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ERP - Enterprise Resource Planning

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Broward County’s Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) project is an enterprise-wide initiative, administered by the Enterprise Technology Services (ETS) through an ERP Project Office. An ERP system is software that replaces many stand-alone systems of individual departments and offices – such as finance, budget, purchasing, project and grants management, payroll and human resource management – and integrates the functions and the business rules into a single system that runs off a single database. Many governments and private sector organizations have turned to an ERP to help manage information and resources more effectively.

Broward County will begin their ERP Project in August 2014. The scope of software includes PeopleSoft, iNovah and NeoGov. Sierra-Cedar (formerly known as CedarCrestone, Inc.) has been selected as the vendor to design and implement the ERP Project over a 51 month period organized by three major Rollouts.

Rollout 1 starts August 2014 with the following PeopleSoft Modules being implemented:

  • General Ledger
  • Accounts Receivables & Billing
  • Accounts  Payables
  • eBill Payment
  • Commitment Control
  • Expenses
  • Grants
  • Project Costing
  • Customer Contracts
  • eProcurement
  • eSupplier
  • Purchasing
  • Business Intelligence for reporting
  • Hyperion for CAFR
    Other software:
  • iNovah
  • NeoGov

Rollout 2 starts July 2016 implementing the following PeopleSoft Modules:

  • Asset Management
  • IT Asset Management
  • Cash Management
  • Inventory
  • Strategic Sourcing
  • Supplier Contracts Management
  • Benefit Administration/Base Benefits
  • Succession Planning
  • Human Resources
  • Payroll
  • Absence Management
  • Time & Labor
  • Hyperion Public Sector Planning & Budgeting

Rollout 3 starts January 2018 implementing the following PeopleSoft Modules:

  • Performance Measurement
  • Enterprise Learning Management
  • Human Capital Management (eApplications)

An estimated timeline for completion has been established for each Rollout, with Rollout 1 estimated to be complete by June 2016; making it the longest phase of the project.

A Motion to Approve the Enterprise Resource Project (ERP) contracts was approved by the Board on May 3, 2014.

Broward County Purchasing Division