At the present time, many business processes are working on ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) programs. In order to achieve corporate goals, the adequacy, effectiveness and efficiency of control points in business processes built on ERP systems should be evaluated from a risk-oriented perspective.
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems provide end-to-end solutions for companies that focus on reliable and advanced business processes, and it is a business process management software that manages and integrates an organization's financial, supply chain, operations, reporting, manufacturing and human resources activities. However, the realization of the added value expected from these systems in a fast, accurate and complete manner requires an effective project management approach. The complete setup of processes, the selection of the right suppliers, and the monitoring of project resources and risks are critical for system implementation.