Commercial applications

Manufacturing

Engineering, bills of material, scheduling, capacity, workflow management, quality control, cost management, manufacturing process, manufacturing projects, manufacturing flow

Supply chain management

Order to cash, inventory, order entry, purchasing, product configuration, supply chain planning, supplier scheduling, inspection of goods, claim processing, commission calculation

Financials

General ledger, cash management, accounts payable, accounts receivable, fixed assets Project management Costing, billing, time and expense, performance units, activity management

Human resources

Human resources, payroll, training, time and attendance, roistering, benefits

Customer relationship management

Sales and marketing, commissions, service, customer contact and call center support Data services various "self-service" interfaces for customers, suppliers, and/or employees Access control Management of user privileges for various processes

ERP systems are cross-functional and enterprise-wide. All functional departments that are involved in operations or production are integrated in one system. In addition to areas such as manufacturing, warehousing, logistics, and information technology, this typically includes accounting, human resources, marketing and strategic management

This new generation of software is web-based and based on 3 tear architecture and cloud computing allows both employees and external resources (such as suppliers and customers) real-time access to the system's data. Though traditionally ERP packages have been on-premise installations, our ERP systems are now also available as Software as a Service.

Best practices

Best practices are incorporated into our  ERP  software packages. When implementing an ERP system, organizations can choose between customizing the software or modifying their business processes to the "best practice" function delivered in the "out-of-the-box" version of the software

Prior to ERP, software was developed to fit individual processes of an individual business. Due to the complexities of most ERP systems and the negative consequences of a failed ERP implementation, We have included "Best Practices" into our software.
These "Best Practices" are what the Vendor deems as the most efficient way to carry out a particular business process in an Integrated Enterprise-

Implementation

Implementing ERP software is typically too complex for "in-house" skill, so we have consultants who are professionally trained to implement these systems. This is typically the most cost effective way. There are three types of services that may be employed for - Consulting, Customization, Support.

The length of time to implement an ERP system depends on the size of the business, the number of modules, the extent of customization, the scope of the change and the willingness of the customer to take ownership for the project. ERP systems are modular, so they don't all need be implemented at once. It can be divided into various stages, or phase-ins. We provide three areas of professional services: consulting; customization; and support. The client organization can also employ independent program management, business analysis, change management, and UAT specialists to ensure their business requirements remain a priority during implementation

Data migration

Data migration is one of the most important activities in determining the success of an ERP implementation. The following are steps of a data migration strategy that can help with the success of an ERP implementation

Identifying the data to be migrated
Determining the timing of data migration
Generating the data templates
Freezing the tools for data migration
Deciding on migration related setups
Deciding on data archiving

Process preparation

We have designed end customer’s systems around standard business processes, based upon best business practices.

linking each current organizational process to the organization's strategy;
analyzing the effectiveness of each process in light of its current related business capability;
understanding the automated solutions currently implemented

Configuration &Tuning

Configuring an ERP system is largely a matter of balancing the way you want the system to work with the way the system lets you work. Begin by deciding which modules to install, then adjust the system using configuration tables to achieve the best possible fit in working with your company’s processes.

Modules — Most systems are modular simply for the flexibility of implementing some functions but not others. Some common modules, such as finance and accounting are adopted by nearly all companies implementing enterprise systems; others however such as human resource management are not needed by some companies and therefore not adopted.

Configuration Tables – A configuration table enables a company to tailor a particular aspect of the system to the way it chooses to do business.

Consulting services – we offer fallowing consulting services for ERP implementation.

  • selecting
  • planning
  • training
  • testing
  • implementation
  • delivery

of any customized modules. Examples of customization includes creating processes and reports for compliance, additional product training; creation of process triggers and workflow; specialist advice to improve how the ERP is used in the business; system optimization; and assistance writing reports, complex data extracts or implementing Business Intelligence For most mid-sized companies, the cost of the implementation will range from around the list price of the ERP user licenses to up to twice this amount (depending on the level of customization required).