For a company to plan for future, it must have a clear understanding where it starts from. Every project should start with a valid picture of the AS-IS – current state of the business- in order to be able to see the TO-BE – the desired purpose. We can work together to build the roadmap for your business strategy, by helping you understand both your strengths and limitations, your goal vs. needs, opportunities and threats. Our wide experience in business processes assessment is a great asset when it comes to analyze and identify best practices and technology to define company’s future direction.
Could be that you already have some starting points in your selection or you need a complete analysis of ERP solutions, we can help you to have a better understanding on what would be the compatible ERP solutions for your business.
Depending on the deployment method you prefer (on-premises/in cloud), the technology used in-house and the features you are looking for in an ERP, we will provide you the information you need to have the best picture of available choices corelated with your business specifics.
Involvement with and feedback from team members should ideally be obtained in the planning, selection and implementation stages.
The finance process migration is a specialized form of process management whereby processes are moved from one computing environment to another. We will migrate your finance processes to Global Competence Centers offshore, and identify a Connected Application Portfolio (CAP), a user community, alongside preparing a work shadowing and transfer plan to assist with the whole transition.
when they head down this path. Our ERP consultants can ensure you’re prepared for the transition.
We will assist the deal team on all aspects related to ERP transfer during the transaction. This can range from licensing, transfer costs, connected applications, data cleansing, buyer deployment, data migration, transitioning, post go-live support, legacy system archiving and decommissioning.
By documenting and understanding your business processes- and being actively involved in enterprise-level streamlining initiatives from processes and roles to master data structuring and coding- we can easily map the flow of information between systems.
Planning requires a clear understanding of design requirements, such as scheduling, replication requirements, hardware requirements, data volume and data value.
To guarantee effective data migration, we will transfer the master data and transactional data between various systems and infrastructure landscapes. This is to ensure data integrity and consistency.
We will apply our customer’s streamlined guidelines over the existing systems, so that there is simple and quick data conversion and transfer. We will carry out integrity checks and ensure that there is also user assistance.
Designing new processes for the business involves thinking outside the box. The purpose is not just to convert the existing processes to the ERP system, but to find new processes that will improve on the existing ways of doing things.
This will involve us preparing the data flow and defining user roles and procedures. This can be for a whole ERP or just ERP-connected modules – sales, purchases, contracting and procurement, inventory control.
But it is not the only relevant data. Most companies use multiple tools for: reporting, contracting and procurement, track employees’ timesheets and expenses, etc. We have the experience to develop specific applications that would fit these purposes, but also to create the link between existing ones and the newly implemented ERP
Based on the Statutory/Audit/Business requirements, the decision to archive old data can bring added value to the performance of the newly implemented system. We can be part of customer’s efforts in classifying ERP data and establish availability and archiving strategy for it. Our team will provide support to the business to test and ensure archived data will be available in the long term in the new environment.
But what if all that gets lost in a matter of moments due to different causes: natural disaster, hardware failure, human errors, software viruses etc.? Our team can help in preparing system disaster recovery procedures for ERP landscape, aligned with customer’s plan for IT security and recovery. Integrate these procedures in the Business Continuity Plan and make sure regular DRP exercises are performed is a good strategy to minimize the risk of data lost.