Enterprise ERP Business Solutions
The core purpose of Orokon Corporation is business strategy services. We come to your business offices and we listen to all your employees problems with the current tools you use. We then strategize software solutions to improve your administration efficiency. Our solutions will give you smart metrics and analytics to help you manage your business effectively. In business administration, there are smart softwares that we offer, known as ERP systems. For smaller companies we offer CRM-systems. The benefits of ERP systems is that they contain CRM sections within them and more extensive application suites. You might wonder and ask yourself what an ERP suite is. An Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software is a class of software designed to integrate all of a company's activities on a single computer network. The idea is to eliminate incompatible and duplicate technology that ends up costing the organization money. An ERP solution seeks to streamline and integrate operations, processes and information flows in an enterprise, to synergize the resources of an organization namely men, material, money and machine. In other words, ERP systems integrate all data and processes of an organization into a unified system. A typical ERP will use multiple components of computer software and hardware to achieve the integration. A key ingredient of most ERP systems is the use of a unified database to store data for the various system modules.
Most organizations across the world have realized that in a rapidly changing business environment, it is impossible to create and maintain a custom designed software package which will cater to all their requirements and also be up-to-date. Realizing these requirements of organizations, we at Orokon Corporation are smart in strategizing, designing and developing ERP software Applications, which offer an integrated software solution to all the functional processes in an organization.
Although, in the initial stage, ERP originated in the manufacturing environment, now ERP software solutions typically cover all basic business process/functions of any organization, regardless of the organization's business or charter. A typical ERP module include: Manufacturing, Supply Chain, Financials, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Human Resources, Warehouse Management and Decision Support System. These solutions are often incorrectly quoted as back office solutions indicating that customers and the general public are not directly involved. This is contrasted with front office systems like Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems that directly deal with customers, or ebusiness systems such as eCommerce, eGovernment, eTelecom, and eFinance, or Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) systems. In reality, ERP modules are cross-functional and enterprise wide software solutions. All functional departments that are involved in operations or production can be integrated in one system using it. In addition to manufacturing, warehousing, logistics, and Information Technology, it also includes; accounting, human resources, marketing, and strategic management.
There are many different flavors of ERP that serve businesses' varying procedure types. An ERP solution has numerous benefits depending on the type of business that it serves; these are business solutions and industry solutions. The industry solutions are designed for people who are working in specific industries, like finance, communications, education, health care to name a few.
Importance of ERP software for businesses:
ERP softwares business solutions are designed for companies that work in a wide variety of areas. IT combines a large number of different elements into a single unit. Three of the most important ERP tools available today are manufacturing, human resources, and finance. The finance tools allow companies to successfully maintain their financial information like that of the assets, accounts, budgets and cash. ERP can also assist a company in managing internal as well as external factors affecting it. A company that uses ERP financial products can save a great deal of money over the long term, the reason being, the productivity of the organization will be improved. Enterprise Resource Planning is instrumental in getting rid of time consuming activities as paper management.
A company is able to study their processes, earnings, and performance by merging their operational information with their financial information. Once this information is connected together, a company can become more competitive and productive. Synergy is an important part of ERP solutions. The concept of combining multiple processes into a single whole will allow the company to become successful in the long term.
In addition to finance and business processes, it is also important to look at materials maintenance. Enterprise Resource Planning will allow a company to successfully automate the process of buying materials and maintaining them. There are modules that track the supplies that are purchased and can also make calculations about how these materials should be distributed. It also becomes possible for a company to predict the demand of the market based on history, economic statistics, and data from their employees. They can even decide when a product should be produced, and they can do this based on the raw material that is available.
Benefits of ERP.
In addition to the costs associated with an ERP system, there is a list of benefits as well. In estimating the cost/benefit ratio of an ERP installation, it's important to quantify the benefits as well. This can be trickier to estimate since more of the benefits depend on intangibles. How much is improved customer service worth? Obviously it has a positive value for the business, but how do you quantify that benefit?
Improved Business Processes
One of the goals of ERP is to improve business process throughout the company. This not only produces direct cost savings, it also produces savings by streamlining and rationalizing business processes. This has a direct impact on the bottom line.
Greater Business Intelligence
ERP, properly implemented, makes for better decision making and consequent cost savings. In addition to the bottom line benefits a more intelligent business is easier to manage, which brings additional savings. One factor in estimating the savings from better business intelligence, it's important to consider the time freed up that can be spent on other jobs.
Fewer Mistakes and Less Rework
A properly implemented ERP system means fewer mistakes and less costly rework. This not only speeds up the process and saves money directly, it also lessens the need to manually check results, thereby saving even more time and money.
Improved Customer Service
ERP means better customer service, which builds customer loyalty as well as making operations more efficient. Better customer loyalty shows up in less turnover in customers, which can be a major economic benefit.
Whether measured by results on a dashboard or by more conventional reporting, your information on how your business is operating gives you a more accurate, actionable view of your business. This lets you catch problems sooner and monitor your results more closely.
Increased Customer Satisfaction
ERP allows you to serve your customers better, thereby increasing satisfaction and, you hope, business and customer retention.
More Closely Monitoring Business
An ERP system can give you a very fine-grained view of your business in near real time. This lets you make better decisions faster to stay on top of emerging trends.
More Time to Tend to Business
ERP can take care of giving you fast results from your business, giving you more time to spend on other important parts of the business, such as sales and customer service.
Greater Degree of Business Automation
With ERP's reporting abilities you can automate more of your back-office processes, freeing up more time for other chores. An ERP system can highly automate functions such as reporting, spotting exceptions and other time-consuming chores. This takes a load off your staff, while producing more timely, more accurate information and handling more chores without human intervention.
Obviously many of these benefits are difficult to estimate. In some cases you'll have to use surrogate numbers, such as customer retention for better customer service. Also many of these numbers are hard to estimate. You'll have to work out procedures for figuring these benefits and the resulting estimates will be somewhat loose. However they should be close enough to allow you to estimate the cost-benefit ratio for an ERP system. The cost-benefit ratio is a key metric in considering the decision to install an ERP system. Fortunately, when the ratio is positive it is usually very positive, which helps to cancel out the uncertainties.
How much will it cost you ?
We offer packages ranging between USD $2k - $100k. It most cases we sell you stable software Apps that we have programmed and tested for years. When we offer you a package, we ask you questions about your business processes and then we strategise ERP individual Applications (Apps) to tackle those business challenges. Applications work together, just like the Apps in your mobile phone. Together they form an ERP business suite. There are no subscription annual fees except for the Gold Package. The only fees we charge after software implementation is technical support after 12 months charged at USD $75 / hour and this includes any upgrades that we might want to offer you.