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Our Strategy

We believe relationships are built on trust to establish trust you must be genuine our genuine personality consists of hero, explorer and jester

 

HERO:

When the going gets tough, the tough get going and hence we are a hero our journey never ends we accept all challenges and meet them headon.We show courage in tough times and we do not rest until we accomplish our goals.

EXPLORER:

Do not fence me we are the explorers we are never satisfied with what we have and we hold a high sense of adventure we are curious about the world –restless-yet we are excited about the journey that lies ahead

JESTER:

If you are not having fun try harder we are the jesters we have a knack of adding humour to stressful situation –helping those around us cope. Always seeing the humour in every situation, we remind everyone it is ok to have fun.

The enterprise software strategy planning process focuses mainly on an EPM and EIM technologies which typically covers most processes in the enterprise software plan. This process compares (1) upgrading and/or augmenting current EPM to (2) best-in-class EPM. The following are the three major comparison factors:

1)  Projected benefits

  • Strategic
  • Business process improvements
  • Technical obsolescence—that may exist with current EPM—as compared to new ERP

2) Estimated costs

  • Software licenses and hardware costs
  • Implementation/reimplementation costs
  • On-going costs differences
  • Soft costs for the lost capacity to your company team members involved

3) Risk assessment

Our Enterprise Software Strategy Planning Process

Based on these three major comparison factors, our enterprise software strategy planning process is shown below.

1) Educate:- The following items are discussed—which are intended to improve the company team member’s ability to participate in the various planning discussions that will be conducted.

  • EPM market current status
  • Attributes of a modernized EPM and the general benefits to user
  • Modern collaboration options with suppliers, customers, and other business partner
  • Implementation control techniques to manage risk and achieve better results

2) Conduct investigation:-

A) Determine needed information about your business:

  • Strategic: Discuss potential major changes in company size, acquisitions, new products, manufacturing techniques, distribution, international business, industry trends, or other major potential changes with your business.
  • Process improvement: Discuss high value processes and customer-facing processes to determine ones that are materially ineffective in some way. Discuss how regular processes are conducted.
  • Obsolescence: Discuss current or pending obsolescence and/or technical limitations of any current enterprise Application (with a focus on EPM), any technical element supporting enterprise software, and status/viability of software products/vendors currently used.

B) Estimate differences in how: 

  • Current EPM Application and
  • Best-in-class EPM software can support current and projected business objectives determined in the first step. Much of this comparison will be qualitatively assessed—as this is usually sufficient for this planning.

C) Estimate costs to: 

  • Improve current EPM application and
  • Purchase and install the best-in-class EPM software:

->  Software licenses and maintenance: Develop estimated costs using the Soft Select methodology on how to achieve aggressive EPM license fees and maintenance amounts. If relevant, establish any value of migration options and current maintenance fee status with the current EPM vendor.

->  Implementation: Develop estimated costs that can be achieved in a highly controlled and effective implementation for a company of your size, type, and initial project implementation scope. Discuss why these costs could be significantly more.

-> Other costs: Discuss other costs for hardware, software, and other project costs.

->  Soft costs: Discuss and potentially model selected soft costs.

D) Discuss:

  • Discuss the typical EPM project risk factors and methods to mitigate these risks. This discussion intends to result in a realistic but not overly pessimistic assessment of risk and how to better control the risk. Included in this is an assessment of the company’s ability to positively conduct an EPM implementation.

3) Discuss and develop the results:- Once company-specific results from step #2 are organized, the results can be further discussed and developed toward the creation of the enterprise software strategy plan.

4) Deliver recommendations:- Based on the results of the company investigation (step #2) and discussion and further development of the results (step #3) a report is developed. Details to augment this written report are usually provided in a verbal debrief/discussion.

The deployment of this process is company specific.