Mining Services & Civil Construction


Key Challenges

Remediate an ERP implementation project and restructure of the project implementation team.

Manage change and transition across 4 key elements  Process, People, Technology and Information.

Positioned the business to be capable of executing large complex projects.


Manage and resolve the ERP implementation issues and implement it across all subsidiary companies.

Provide a unified transactional platform and improved project accounting and reporting.


A standardised integrated ERP solution across the group of companies.

Improved data and information availability and quality.

Reduced technology and application costs.

Improved people and process capability.

Created an enterprise architecture that would support the current and future states.  

A 9 x return on investment.

Key Facts

After struggling with a poor ERP implementation project, the NRW management team looked to Realising-Potential to manage the remediation of the project.

This meant a complete review of the project, its structure, deliverables and outcomes.

The plan was to implement a single ERP across the NRW group of companies to achieve standardisation of applications, processes, reporting and analytics.  The system was to provide a strong foundation for business capability.

This project has given NRW a standardized, unified platform to improve manageability, efficiency and reporting.

The project was completed within a twelve month timeframe.

Key outcomes and benefits included:

  • Standardisation of ERP platform.
  • Process and workflow improvement.
  • Reduced ICT costs.
  • A project completed on time, on budget.
  • Increased manageability, efficiency and agility.
  • Improved data and information quality and availability.
  • A commercially focused enterprise architecture.
  • The ability to execute large, complex projects.

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