Online ERP

There is a great number of firms around the world that desperately need access to ERP software and applications but cannot afford to build or run them. Further, many customers are frustrated with their experience with existing vendors. At Maven Infosoft we believe that enterprise resource planning should not be a luxury and that any company, anywhere, should be able to afford the best tools to expand their businesses professionally. In order to do so, we need to break the existing rules of the ERP Application market.

We believe that customers should use their budget wisely and invest in customizing the ERP system and application to their specific needs, rather than paying expensive license fees. Our open source ERP initiative allows this. Open source is a disruptive model because it creates more value for customer and at the same time leverages the full benefits of Web 2.0. This allows Maven to enable our clients to engage with their customers quicker and better.

What will ERP fix in your business?

ERP programs tend to be complex, requiring high-end computers to run them. However, instead of having desktop-based software to run on computers in your office, industries prefer device-independent web based ERP solutions, availing of benefits such as

  • Centralized data is secure and easy to backup
  • Quick and easy updates
  • Information is accessible to a user anywhere in the world
  • Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • Browser-based – familiar interface encourages use
  • Unlimited users
  • No special configuration needed on users’ devices
  • Lower costs

There are five major reasons why companies undertake ERP:

Manage financial information
As the CEO tries to understand the company’s overall performance, he may find many different versions of the truth. ERP creates a single version of the truth that cannot be questioned because everyone is using the same system.

Integrate order information
By having ERP software system, rather than scattered different systems that can’t communicate with one another, companies can keep track of orders more easily, and coordinate manufacturing, inventory and shipping among many different locations at the same time.

Seed up the manufacturing processes
Manufacturing companies often find that multiple business units across the company make the same widget using different methods and computer systems. ERP systems come with standard methods for automating some of the steps of a manufacturing process. It can save time, increase productivity and reduce head count.

Reduce inventory
ERP helps the product cycle flow more smoothly, and it improves visibility of the order fulfillment process inside the company. That can lead to reduced inventories of the stuff used to make products (work-in-progress inventory), and it can help users better plan deliveries to customers, reducing the finished goods inventory at the warehouses and shipping docks.

Standardize HR information
Especially in companies with multiple business units, HR may not have a unified, simple method for tracking employees’ time and communicating with them about benefits and services. ERP can fix that.

How Maven Infosoft Delivers Business Value

Industry Specific ERP
ERP systems for large corporations are often built from the ground up to suit the organization’s specific and unique needs. We follow standard process like Business Analysis, Requirement Specification Analysis, Definition Internal Team and Method of Implementation, Gathering User Expectations and Freezing the Scope of Work before actual implementation of Industry Specific ERP. We provide ERP systems for many different types of businesses including Transportation, Industrial Labs, Education, Manufacturing, Textile, Finance, Logistics, and Healthcare.

Small Business ERP
Although ERP systems can cover everything from supply chain management to accounting solutions as well as customer relations management, your business may not need to automate all these functions. Therefore, we offer scaled-down models at a lower, more cost-effective price. For instance, your operation may work fine with a system that offers sales and order management, but leaves out the module for warehouse management. For a small business, an off-the-shelf model will work fine.