SRI GROUPS CUSTOMIZED PRODUCTS
Manufacturing & Engineering
Today's consumers demand more choices, higher quality and
better value for their money. Whether you produce a finished
article, or are one of the links in the supply chain, to
remain competitive you have to reduce costs and time to
market, improve customer service, comply with increasing
pressures based around health and safety and still design
innovative products. To meet these challenges you need to
be able to harness the real power of technology and use
agile information systems that are fast to implement, flexible
and integrated. Information systems that are not just transaction
processors, but business intelligence systems providing
you with the information you want, in the format you want,
when you want it.
Experience of Shri Groups Technologies
Shri Groups Technologies has designed and developed an Enterprise
Wide Resource Planning solution for. The scope of the project
included development of complete ERP for Purchase, Sales,
Inventory, Account and Data Transfer. To maintain Purchase
and Sales of Raw Material, Finished good, engineering items
etc, with complete finance information. Data transfer to
update Head Office continuous with latest data at manufacturing
plant. N-tier Application for complex business policies.
One of the main cornerstones of our approach is the business
process view on the functionality and use of information
systems. This means that the value of an information system
is determined in operative use as a function of its support
for existing processes and practices. The keyword is the
The realignment of the new system and the organization
is therefore one of the most important tasks of any IT project.
It was concluded that the first logical step in this case
would be a thorough analysis of the selected business process.
The analysis should cover, for example, the main phases
of the process, key tasks and activities in each process
phase, responsibilities and available resources, including
the support provided by the existing IT infrastructure,
including the new ERP system. That information would determine
the baseline for subsequent development activities.