ERP

Syntegra works with multiple ERP vendors to provide cross-functional, cross-sector IT solutions. We work closely with organisations to understand their requirements, select appropriate software, and then implement. ERP is a collaborative effort between an organisation, their IT partner, and an ERP vendor. Syntegra has supported multiple large organisations on their ERP journey.

The ERP Advantage

Enterprise resource planning systems are an asset for almost any organization. They make your business run smoother by unifying and protecting your information; automating processes and reports; managing important information through total systems integration; and providing easy views into trends. With these and many more capabilities, a company-wide ERP makes your day-to-day operations and long-term planning easier and faster.

Advantages include

Lower IT Costs

One simple reason to do an ERP implementation is to lower IT costs and improve efficiency. Having a unified ERP system can greatly lower IT-related expenses, including management/administration staff, support, infrastructure needs, and application licensing. Using a single system also reduces training requirements for end-users, since they only need to learn one system rather than interacting with numerous individual applications.

Cross-organisation Visibility

ERP allows access to every important process in your business by making data from every department easily accessible to you and your senior management. For example, you can monitor inventory levels on a daily basis, including future consignments that are yet to be received and inventory that’s currently in transit. By knowing precisely where you stand regarding inventory levels, you can control your working capital on a more precise level and more easily adhere to the strategy that you’ve developed for the long-term success of your business.

Improved Reporting and Planning

Implementing an ERP suite across departments means your organization has a single, unified reporting system for every process. By having a single source of information, an ERP system can readily generate useful reports and analytics at any time. This software gives you the ability to analyze and compare functions across departments, without the hassle of multiple spreadsheets and emails. One of the most popular reports involve finances (go figure). Standard financial reports such as income and cash flow statements generally are built-in, and custom reports can be quickly generated by users without IT intervention.

Customization

One of the biggest advantages of ERP software is its modular makeup. Most ERP vendors offer multiple platforms, and each one contains several applications that can be implemented according to business needs. Each application is designed to be able to stand alone or integrate with the suite, so your company can pick and choose which components work best. This means that businesses are able to craft an interface tailored to their company’s needs. Most ERP implementations are designed with the ability to seamlessly integrate into the full suite or to be used as a standalone module.

Improved Efficiency

Along with reduced IT & training costs, an ERP can reduce the time and effort required by your workforce to carry out their daily activities. Properly implemented, an ERP can greatly reduce or eliminate repetitive manual processes, thus freeing up team members to focus on revenue-affecting tasks. The system likewise can aid in the adoption and enforcement of industry best-practice processes, lending familiarity to all actions across the enterprise.

Standardized Business Processes

Most ERP systems are developed according to industry best practices and proven business processes. These tried-and-true processes bring major benefits to the table for businesses of all sizes. It also allows businesses to standardize their own processes and systems, which further enhances productivity and efficiency. These processes deliver consistent results that allow you to continually improve the way in which you operate your organization. Because these processes are generally automated, transparency is greatly improved while errors are greatly reduced. As a result, there’s also improved synergy among processes and between departments.