Nowadays, each department has its own systems, therefore most business processes are fragmented. The sales department focuses on sales, the manufacturing on production and so on. This lack of integration limits business capacity to respond not only to new market opportunities but also to the own clients.
This is why availability and reliability of the ERP environment (Enterprise Resource Planning) has turned out to be a critical factor for achieving the desired productivity and the business success, allowing cost reduction, through the distribution of the shared information across the company.
Beyond the scope of a simple technological Project, the management solution or ERP implementation is a business Project which management falls on business analysts, who have a deep knowledge gained with their long working experience of the needs of business. These teams assess and analyze a company’s situation and the requirements, planning, developing and managing creative, profitable and adaptive projects.
For this to happen, and realizing that the success of projects often depends more on the way of implementing the solution than the software itself, it is very important to have a flexible methodology of proven results, based on a comprehensive analysis of business requirements, basis for designing the solution that best fits your needs, as well as, a fast knowledge transfer to the users.