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Good Practices in Government Resource Planning, Developed vs Developing Countries

Good Practices in Government Resource Planning, Developed vs Developing Countries

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Explores similarities and differences in GRP implementations
Explores similarities and differences in GRP implementations

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Published by: FreeBalanceGRP on Feb 21, 2013
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PFM Domain
GRP
 
R
EFORM AND
M
ODERNIZATION
 
Good Practice
 
V
ENDOR
E
XPERIENCE AND
S
UCCESS
 
Applicable
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MERGING
E
CONOMIES AND
D
EVELOPED
C
OUNTRIES
 
FreeBalance
 
Public Financial Management
 
Good Practices
 
 
 
FreeBalance
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how cangovernmentsevaluate the successof COTS PFMvendors? 
 
Emerging economy and developed country governments are increasinglyadopting Commercial-Off-the-Shelf (COTS) software to replace legacy andcustom developed software applications for financial, budget, expenditure, tax,treasury and civil service management.
 
These governments leverage software applications, often called FinancialManagement Information Systems (FMIS), to enable involved in Public FinancialManagement (PFM) reform and modernization.
 
Government organizations can chose to acquire Enterprise Resource Planning(ERP) COTS software from large software firms whose software is used in
multiple “vertical” markets or 
Government Resource Planning (GRP)softwaredesigned exclusively for governments.
 
FreeBalance is unique among the three leading COTS FMIS vendors togovernment through a 100% GRP focus.
 
Large ERP vendors and systems integration firms have strong marketingdepartments and large marketing budgets to influence potential clients. Thiscan result in the impression that large multinational firms have had significantsuccess in meeting government public financial management goals.
 
Some vendors are also able to present Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt (FUD) about competing vendors often presenting a misleading impression of the real value of software choices.
 
FUD has been used specifically to give government decision-makers misleadingimpressions about FreeBalance.
 
what has been theFreeBalance globalGRP contribution ?
1.
 
FreeBalance GRP software has a much higher implementation andsustainability success rate that ERP software in industry or government.2.
 
FreeBalance GRP software has been successful implemented in advanced,middle income and fragile states.3.
 
FreeBalance has modern web-based software that is technically more advancedthat legacy web-enabled software provided by leading ERP vendors.
has ERP beensuccessful indeveloped nationgovernments forfinancialmanagement?
 
Major ERP Project Failure in Developed Country Governments
 
A large ERP shared services project in
France
 
National Audit Office in the
United Kingdom
 
what are the majordifficultiesexperienced in ERPimplementations inthe public sector indevelopedcountries?
ERP failures and cost overruns in the public sector have resulted in difficulties,contract cancelations and lawsuits: 
 
Australia: 
 
Canada
 
France:
 
Ireland:
 
United Kingdom:
 university,councils(1) (2) (3)and government ministries(1) (2)  (3) 
 
United States
: non-profit, school district,universities (1) (2) (3) (4) (5), a police department,cities(1) (2) (3) (4), counties(1) (2), state government(1) (2) (3) (4),
 
,
federal government(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) 

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