Finix is an enterprise application which has been developed for Jyoti CNC Automation Ltd., which covers most of their business processes. Such modules are Sales, Finance, HR, Manufacturing, Customer Support, Customer Solutions, R&D, Quality Management, Store. It is a common application for all to work their daily activities in a single platform. Using this application management will derive their business decisions with real time data & analytics.
ERP Modules & Features
- Lead Management
- Inquiry management
- Analysis Tool
- Projection & Planning
- Cost Analysis Reports
- Incentive Calculation
- Product Quotation
- Sales Order
- Sales Invoice
- Sales Target Analysis Tool
- Daily Visit Report Auto calculation using
- GPS tracking system
- Part Management Tool
- Future Production Planning
- Work station allocation
- Daily Production analysis
- Manpower Utilization Tool & Reports
- Work station Utilization Tool & Reports
- Work Station Downtime analysis
- Maximum Work Station Utilization planning Schedular
- Assembly operation schedular
- Material management tool
- Daily Production report
- Future Material Requirement
- Service Call Management Tool
- Service auto assigns intelligent.
- Mobile App for Create and manage Service call
- Daily visit report auto calculation using GPS tracking system
- Invoice management
- AMC management
- Service Payment management
- Material Requisition
- Product Warranty Management
- Employee Master
- Shift Management
- Employee Recruitment Tool
- Employee Announcement & Company News to mobile app
- Attendance Management Tool
- Leave Management
- Punch-in/Out synchronous with biometric device
- Prepare monthly attendance report
- Auto Salary Slip Generate Tool
- Auto Form-A Generate Tool
- Employee Loan Management
- Material requirement reports based on future production.
- Calculate estimate delivery date (EDR) based on available material.
- Quarterly planning reports
- Require man power & material tool based on planning
- Analysis and Solutions for achieve planned production.
- Invoice Management
- Customer Ledger Management
- Consolidated Account
- Payment History
- Bank Management
- Travels & Other Cost Analysis
- Purchase Order Management
- Vendor Management
- Logistics Management
- Material Tracking Tool
- Purchase Request Management
- Supply Chain Management
- Yearly Purchase Reports
- Asset Management
- LC (Letter of Credit) Management
- BG (Bank guarantee) Management
- Buyer's Credit Management
- Finance Reports & Analysis Tool
- Advance Payment Management
- Company Vouchers Tool
- Non-Conformities (NC) Management
- Product Quality Analysis Based on Defect Types
- Zero Defect Product Reports
- Product Improvement Steps and Analysis
R & D
- Task management
- Purchase Inquiry management
- Product Research Document & Asset Management
- Customer Specific Requirements (CSR) Product Management
- Product Design & Technology Management
- Stock Management
- Material Location Tracking Tool
- Material Inward Management
- Material GRN Report
- Multiple Warehouse Management
Advantages of ERP
Redundant data entry and processes.
Better communication across various departments.
Improving workflow and security.
Visibility of all business processes from one central location
Real-time reporting across departments through charts and statistics
Implement the ERP Software in stages through its various modules depending on an organization needs
Faster completion of workflow through automation of business systems
Automation of redundant and time-consuming operations
Improved customer support with customized and flexible services
Remote and instant access to business data
Maintaining Control and Reducing operational costs
Long term production planning
ERP Process Planning A typical ERP implementation plan can be divided into several phases, each with specific objective. Every business process is unique, so the phases may vary somewhat depending on the company, and they also may overlap. Following are the phases that has been conceptualized.
Project PlanningThe most important parts of ERP development are requirement gathering or requirement analysis are usually done by the most skilled and experienced software engineers in the organization.
Project AnalysisOnce requirements are gathered from the client, a scope of development is created in which the scope of the project is identified.
WireframeDefine a wireframe of the project is most important and critical stage prior to develop an ERP system. Wireframe means a document which will show how actual system will work.
ApprovalA formal approval is required from stakeholder(s) before developing the complete ERP system as per requirement.
DevelopmentOnce approval has been received from stakeholder(s) Software Engineers / Developers will start writing code to develop an ERP system.
TestingAs different parts of the system are completed; they are put through a series of tests. it is tested against the requirements to make sure that the product is actually solving the needs addressed during the requirement phase.
TrainingTraining covers not only system functionalities, but also revision in business processes if any. It takes into consideration that every function has its own unique process hence training is required to understand it properly. It will also guide employees -at all levels of the organization.
MonitoringPerformance issues that affect the ERP systems can lead to loss of revenue and business, if not resolved quickly. In enterprise businesses, it is imperative to maintain a structure with a high level of availability, hence monitoring is required in such complex environments.
MaintenanceAny software system evolves with extra features and enhancements to existing options. Recognize what software system versions you are using and what the latest updates are available. ERP developers will provide version upgrades to rectify bugs that have been identified, added additional functionality, improvise system navigation or change the look and feel of the ERP system. Software updates are necessary to keep the system up-to-date.