ABOUT EASE ERP
Ease ERP is business management software and Enterprise wide information system it designed to coordinate all the resources, information & activities needed to complete business process such as order fulfillment or billing.
An Ease ERP system supports most of the business system that maintains in a single database the data needed for a variety of business functions such as manufacturing, finance, supply chain, project management, human resources management and customer relationship management
Ease ERP Benefits :
Eliminates the duplication, discontinuity & redundancy in data
Provides information across departments in real time
Provides control over various business process
Increases Productivity, better inventory management, promotes quality, reduced material cost, effective human resources management, reduced overhead, boosts profits
Better customer interaction, increased throughput
Ease ERP Development Modules:
ERP Manufacturing System Solution
ERP Warehouse System Solution
ERP CRM System Solution
ERP Accounting System Solution
ERP HR System Solution
ERP Purchase Management System Solution
ERP Sales System Solution
How does ERP do Business?:
Ease ERP Implementation Process:
This first phase begins during the sales process and then continues post-sale. During this period, the project team will be created. There will be initial meetings and documentation developed as the team works to identify current issues and potential solutions. An important part of this phase is constructing the project plan, which will serve as a guide throughout the rest of the project.
We’re not talking about painting the office or rearranging furniture. Instead, what will the new enterprise-wide system look like and how will it be used in the organization? In the ERP Design phase, the project team and implementation team will be working out the various configurations for the new system, defining roles, and documenting standard procedures.
The purpose of the development phase is to prepare the entire system for going live. This includes activities such as completing any necessary customizations, developing user trainings, and importing data. With ERP implementations, like any custom software development projects – “First, Solve the problem. Then, write the code.
Is the system’s functionality aligning with the set requirements for the project? The Testing and Development phases will often overlap, as the implementation and project teams jump between the two – constantly fine tuning the configuration. By the end of this phase, project team members will be comfortable doing their jobs in the new system. This is the final step before diving into the live system.
The project team and implementation team will assess the situation and make the final go or no-go decision. Prior to going live, the final data will be loaded and validated. The project team will train other employees who will then start working in the new system, and completely stop using the old one.
Once the ERP system has gone live, the purpose of the project team will shift. Over time, as the way the users work within the system evolves, adjustments and changes to the system configuration may be needed.