Integra

We take your business to the digital world

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About Integra
We are a group of professionals in Latin America dedicated to the development of business digital solutions. Integra Solutions provides your organization with digital solutions that improve the user experience for your customers; creating a customer loyalty to your bra...
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$50 - $99/hr
2 - 9
Ecuador
Integra
We take your business to the digital world
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Graphic design
Design and implementation of web pages
Custom software development
Development of apps
Implementation of E-commerce
Implementation of CRM

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Service Focus
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Nowadays, organizations work with a scalable approach and operate across various sites. These sites include different divisions within the company, such as the asset lifecycle, from design and manufacture to service and project management. All of these divisions could be running different ERP systems or at least different instances of a standard ERP. Enterprise resource planning proves to be an efficient system of integrated applications. It helps manage the business and automate many back-office functions related to technology, services, and human resources. There are many aspects associated with using ERP as a centralized, integrated system. Let’s discuss how it operates and what are the challenges faced by such a system. Minimizing the Silos of ERPs Multiple ERP systems in an organization result in different reporting tools, analytics, and supply chain monitors. These differences result in damaged reporting, which means that the company cannot optimize performance across all operations and identify which parts need modification. Moreover, having multiple ERPs in one place can result in expensive infrastructure, software, maintenance, and contracting capabilities. All the aspects mentioned above lead the organization to lack the agility to adapt to market changes. It also hampers the company to adopt the latest techniques, adhere to standards across the board, and remain consistent in conforming to regulatory control. Best Solution for Minimizing the Silos of ERPs The only solution to eliminate the silos of ERPs is to implement a single, centralized management solution across the organization. By doing so, only a single version of processes will take place in different departments of the company. Additionally, this system would also dynamically unlock values by actively managing performance and thereby supporting business process changes. Hence, a single-instance ERP system can significantly help in interfacing and integrating with the external suppliers or customer systems efficiently. However, a single ERP solution implementation does not happen overnight. It takes a changed management strategy to achieve reports from stakeholders across different departments. By using the same ERP system, all departments will be measured and reported on, in the same way, resulting in clear visibility of processes taking place across the organization. Presenting a five-step methodology to implement a single-instance ERP solution across the organization: Launch the Project The first step of the company's change management strategy is to overview the end-to-end process, determine the technology to be implemented, and communicate with the employees. For making this possible, you need to assign a project team to carry out the processes. This team could manage the scope of the project to be discussed, engagement of stakeholders, and set KPIs to define the output requirements of a project. 2. Trace the Solution The next step is to review how different departments are dealing with the changes and agree with future procedures as required. By specifying the latest interfaces and defining the transformation requirements at this stage, you can quickly get to the testing stage of interface units. Before designing your ERP solution, you should understand your business requirements and create it accordingly. You should ensure to create such a solution that meets all the challenges in your company from the very top of the organization down to the lowest levels. 3. Establish the Solution Once selecting the centralized solution, the next critical step is to test end-to-end processes as part of an application solution test. This test usually requires sample volume testing that happens in different departments to ensure consistency of functionality and reporting capabilities. 4. Implement the Solution This stage covers complete solution testing, as well as using CPM (Corporate Performance Management) tools to train expert practitioners in the technology. By incorporating end-user training, you can ensure a seamless transition to the employees to be ready once the solution goes live. 5. Go Live and Track the Issues Once your solution is tested and ready to go live, you need to apply the test configuration to the live environment. This type of testing and management should begin right from the starting stage of the initiation of the project. Additionally, you also need to evaluate performance levels using advanced Business Intelligence tools continuously. Enhancing Data Integrity: Having a single integrated ERP system provides the opportunity to manage data securely and reliably for the company, its customers, and partners. Maintaining data integrity is crucial for any company operating in the A&D market, and implementing a centralized ERP system across all departments minimizes the need to transfer data from system to system as it moves from department to department. Final Words: As discussed above, implementing ERP as a centralized, integrated system improves data integrity. Additionally, an integrated system also provides a 360-degree view of operational business processes and performances.
Nowadays, organizations work with a scalable approach and operate across various sites. These sites include different divisions within the company, such as the asset lifecycle, from design and manufacture to service and project management. All of these divisions could be running different ERP systems or at least different instances of a standard ERP. Enterprise resource planning proves to be an efficient system of integrated applications. It helps manage the business and automate many back-office functions related to technology, services, and human resources. There are many aspects associated with using ERP as a centralized, integrated system. Let’s discuss how it operates and what are the challenges faced by such a system. Minimizing the Silos of ERPs Multiple ERP systems in an organization result in different reporting tools, analytics, and supply chain monitors. These differences result in damaged reporting, which means that the company cannot optimize performance across all operations and identify which parts need modification. Moreover, having multiple ERPs in one place can result in expensive infrastructure, software, maintenance, and contracting capabilities. All the aspects mentioned above lead the organization to lack the agility to adapt to market changes. It also hampers the company to adopt the latest techniques, adhere to standards across the board, and remain consistent in conforming to regulatory control. Best Solution for Minimizing the Silos of ERPs The only solution to eliminate the silos of ERPs is to implement a single, centralized management solution across the organization. By doing so, only a single version of processes will take place in different departments of the company. Additionally, this system would also dynamically unlock values by actively managing performance and thereby supporting business process changes. Hence, a single-instance ERP system can significantly help in interfacing and integrating with the external suppliers or customer systems efficiently. However, a single ERP solution implementation does not happen overnight. It takes a changed management strategy to achieve reports from stakeholders across different departments. By using the same ERP system, all departments will be measured and reported on, in the same way, resulting in clear visibility of processes taking place across the organization. Presenting a five-step methodology to implement a single-instance ERP solution across the organization: Launch the Project The first step of the company's change management strategy is to overview the end-to-end process, determine the technology to be implemented, and communicate with the employees. For making this possible, you need to assign a project team to carry out the processes. This team could manage the scope of the project to be discussed, engagement of stakeholders, and set KPIs to define the output requirements of a project. 2. Trace the Solution The next step is to review how different departments are dealing with the changes and agree with future procedures as required. By specifying the latest interfaces and defining the transformation requirements at this stage, you can quickly get to the testing stage of interface units. Before designing your ERP solution, you should understand your business requirements and create it accordingly. You should ensure to create such a solution that meets all the challenges in your company from the very top of the organization down to the lowest levels. 3. Establish the Solution Once selecting the centralized solution, the next critical step is to test end-to-end processes as part of an application solution test. This test usually requires sample volume testing that happens in different departments to ensure consistency of functionality and reporting capabilities. 4. Implement the Solution This stage covers complete solution testing, as well as using CPM (Corporate Performance Management) tools to train expert practitioners in the technology. By incorporating end-user training, you can ensure a seamless transition to the employees to be ready once the solution goes live. 5. Go Live and Track the Issues Once your solution is tested and ready to go live, you need to apply the test configuration to the live environment. This type of testing and management should begin right from the starting stage of the initiation of the project. Additionally, you also need to evaluate performance levels using advanced Business Intelligence tools continuously. Enhancing Data Integrity: Having a single integrated ERP system provides the opportunity to manage data securely and reliably for the company, its customers, and partners. Maintaining data integrity is crucial for any company operating in the A&D market, and implementing a centralized ERP system across all departments minimizes the need to transfer data from system to system as it moves from department to department. Final Words: As discussed above, implementing ERP as a centralized, integrated system improves data integrity. Additionally, an integrated system also provides a 360-degree view of operational business processes and performances.

