Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems were developed to integrate an organization’s business practices across the entire supply chain — from supplier to customer — into a virtual network of shared information. These systems are modular, scaleable, open, and flexible.

Services Portfolio

  • Upgrade readiness assessment at a fixed cost.
  • Business Justification (help our sponsors)
  • Network sizing and recommendations
  • HW/OS sizing and recommendations
  • User training

Description of Practice

At IrisLogic, our approach to the ERP implementation challenge is our deep understanding of the cross-functional Key Business Processes (KBP), which span all aspects of every business.

  • Plan to Perform (Planning/Forecasting)
  • Quote to Cash (Quote/Order Management)
  • Manufacturing Operations
  • Requisition to Pay (Inventory)
  • Collaborative Commerce (Product Life Cycle)
  • Financial Management

Technology

SAP/Oracle/BaaN systems have been successfully implemented for a variety of companies, and in all sizes of companies. The Systems includes:

  • Order capture and fulfillment
  • Materials management
  • Production planning
  • Finance and cost accounting
  • Human resources
  • Project system
  • Plant maintenance
  • Service management
  • Data warehousing

The IrisLogic ERP Practice provides rapid, high-quality, cost-effective ERP implementation assistance, as well as support for on-going operations. Our unique combination of people, processes and products (i.e., knowledge assets and tools) ensures you get the most from your ERP investment.

Our philosophy is to implement the basic system quickly, so customers can immediately begin using the system for hands-on configuration, prototyping, and training. This approach minimizes the risks associated with ERP, reduces the implementation time frames, and accelerates the realization of benefits.

We advise our clients to begin by implementing the ERP system in its most basic form. Only after the new application environment is up and running, and the organization has learned more of the capabilities of the new system, do we suggest building onto this base the more complex, high-change initiatives (such as supply chain optimization or business-to-business electronic commerce).

This strategy helps our clients avoid putting all their eggs in one basket — often associated with large-scale ERP failures. This approach allows our clients to make change happen, one step at a time, at a pace that is appropriate for each, realizing the benefits of the system as early on as possible.

“IrisLogic is committed to developing flexible, long-term partnerships with our clients. Shared goals and objectives, mutual respect and synergy characterize these relationships. We are willing to share your risk and creatively identify an approach and resource plan that incorporates the best of both your organization and ours. Our mission is to work with you to realize your definition of success with your ERP initiative.

We complement the IrisLogic client partnership by working closely with the ERP organization. Joint planning, shared roles and responsibilities, and a common methodology and toolkit help maximize the value our clients receive from their ERP investment. ”

Our functional and technical consultants are familiar and have working knowledge on best practices like ASAP, RICE for SAP R/3 and AIM for Oracle applications. The Irislogic team performs the following functions:

  • Identification of package solution that best meets business requirements.
  • Business process re-engineering
  • Bridge gap between the packaged offering and customer requirements
  • Install, maintain, and upgrade the software
  • Train customer organization to maximize user benefits
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