Enterprise Resource planning software :
ERP is an ability of an organisation to respond to the changes in the market. As the trends of the market have upgrade, ERP has helped companies to standby the competitors in the local and international market.
A Good ERP is the integration of data from all aspects of an organization
Enterprise Resource Planning systems (ERPs) integrate (or attempt to integrate) all data and processes of an organization into a unified system. A typical ERP system will use multiple components of computer software and hardware to achieve the integration. A key ingredient of most ERP systems is the use of a unified database to store data for the various system modules.
The main objective of using ERP is cost reduction, multiplied processing speed,and also to achieve customer satisfaction.
Implementation of the ERP Software :
Because of their wide scope of application within a business, ERP software systems are typically complex and usually impose significant changes on staff work practices. The length of time to implement an ERP system depends on the size of the business, the scope of the change. A small project (e.g. a company of less than 100 staff) may be planned and delivered within 3 months; however, a large, multi-country implementation may take a lonher time.To implement ERP systems firms typically provide three areas of professional services : Consulting, Customization and Support.
The Consulting team is typically responsible for the initial ERP implementation and subsequent delivery of work to tailor the system beyond "go live". Typically such tailoring includes additional product training, creation of process, specialist advice to improve how the ERP is used in the business, system optimisation; and assistance writing reports, complex data extracts or implementing Business Intelligence.The consulting team are also responsible for planning and jointly testing the implementation. This is a critical part of the project.
Customisation is the process of extending or changing how the system works by writing new user interfaces and underlying application code. Such customisations typically reflect local work practices that are not currently in the core routines of the ERP system software.
The Professional Services team is also involved during ERP upgrades to ensure that customisations are compatible with the new release. Our ERP packages our made very generic in their reports and enquiries to help the client use it without any hassles.
Maintenance and Support Services
Once your system has been implemented, our consulting team will typically enter into a Support Agreement to assist your staff keep the ERP software running in an optimal way. A Maintenance Agreement typically provides you rights to all current version patches, and both minor and major releases, and will most likely allow your staff to raise support calls.