Qode360 offers customized ERP Solutions
What is ERP?
An ERP system combines methodologies with software and hardware components to integrate numerous critical back-office functions into a single integrated system across a company. Made up of a series of “modules”, or applications that are seamlessly linked together through a common database, an ERP system enables various departments or operating units such as Accounting and Finance, Human Resources, Production, and Fulfillment and Distribution to coordinate activities, share information, and collaborate.
Does Your Company Need ERP?
Every business (Small, Medium & Enterprise) can benefit from an ERP solution. Even if business processes and related workflows are relatively smooth across the business, ERP can deliver even greater productivity and cost efficiency. ERP can help create a business process management mindset, allowing them to define best practices, formalize activities, and streamline cross-departmental functions.
ERP suites contain a broad range of modules to enhance a variety of business functions, including:
- Manufacturing – includes features for project and process management, engineering, scheduling, capacity management, engineering, material requirements planning, and quality management.
- Supply Chain Management – includes capabilities to support order entry, purchasing and procurement, inventory control, planning, goods inspection, and claims processing.
- Financial Management – includes functionality such as general ledger, cash management, accounts payable and receivable, and fixed asset management.
- Project Management – includes features for costing, billing/invoicing, time and expense management, and activity monitoring.
- Human Capital Management – includes capabilities to support hiring and staffing, payroll, training, time and attendance tracking, and benefits administration.
For example: Revenue data maintained by the finance department doesn’t always match the numbers generated by the sales department. These disparities can make it difficult to assess financial status and profitability. ERP systems consolidate and centralize all back-office information. Each transaction conducted by a department will be handled, recorded, and managed by a single system. In this way, the most frequent causes of conflicting information such as a lack of integration across departmental applications are eliminated.
ERP is designed to help businesses who have trouble achieving “Single Version of the Truth”.
How we can implement an ERP Solution for your business?
ERP implementations come with quite a bit of risk. Our ERP industry experienced resources handle an all-at-once deployment for your business. Qode360 offer an ERP solution with a flexible and modular platform, so it can be rolled-out in phases.
ERP modules often replacing existing business applications, Qode360 provide a solution that includes comprehensive data migration tools. We will help move data from your existing applications to new ones in the most efficient and effective fashion.
Qode360 customize, design and develop each module in-house. We create a complete customized ERP suite by bolting together various solutions – such as those developed by OEM partners or obtained through OpenSource ERP companies.
Key Benefits for Your Company
ERP systems are designed to enhance all aspects of key business operations across a company’s entire back-office from planning through execution, management, and control. They accomplish this by taking processes and functions that were previously disparate and disjointed, and seamlessly integrating and coordinating them.
An ERP solution for your business can:
- Facilitate more efficient completion of day-to-day tasks.
- Reduce the redundant and overlapping activities that waste time and money by standardizing core procedures.
- Eliminate data silos by creating a single, centralized repository of timely, accurate business data.
- Enable more effective resource allocation and management. Reduce overhead costs.
- Enhance strategic planning by allowing for more accurate assessment of needs, and enabling measurement of goals versus outcomes.