SAP Business One
SAP Business One is a mid-market ERP designed for simple, rapid implementations. A minimalist project plan can entertain a go-live in as little as 3 – 6 months however, 9 – 12 months for a customized apparel and footwear solution is more practical. Because our sales process includes requirements gathering and defines an outline for a System Blueprint, we’re able to forecast a realistic project timeline in advance of your decision to proceed. Variables that come into consideration are typically related to the project’s scope (data, modules configured and customization needs) in addition to common resource constraints.
A balance of simplicity and complexity allows enterprise ERP system to provide competitive advantage against peers. Decisions to mobilize a group of employees, integrate with (often global) business partners and automate order processing are all determined in the early planning processes.
Upon blueprint sign off, the project realization phase insures that the system is configured as planned, has appropriate data and supports functional and reporting requirements. A combination of training, user acceptance testing and system personalization is determined according to internal resources. It is imperative that the implementation is planned in a way that end users have time to be actively involved in the training, testing and go-live phases of the project. At least one key members of your implementation team will be present for the week of go-live.
As a concept-to-cash ERP provider, the digad team understand supply chain and the value of integrating sales and marketing activities. SAP Business One lends significant manufacturing capabilities which, allows orders and product data management to interact through production. In addition, the APIs provide strong eCommerce and POS integration. Our ERP solutions interact with your employees, customers and vendors on a single platform that is fully integrated to your supply chain. We understand the value of a simple, easy-to-use system while also maintaining controls for managers to safely run a profitable business.
Complex, multi-cultural projects require additional delivery and support infrastructure as compared to a single-location ERP location. Strategic global roll-out methods, targeted training by location and shared documentation provide a template for multiple instances to generate a second tier of ERP functionality. As each location goes live, a global support team will ensures the highest service quality for system users.