Genius ERP: ready out-of-the-box for custom manufacturing.
Manufacturers ask themselves if they really need the features an ERP offers.
Integrating an ERP is a major investment for any manufacturer, so many small
and medium-sized businesses feel they might be too small to take the leap.
But, the fact of the matter is, in order to compete against larger companies,
small businesses need to outdo their competition. Small and mid-sized
manufacturers who use the right ERP can actually operate like enterprise-scale
businesses, leveraging the power of the software to streamline their processes,
increase their productivity and throughput, and reduce costs.
At a base level, an ERP can integrate all the core
processes you need to run your manufacturing business into one seamless system:
engineering, purchasing, production, invoicing, inventory management, human
resource management, customer relations management, accounting, sales, and
more. Imagine having easy access to truly useful, real-time information about
how your plant is functioning, that status of individual jobs, and an accurate
forecast for your margins. Manufacturers who have installed an ERP built for
the manufacturing industry, have
been able to increase their sales, but they also have
higher customer satisfaction
Still, it can be difficult for many SMEs to outline the
specific benefits an ERP system will deliver to help accomplish their goals.
Here are just a few benefits of getting the most out of manufacturing ERP
All relevant data can be shared, accessed and updated by all departments, eliminating the need to re-enter or
ustom manufacturing ERP can
handle the demands of high-variable, multi-stage production with fewer errors,
increased productivity, and reduced HR expenses.
Real-time data generated
by the system can provide an overall picture of operations useful for
marketing, management, and accounting purposes, enabling your company to make
crucial decisions on time.
You can ask yourself a couple of simple questions to see
if an ERP would help you.
Do you have 100% clarity on your inventory? Can you order
just-in-time for high-variable jobs?
Is your sales team able to build accurate quotes on the
fly that your shop can produce profitably?
Do you know the status and anticipated delivery date of
every job on your floor and in your backlog?
If your goal is to save time, achieve quicker response
times when dealing with customer queries, boost your ability to plan ahead,
reduce waste, and best of all, reduce stress, then it may be time to work those
manufacturing ERP functions into your strategy.
Learn more about the benefits of Genius Solutions’
manufacturing ERP functions