With 25+ years of experience in software development, Itransition provides ERP implementation services to help your company adopt an off-the-shelf ERP platform or build one from the ground up to meet your business requirements.
10+ years in ERP services
50+ completed projects of different scales across various industries
Hands-on expertise in delivering out-of-the-box, custom, and hybrid ERP solutions
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The typical ERP implementation process involves several phases requiring specific skill sets. Here are the crucial steps you should be ready to take:
A multifunctional ERP solution with a rich selection of modules and features results in relevant business benefits for your organization.
ERP systems boost productivity by streamlining and harmonizing multiple business processes while automating clerical, time-consuming tasks.
An ERP solution helps you adjust processes suffering from inefficiencies and minimize errors, optimizing your corporate workflow and lowering operational costs.
ERP software acts as a unified hub for data storing and cleansing, gathering critical information from several systems and providing your staff with a single source of truth.
ERP improves transparency and provides easy access to key business metrics. It provides dashboards with the ability to drill down to transactions, contracts, product specifications, and service information.
ERP tools have solid BI and data analytics features to get the most out of your data assets, including sales trend forecasting, workflow visibility, and KPI tracking.
An ERP system fosters cooperation across different departments and business units due to project planning functionality, real-time information exchange, and synchronized staff management.
ERP software solutions generally feature a full spectrum of CRM-oriented capabilities to meet your customers' business needs and therefore facilitate retention and loyalty.
By enhancing process visibility, data governance, and fiscal accounting, an ERP ensures that your business complies with the industry standards and regulations.
Adding new modules, you can extend your ERP's feature set to scale along with your business and suit ever-evolving corporate goals and requirements.
Businesses prioritizing faster implementation and lower upfront costs could opt for a platform-based ERP solution. We work with the following industry-leading platforms:
Here are some recommendations from our ERP implementation consultants you should keep in mind to prevent the most common implementation issues.
Rely on expert partners
Define a budget
Set up a roadmap
Gather a team
Prepare your data
Prioritize key functions
Invest in training
Measure the outcomes
Select a reliable consulting provider with proven expertise in your industry and a proprietary ERP implementation methodology to lead you through the transformation.
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Non-alignment of key stakeholders’ expectations during and after the ERP implementation, lack of communication and resistance in all layers of the organization pose a serious challenge. A synergistic ERP implementation may require several process adjustments, ongoing training, user support, and proactive communication of the project scope to overcome staff and stakeholder concerns and get their buy-in.
Nowadays, standard "all-in-one" solutions may be too monolithic for many businesses. Instead, it's worth considering "layered" or "composable" ERP architectures. Such modern ERP solutions help ensure superior flexibility, configurability, and ease of integration with your software ecosystem to keep up with ever-evolving scenarios.
ERP software doesn't always handle master data directly, but absorbs and aggregates information from other corporate systems, where the source data might be easily amended. An ERP must be capable of re-syncing such amendments and update aggregates to maintain data consistency across multiple software solutions.
Given the growing attention to data protection, improper data management may cause reputational issues and heavy penalties. Like any other software heavily relying on data, ERP management systems should feature robust cybersecurity measures and comply with the major standards and regulations, such as GDPR and PCI DSS.
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