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We offers implementation services for VMS, MSP, ERP, cloud, analytics and digital transformation. We are a certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) with Salesforce , SharePoint, Dashboarding and Staff Augmentation.

Enterprise System Integration

Enterprise system integration allows different solutions and applications to transfer data and communicate with each other. Data is centralized so that your team does not have to log in to different systems and do the same job. Business processes and manual tasks are all automated. 

There are various system integrations like ERP and PLM, 3D CAD integrations, product testing software integrations, etc. Now that you have a basic idea about integrations, let’s jump in to understand why you need integration for your business.

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Enterprise Resource Planning

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is designed to facilitate a company’s cross-functional processes. This software allows companies to eliminate inconsistencies and duplications of efforts during operations, share data, standard practices across enterprises, and access information in a real-time environment.

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Enterprise Content Management

Enterprise Content Management is the systematic collection and organization of information that is to be used by a designated audience – business executives, customers, etc. Enterprise content management (ECM) extends the concept of content management by adding a timeline for each content item and, possibly, enforcing processes for its creation, approval and distribution. Systems using ECM generally provide a secure repository for managed items, analog or digital. They also include one (or more) methods for importing content to bring manage new items, and several presentation methods to make items available for use. Although ECM content may be protected by digital rights management (DRM), it is not required. ECM is distinguished from general content management by its cognizance of the processes and procedures of the enterprise for which it is created.

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Supply Chain Management Systems

The third type of enterprise application is supply chain management systems. A supply chain refers to the collection of people, tasks, equipment, and other resources required to produce and move products from a vendor to a customer. These management systems facilitate integrated partnerships amongst all the goods, services, and customers points.


The main goal for supply management systems is to coordinate the timely flow of information upstream and downstream of an organization. Some management systems may feature functions for purchasing, inventory management, product configuration, supplier scheduling, goods inspections, claims processing, and warehousing.

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Customer Relation Management

Customer relationship management (CRM) refers to the principles, practices, and guidelines that an organization follows when interacting with its customers.


From the organization's point of view, this entire relationship encompasses direct interactions with customers, such as sales and service-related processes, forecasting, and the analysis of customer trends and behaviors. Ultimately, CRM serves to enhance the customer's overall experience.

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Enterprise Application Integration

Enterprise integration is the use of multiple integration approaches, including API management, application integration and messaging to leverage enterprise services and assets in order to expose them as APIs or connect them as services.

Full life cycle solutions starting from requirements, encompassing design, execution, and continuous support, etc.


Requirements Analysis and Solution Proposal

System Integration Design

System Integration Development

System Installation and Commissioning

System Health Checkup and Audits

System Performance Optimization

Services (Non-Comprehensive) Support Contracts

Maintenance (Comprehensive) Contracts

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Accounting/Financial Management.

The final main component of ERP is accounting, aka financial management. Because every business process involves money flow, whether paying your employees or paying to ship goods, this tool works with other ERP system components.


Accounting tools analyze and track financial data, including accounts receivable, accounts payable, budgets and costs. Financial data analyses can reveal trends in your spending, helping you better understand calculated profits and discover where you can reduce costs. You also obtain predictions to project future revenue.


Profitability is the driving force of all businesses, making it fundamental among components of ERP systems. These platforms maximize revenue by integrating sales, customer relations and distribution practices. The software ultimately increases productivity and frees employee time to work on non-automated tasks.

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