We started by designing thick client enterprise packages long before the internet became mainstream. Collecting information from your client-base is valueless unless you know how to leverage your datamining efforts.
Analytics is the art of making sense all the data you’ve amassed. CRM systems, data warehouses, corporate portals, and intranets provide plenty of raw materials to work with, but the analytic artisan needs a variety of tools and techniques to shape and mold all your data into actionable knowledge.
Growth of any online business is usually accompanied with the difficulty in getting accurate data, timely information attributed to improper UI (Unser Interface) design for users and web customers.
Depending upon the velocity business, applications and planning systems have been introduced into the business world for crossing these hurdles and for achieving required growth.
WEBPRO helps your enterprise find or create solutions for:
Management Information Systems (MIS)
Integrated Information Systems (IIS)
Executive Information Systems (EIS)
Corporate Information Systems (CIS)
Enterprise-Wide Systems (EWS)
Material Resource Planning (MRP)
Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP II)
Money Resource Planning (MRP III)
One of the latest planning tools in the last decade added to the above list is Enterprise Resource Planning.
Need for ERP
Most organizations have realized that in a rapidly changing environment, it is impossible to create and maintain a custom designed software package which will cater to all their requirements and also be completely up-to-date.
Realizing the requirements of user organizations, some of the leading software companies have designed Enterprise Resource Planning software which will offer an integrated software solution to all the functions of an organization.
BPR and ERP – Planning Your Way to the Top
Business Process Reengineering is a prerequisite for going ahead with a powerful planning tool. An in depth BPR study has to be done before taking up ERP. Business Process Reengineering brings out deficiencies of the existing system and attempts to maximize productivity through restructuring and re-organizing the human resources as well as divisions and departments in the organization
Business Process Reengineering involves the following 7 Steps:
Evaluating your current system by identify weak or missing functionality
Define processes, organization, structure, and new (OP) operating procedure
Design and develop the new structure once policy has been cemented
Customize and refine ITO (input, throughput, and output) flow
Train personnel in an isolated (closed) environment
Implement new system on in production setting
Monitor and reevaluate (rinse and repeat)
By working with leaders in our industry we propose to position newer adaptive learning technologies with business intelligence you can use to your advantage.
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