11/1/2005
Analytics is the art of making sense of masses of data. CRM systems, data warehouses, and corporate portals and intranets provide plenty of raw materials to work with, but the analytic artisan needs a variety of tools and techniques to shape and mold this data into actionable knowledge.

Growth of any business is usually accompanied with the difficulty in getting accurate data, timely information and improper interface design for the application user or the web customer.
Time and again depending upon the velocity of the growing business needs, one or the other applications and planning systems have been introduced into the business world for crossing these hurdles and for achieving the required growth.

WEBPRO helps your enterprise find a solution for:
  • Management Information Systems (MIS)
  • Integrated Information Systems (IIS)
  • Executive Information Systems (EIS)
  • Corporate Information Systems (CIS)
  • Enterprise Wide Systems (EWS)
  • Material Resource Planning (MRP)
  • Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP II)
  • Money Resource Planning (MRP III)
    The latest planning tool added to the above list is Enterprise Resource Planning.
    Need for ERP
    Most organizations across the world have realized that in a rapidly changing environment, it is impossible to create and maintain a custom designed software package which will cater to all their requirements and also be completely up-to-date.
    Realizing the requirements of user organizations, some of the leading software companies have designed Enterprise Resource Planning software which will offer an integrated software solution to all the functions of an organization.
    BPR and ERP
    Business Process Reengineering is a pre-requisite for going ahead with a powerful planning tool, ERP. An in depth BPR study has to be done before taking up ERP. Business Process Reengineering brings out deficiencies of the existing system and attempts to maximize productivity through restructuring and re-organizing the human resources as well as divisions and departments in the organization
    Business Process Reengineering involves the following 7 Steps:
  • Study the current system
  • Design and develop new systems
  • Define Process, organization structure and procedure
  • Develop and customize the software
  • Train people
  • Implement new systems
  • Monitor and reevaluate
    By working with leaders in their industry we propose to position newer adaptive technologies and business intelligence based on the customers needs.
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