data and data organization.
      3. Reports.
      4. Employee roles involved.
      5. Employee expert contact.
    2. Manual processes.
      1. Process description.
      2. Employee roles involved.
      3. Employee expert contact.
  3. Document the future situation.
    1. List employee roles involved.(Used in security)
    2. List the input every employee function needs to receive.
    3. List the actions every employee function need to perform.
    4. Define required reports and further output and/or interfaces.
  4. Create the Scrum requirements backlog of actions to go from current to future situation.
    1. Create Scrum backlog, a list of actions in priority order.
    2. Align backlog with existing OFBiz function. (system customization or organization change?)
    3. Estimate time for every backlog item.
    4. Prioritize backlog listing.
  5. Define project organization and setup Scrum support system.
    1. CEO or member of board of directors, Steering committee.
    2. Product owner, responsible for the backlog.
    3. Implementation team(s).
    4. Share holders for read access to the scrum support system.
    5. Set up the Scrum support system and import created backlog in previous step.
    6. Create all required log-ins in the Scrum system and notify by email.
  6. Implement top number 1-x backlog in first sprint.
    1. Implementation of backlog.
    2. Create automated test.
    3. Create installation/end user documentation/help screens.
    4. When finished start the next sprint until completed.
  7. Installation preparation.
    1. Test installation.
    2. Data conversion test.
    3. User acceptance test.
    4. User/Sysadmin training.
    5. Roll back test.
    6. Backup test.
    7. System load test.
  8. Go live.
    1. Last conversion.
    2. Last user test.
    3. Make the system available.