Single System Software
A Single software system developed, implemented and supported as a single system is far more reliable for a number of reasons and provides all of the benefits of a traditional ERP system.
The system can help you pin point precisely which areas of your business need your attention so that actions can be taken swiftly to improve profitability.
- SINGLE POINT OF CONTROL
- REDUCED COSTS
- EASY UPGRADES
- MANAGEABLE SUPPORT
- BASIC TRAINING
- MINIMAL IT MAINTENANCE
Ensuring that all of your data is integrated onto a single system is essential for ease of use and standardisation of business processes. Whether your business is split across multiple locations globally or around the UK a single system will provide greater functionality, improved reporting facilities and access to real time data with which to make business decisions.
software system eliminates duplicate data entry. Customer, inventory, formulation, production history, and lot and batch control updates are processed once with real-time transac-tional posting. Compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, for instance, is simplified. You can maintain a verifiable audit trail for your financial reports and reduce bookkeeping time by eliminating data that does not match in multiple systems.
Affordable for Anyone
Companies in the small to medium sized business space tend to have several systems to manage their business. Often most businesses run their entire operations off of excel spreadsheets. Moving onto a real ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system will bring your company into the next level. A good ERP system should allow you to combine your inventory planning, reporting, production, order entry, and purchasing needs under one roof.
Companies that have disparate systems run into problems like double entry, incorrect pricing or quantities, lost materials, and overall inaccurate data. Old systems tend to require more training, due to a cumbersome system and requires more support and maintenance. However, with your new ERP system, data is easier to maintain and analyze. Good data management is king in todays market. Being able to control your data inherently means you can control your costs too. Also, having increased visibility into your operations allows you make.
- Improving internal business processes
- Solves IT Multi-Platform Issues
- Increases and Improves Interaction
- Improving company performance
- Reducing IT expenses and labor costs
Having a single system allows all of the departments of the business to communicate more and maximize productivity. A single ERP system increases visibility into your supply chain, which allows you see any current pitfalls of your system to reduce your costs and increase profitability.
Since you are on one system you will no longer have to manage different support issues from complete different systems. Having it all on one system increases the user’s chance of fixing their own problem and only one vendor to go to. Learning and fixing system is much better for the company.
If you are using several systems that also means you have to maintain several systems. The IT for the upkeep can become expensive. With a single system you increase visibility and improve productivity.