Nowadays, organizations work with a scalable approach and operate across various sites. These sites include different divisions within the company, such as the asset lifecycle, from design and manufacture to service and project management. All of these divisions could be running different ERP systems or at least different instances of a standard ERP. Enterprise resource planning proves to be an efficient system of integrated applications. It helps manage the business and automate many back-office functions related to technology, services, and human resources. There are many aspects associated with using ERP as a centralized, integrated system. Let’s discuss how it operates and what are the challenges faced by such a system.

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Minimizing the Silos of ERPs

Multiple ERP systems in an organization result in different reporting tools, analytics, and supply chain monitors. These differences result in damaged reporting, which means that the company cannot optimize performance across all operations and identify which parts need modification.

Moreover, having multiple ERPs in one place can result in expensive infrastructure, software, maintenance, and contracting capabilities. All the aspects mentioned above lead the organization to lack the agility to adapt to market changes. It also hampers the company to adopt the latest techniques, adhere to standards across the board, and remain consistent in conforming to regulatory control.

Best Solution for Minimizing the Silos of ERPs

The only solution to eliminate the silos of ERPs is to implement a single, centralized management solution across the organization. By doing so, only a single version of processes will take place in different departments of the company. Additionally, this system would also dynamically unlock values by actively managing performance and thereby supporting business process changes. Hence, a single-instance ERP system can significantly help in interfacing and integrating with the external suppliers or customer systems efficiently.

However, a single ERP solution implementation does not happen overnight. It takes a changed management strategy to achieve reports from stakeholders across different departments. By using the same ERP system, all departments will be measured and reported on, in the same way, resulting in clear visibility of processes taking place across the organization.

Presenting a five-step methodology to implement a single-instance ERP solution across the organization:

  1. Launch the Project

The first step of the company's change management strategy is to overview the end-to-end process, determine the technology to be implemented, and communicate with the employees. For making this possible, you need to assign a project team to carry out the processes. This team could manage the scope of the project to be discussed, engagement of stakeholders, and set KPIs to define the output requirements of a project.

2. Trace the Solution

The next step is to review how different departments are dealing with the changes and agree with future procedures as required. By specifying the latest interfaces and defining the transformation requirements at this stage, you can quickly get to the testing stage of interface units. Before designing your ERP solution, you should understand your business requirements and create it accordingly. You should ensure to create such a solution that meets all the challenges in your company from the very top of the organization down to the lowest levels.

3. Establish the Solution

Once selecting the centralized solution, the next critical step is to test end-to-end processes as part of an application solution test. This test usually requires sample volume testing that happens in different departments to ensure consistency of functionality and reporting capabilities.

4. Implement the Solution

This stage covers complete solution testing, as well as using CPM (Corporate Performance Management) tools to train expert practitioners in the technology. By incorporating end-user training, you can ensure a seamless transition to the employees to be ready once the solution goes live.

5. Go Live and Track the Issues

Once your solution is tested and ready to go live, you need to apply the test configuration to the live environment. This type of testing and management should begin right from the starting stage of the initiation of the project. Additionally, you also need to evaluate performance levels using advanced Business Intelligence tools continuously.

Enhancing Data Integrity:

Having a single integrated ERP system provides the opportunity to manage data securely and reliably for the company, its customers, and partners. Maintaining data integrity is crucial for any company operating in the A&D market, and implementing a centralized ERP system across all departments minimizes the need to transfer data from system to system as it moves from department to department.

Final Words:

As discussed above, implementing ERP as a centralized, integrated system improves data integrity. Additionally, an integrated system also provides a 360-degree view of operational business processes and performances.

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