Enterprise Resource Planning

ERP stands for Enterprise Resource Planning.
It is a software system that helps businesses manage their day-to-day activities such as accounting, procurement, project management, risk management and compliance, and supply chain operations.
Enterprises in every industry want to use digitally driven operations to increase their productivity, agility and operational resilience. This is done by making use of innovative digital technologies, smart automation and advanced analytics to transform their operating processes.

Benefits of ERP

The benefits of implementing an ERP system in an organization will also improve daily business activities by streamlining business processes, which makes it easier and more efficient for companies to collect data, no matter what department they’re working in.
ERP systems can help small businesses automate their processes by streamlining business processes, improving inventory management, enhancing financial management, and more.
ERP software helps businesses by highlighting business process improvements, analyzing scenarios, unifying processes, gaining better visibility of employee productivity, streamlining technology throughout the business and providing a single source of truth.
ERP systems work by merging all of your company’s information into one database. By storing all data in one location, ERP systems for small businesses create a single source of truth that eliminates inconsistency and promotes collaboration between different divisions in your company.
ERP systems are also designed to automate repetitive tasks such as data entry and report generation. This reduces manual errors and frees up time for employees to focus on more strategic tasks.

Best Practices for ERP Implementations
Here are some best practices for a successful ERP Implementations:
  • Define your goals and objectives
  • Choose the right ERP system for your business
  • Develop a detailed implementation plan
  • Assign a dedicated project team
  • Ensure top management support and involvement
  • Communicate with employees and stakeholders
  • Provide adequate training to employees
  • Test the system thoroughly before going live
  • Monitor the system after implementation

How you can exploit ERP for your Enterprise?

Implementing an ERP system can bring many benefits to your business. However, it is important to determine whether or not it’s the right choice for your enterprise before making a decision. Firstly, evaluate the current processes and systems in place for procurement within your organization. If there are existing inefficiencies or gaps in communication, integration through an ERP system may streamline these processes. Secondly, assess the budget available for implementing an ERP system as well as ongoing maintenance costs. The cost-benefit analysis should be done carefully since implementation is costly but can provide long-term savings. Involve key stakeholders in the decision-making process to ensure that everyone is aligned with goals and objectives when implementing new technology solutions. By taking into account factors such as business size, current systems in place, budget considerations and stakeholder involvement you’ll have a better understanding of whether or not an ERP implementation is appropriate for procurement within your organization

How we support you?

Implementing an ERP system can be complex and sometimes challenging, largely because it affects people and business processes across the entire organization. Common ERP implementation challenges include project management, resistance to change, complexity of the project, data migration, data quality issues, lengthy implementation process, selecting the right vendor, top management approval, integration process, appropriate training, flexibility, resistance from employees and cost.
We offer Software as a Service for enterprise resource management, as a cloud-based deployment model where the ERP software is hosted and provided as a service by us. Instead of installing and maintaining the software on-premises, users access the ERP system through the internet, paying a subscription fee for usage.
SaaS ERP offers organizations scalability, flexibility, and cost-effectiveness, as we take care of infrastructure, updates, maintenance, and support.
If you have specialized business processes and business needs, they can be incirpoarted into the system.
We also offer integrations to your existing ERP or other implementations, which may be very essential for exploiting benefits in certain areas like cloud computing and AI. Due to our expsertise and experience we can also help to alleviate existing business problems and optimize your existing implementations, if needed.