With the growth of your Company more employees, customers and sales appear. Memorizing and controlling workflows also becomes more difficult. For example, you can easily forget to call the client back, to send an invoice, or to undermine the delivery deadline. Over time, such mistakes will have a negative effect on the client’s loyalty and company's profits.
To save high quality of service and good relationships with customers and partners while your company grows, it is necessary to automate business processes.
Enterprise Resource Planning is a system aimed at managing and controlling all company resources. With its help you can easily distribute tasks between departments and individual employees.
ERP Information Systems are created to manage sales, employees, accounting. They also cover warehousing and accounting, electronic document management, ensures the automatic work of the main business processes.
According to statistics, about 50% of customers feel the benefits of technology implementation in the next six months. And over 90% of companies report a significant increase in the efficiency of key business processes. With the right approach to the development of the ERP systems you get 100% predictable benefits.
This program is a complete solution including HRM and CRM system. This means that you won’t have to further develop software for trade and personnel management.
Helps receive relevant information timely to make appropriate management decisions .
Minimizes the human factor influence. Errors from the manual whipping data are completely dissipated.
Saves the staff from routine tasks. This fact gives the opportunity to pay more attention to clients and increase their loyalty.
Allows exchanging information between departments and employees in no time. Sales and profits increase due to properly aligned customer service.
At the beginning of its great development the company is growing uncontrollably. New posts, departments and even divisions are being opened. There is a gradual redistribution of tasks among employees. When it becomes difficult to understand who is responsible for what is important and most likely, how efficient the employee is, you have to introduce the ERP system.
You get an integrated approach to the work operation of your enterprise. The information system also has a powerful tool for analyzing processes at all levels. This gives the manager complete control over the particular situation. Such complex IT decisions are helpful for medium and large businesses, especially in the manufacturing area. For small businesses ERP systems are required less frequently.