a- Small size of the firm. Here, personal skills and controls come to the fore and the need for a system is not felt.


b- The management has not been informed about the advantages of the system and has not made an assessment yet,


c- Although the management knows the advantages of the system, knowing that the existing staff and structure do not match with the system, it considers continuing with the existing structure for a certain period of time,


d- The narrow vision of the unit or element that connects the company with technology. In many companies, the units or persons appointed as the owner of these subjects do not have the vision and infrastructure required by this task. In a sense, they imprison the company in their own vision and condemn the company to look at technology with the same glasses.


e- By consciously measuring the advantages of the system, not considering it as an investment with a high return, but perceiving it as an expense item.


f- Being imprisoned in one's own assumptions. Having an opinion without being informed.


g- Thinking that the company is very special in both its execution and work, and that an ERP solution cannot be the solution for these special works.