Our consultants provide operational, creative, financial and technical experience to gather requirements and design your SAP Business One solution. We apply our understanding of your infrastructure, KPI’s, supply chain visibility, your processes and talent pool to the System Blueprint and subsequent ERP implementation.
Building a System Blueprint
digad’s System Blueprint focuses on your People, Systems and Process; promoting activities that understand your corporate culture and align with business objectives. digad’s aligns the system’s technical requirements across each department to promote a business process flow that support today’s operational needs and tomorrow’s growth.
Studies have proven that two companies can likely experience the same ERP requirements and even implement the same “technical” solution however; organization’s employees generate true competitive advantage. digad incorporates the value of internal talent and the company’s customer service model to common industry standards. The result is a solution that delivers significant competitive advantages and empowers employees to make a difference on a daily and weekly basis.
Defining a Platform for Execution
The exercise of defining a System Blueprint understands company’s strategic objectives and is sensitive managing change with employees. SAP’s Business One is designed to handle standard requirements of fashion apparel companies and digad customizes the interfaces and workflows to fit your company. For this reason, we must gain an understanding of your talent pool, interactions with trading partners, customer relationships and IT infrastructure support. Not only does the System Blueprint serve as a basis for a successful ERP implementation, but it aligns business objectives of project sponsors, incentivizes line managers and involves end users.
Delivering a Solution Based on Business Objectives
Understanding your master data and documented business processes defines how data flows through your system. digad’s continually aligns management’s business objectives across departments, data flow, user workflows and customized features makes your ERP implementation a company success that can be measured across KPIs. The diagram below depicts the underlying strategic value that a System Blueprint brings to a typical five-step SAP Business One implementation.
Assessing readiness and the ability for your organization to change comes hand-in-hand with the System Blueprint. digad will suggest a project management strategy to include communication channels for governance, task assignments, customizations, data integration, system testing and training requirements. A shared implementation outlines milestones and expectations throughout each project phase until go-live.
Maintaining SAP Business One to Support Ongoing Change
Your SAP Business One solution is a moving target. It serves as a platform for continued execution, insightful KPIs and increased usability amongst employees, clients and trading partners. The System Blueprint documents and processes serves as format for review and ongoing modifications. digad’s System Blueprint designates internal “channels of influence” amongst your company’s talent pool. New business objectives, reevaluated user skillsets and continued training programs influence how the system is maintained over time.
SAP Business One comes with unlimited support, online training modules, a knowing product roadmap and an ASUG membership. America’s SAP Users’ Group (ASUG) is an independent not-for-profit organization that collaborates best thinking with SAP, its customers and solution providers. An annual conference and local, monthly chapter meetings provide significant opportunities to share new ideas and review newly released features.