Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software forms the technological backbone for many complex manufacturing and distribution businesses. When implemented properly, ERP software unifies nearly every aspect of a business, including inventory, accounting, sales, formulation, distribution, and logistics. But with such a comprehensive platform comes great risks, as any misstep can lead to a catastrophic loss of productivity.
I have helped many businesses throughout the ERP selection and implementation process. I take the time to learn how my clients' businesses run and thoroughly interview potential ERP providers. With my experience in database management, I have the ability to ensure any data migration from older systems is properly imported into the new system. I also make certain that the right hardware and software choices are made to compliment the new ERP system. Once the transition is complete, I can help with training and support as needed.
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The key to choosing the right ERP solution starts with understanding your business. Before I bring in any software vendors, I educate myself on what makes your company run, interview key personnel, and map out standard operating procedures.
There are hundereds of tested, viable ERP offerings out there. I've worked with a variety of manufacturers and software developers, and I always take the time to learn about your business and potential vendors so I can make the best choices.