Common tools and legacy platforms to streamline and manage complex workflows have become a passé in the enterprise communities across various industries. In the current scenario, especially in manufacturing, organizations are swiftly turning towards cloud computing and big data analytics-based ERP software for real-time collaboration of data with relevant departments, employees, machinery and much more to facilitate a smooth manufacturing process. ePROMIS Solutions, a Houston, Texas-based provider of enterprise products has enabled over three thousand customers across the globe to stay on par with these ongoing industry trends through its manufacturing ERP systems that simply define ‘new ways of doing business’. The reliable, secure, and cost-effective ERP software of ePROMIS is created with the idea of helping enterprises interpret and act on data more precisely than ever before.
The cloud-based, ePROMIS manufacturing ERP are highly customizable and based on the global best practices in manufacturing operations. By adopting this full-fledged ERP system, enterprises can not only achieve cost-effective management of tools, machinery and resources but also be able to scale demands and boost quality standards in manufacturing. Owing to this reason, ePROMIS’ manufacturing ERP has found vast applicability in core functional areas such as project management, human capital management, job costing and budgeting, inventory and billing of materials and warehouse management. “Our initial objective of establishing ePROMIS was to alleviate common challenges in manual accounting and bookkeeping by automating basic accounting processes,” recalls Mathews Mathew, CEO and Managing Director, ePROMIS Solutions. “After the PC business flourished across the world, we decided to serve clients outside the U.S. and today, we have over a million users for ePROMIS ERP solutions.” Since 1981, ePROMIS has managed to delight customers by increasing efficiency, reducing unnecessary downtime, enhancing production performance, improving Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE), maximizing plant productivity and enabling a 360-degree view of data across their organization.
“We build our ERP software with innovative features like powerful dashboards, visual analyses and reporting. This allows real-time data analytics, projections and predictions, alerts and notifications for the users to make data-oriented and informed business decisions,” adds Mathew. To stay relevant and keep up with the technology transformations and market competition, ePROMIS remains resilient and adopts a dynamic multi-faceted differentiation strategy. “We are a customer-centric organization and we iterate our solutions by placing ourselves in customers’ shoes to find ways to better our services,” expresses Mathew. Besides winning customers’ trust, ePROMIS has set new standards in the business of ERP through innovation, product differentiation, brand power, service and support quality, employee engagement, and corporate social responsibility.
ePROMIS is planning to prepare its moves to penetrate deep into the device and internet-enabled future where businesses will seek higher enterprise mobility. “Based on our predictions, by 2025 there would be over one trillion users of smart devices. The rampant use of internet-connected devices would drive businesses to the next level of Internet of Things (IoT) and Big Data. This would mean increased dependence on cloud, BYOD and enterprise mobility concepts which in turn can give rise to security-related concerns,” says Mathew. To thwart security-related complexities, ePROMIS has made investments in this area and also plans to leverage the possibilities of Artificial Intelligence in business to reshape the entire ERP software ecosystem and transform business processes and productivity benchmarks.
Additionally, ePROMIS has taken huge steps through extensive research and development to merge IOT and ERP. “Now that we have amassed attention and meaningful associations across the U.S., U.K, Australia, Malaysia, and Singapore, we are gearing up to transform the ERP markets in India, Eastern Europe and South America,” concludes Mathew.