ERP IMPLEMENTATION

Introduction:

Enterprise resource planning, better known as ERP these days, is a business management software that can be used by a company to fetch, reserve, manage and interpret data from many business concerned activities which include the following:

  • Product Planning
  • Service Delivery
  • Marketing and Sales
  • Inventory Management
  • Shipping and Payment

The scope of ERP generally implies the significant changes to staff work processes and practices. Three types of such services are available to us at It Sync to help you in ERP implementation,and these are:

  • Consulting
  • Customization
  • Support

The time of the implementation depends on the size, number of modules the process changes scope, customization and the readiness of the customer to take the ownership for the project.

Different steps involved in ERP Implementation:

Process Preparation:Now, ERP implementation typicallyrequires changes in existing business processes. It is considered to be very beneficial to analyze the business processes thoroughly before implementing the ERP software. Implementing ERP systems is more difficult in decentralized organizations.

Configuration: Configuring an ERP system is a matter of great concern, and it requires balancing the way the business has decided the system to work the way it was designed to work. Typically, ERP systems include many settings that modify system operations.

Two-Tier Enterprise Resource Planning: Two-tier ERP software and hardware is almost equivalent to two ERP systems running simultaneously in a company, one being at the corporate level and other at the subsidiary level.

However, there exist some factors that may affect enterprises’ adoption of two-tier ERP systems. They are:

  • Manufacturing proliferation, the economics of sourcing in transpiring economics.
  • Potential for faster and less expensive ERP implementations at the subsidiaries based on selecting software which are more suitable for smaller companies.
  • Extra effort is required where data must pass two ERP systems. Two-tier ERP policies give enterprises agility in responding to market demands and in aligning IT systems at a corporate level.

Customization: ERP customers have numerous options to reconcile feature gaps with their own advantages and disadvantages.

Extensions: ERP systems can be extended to third party software. Vendors of ERP typically provide access to data and features through published interfaces. Features include:

  • Filing, reporting and republishing.
  • Advanced planning and scheduling.
  • Capturing transactional data.
  • Managing resources and facilities.

Data Migration: It is the procedure of moving, rewriting and reconstructing the data from an existing system to the ERP system. Migration requires significant planning, and it is critical to implementation success. The structure of the migration is as follows:

  • Recognition of data to be migrated.
  • Determination of the migration time.
  • Generation of data templates.
  • Freezing the toolset.
  • Decision-making on migration-related setups.
  • Defining data filing policies and procedures.

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