ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP)

Refers to business management systems that are strategically designed to assimilate all the data sources and processes of an organisation into a unified system. In other words, it is the process of adopting just a single database platform to store the entire data from several system modules.
Over the years, we have gathered understanding about data storage needs of companies and what technology suits them best. We assist in carefully designing a game plan for the growth of a company after analysing potential risks and by guiding customers to smoothly implement these solutions. We also gauge and support the evolution of applications, as well as constantly update technologies. Our ERP services are exclusive as our customers can use tools and processes long after the end of a given project.

Enterprise Management

Regarding global ERP solutions, SAP Business One stands head and shoulders above the rest. This scalable business management software integrates all the business processes, providing actionable insights in real time thereby enabling you to make better decisions fast.

SOLUTIONS AND BENEFITS

NIA Software India with the help of world-class ERP tools enables clients to manage all the information and functions from single database. With our domain knowledge and extensive ERP implementation experience, we have developed templatised solutions for infrastructure and real estate industries. This helps us to reduce the overall implementation cycle time and ensure quicker ROI. We treat an ERP implementation as business transformation initiative ensuring IT work culture adoption for our customers through data discipline and business value extraction.

Some of the key benefits of world-class ERP are:

Better control of projects through end-to-end visibility across projects
One set of figures resulting in quick retrieval of reliable information across the organization
Better controls, alerts, exception reporting
Reduced top management mindshare required in day-to-day operations
Reduction in costs and wastages
Increased level of governance
Better inventory management
More control on equipments and tools increasing capacity utilization