eQuip: Why Spreadsheets and ERP are Inadequate for Government Property ManagementStacey Kramer2020-02-03T12:46:39-05:00
Why Spreadsheets and ERP are Inadequate for Government Property Management
Our team performed a survey of about 300 professionals from about 150 government contractors. The participants were all involved in managing government property with mid- to large-sized government contractors.
What we found shocked us.
When asked “What type of system do you use to track Government Property?”
58% of participants said they use either ERP module or spreadsheets to manage government property
When asked “Do you believe you know where every item of Government Property is, with good records to show an Auditor?”
53% of the participants said “I sure hope so,” or “No”
This means that a majority of those we spoke with did not have an adequate government property management system, and did not have an adequate handle on their GFP.
Upon further research, we’ve found several challenges that these inadequate systems cause which may lead to insufficient government property management.
In this white paper, you’ll learn:
Our data on spreadsheets and ERP systems
Common challenges in managing government property with spreadsheets and ERP systems
How to choose a system to adequately manage government property
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