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About Fourtek Smart ERP

When you do any business it is necessary to keep a track of all your work flow and process to ultimately know the profiest and losses for your business. To do all these many businesses have some form of enterprise solution in their company like excel and few customized ERP. But slowly with changes in business requirements and competition to give best output by managing all business processes. FourtekSmart manages all critical business functions in any kind of business.

FourtekSmart ERP for furniture industry is useful for small as well as large furniture industries. Furniture industry is present worldwide and have unique requirements of ERPs. The ERP for furniture industry would be required to keep a track of all the clients, vendors, suppliers, productions, purchase, exports, BOM, etc.

FourtekSmart ERP helps the Furniture industry to give a quick response for any situation & product recalls. This ERP for furniture Industry is helpful to maintain the list of all and unused used raw materials, how many products are developed and sold, the details of customer and vendors, total amount expended an earned etc. it’s beneficial to improve the profit by cutting the unnecessary expended and also by getting the new opportunity.

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Benefits

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Streamline your processes

Monitor your costing

Reduce the Dependency on others

Reporting and tracking allows you manage delivery time

Cost reduction

Flexibility

Provide competitive advantage

Deployment

Deployment options of Fourtek Smart ERP

With a FourtekSmart ERP solution, you can put your business considerations first and do what is best for your business. You can choose to deploy your business software:

  1. In house (with in your premises)
  2. In the cloud
  3. Or both using a hybrid model that combines cloud and on-premises

In house:

With an in house deployment, some organizations feel that they have more control over their property, can rely on their own IT departments, are concerned with privacy, are willing to make a large initial investment to keep ongoing costs down and wish to provide their own security. They may have already invested in hardware and networks.

In the cloud:

The cloud offers benefits such as flexibility, ease of access, lower up-front costs, quality IT maintenance and security.

The cloud is getting a lot of attention. However, this does not mean that the cloud is right for all companies and industries. For example, think about a situation where the latency inherent in cloud access is not acceptable. In a manufacturing environment, for instance, a real-time control application might need to be located very close to the robots it controls.

Hybrid Model:

A growing number of businesses are choosing a hybrid deployment model that incorporates the cloud but retains an on-premises architecture. This allows organizations to take advantage of the cloud’s capabilities while keeping their most sensitive data behind the firewall.

Frequently Asked Question

Some FAQs help you to choose right ERP

  • What are the benefits of an ERP System?
    The benefits derived from ERP can far outweigh the costs of the system, providing that the system is selected carefully and is appropriate for your company from a feature, cost, and technology standpoint. Some of the benefits realized are:

    1. A single integrated system
    2. Streamlining processes and workflows
    3. Reduce redundant data entry and processes
    4. Establish uniform processes that are based on recognized best business practices
    5. Information sharing across departments
    6. Improved access to information
    7. Improved workflow and efficiency
    8. Improved customer satisfaction based on improved on-time delivery, increased quality, shortened delivery times
    9. Reduced inventory costs resulting from better planning, tracking and forecasting of requirements
    10. Turn collections faster based on better visibility into accounts and fewer billing and/or delivery errors
    11. Decrease in vendor pricing by taking better advantage of quotation comparison and tracking vendor performance
    12. Track actual costs of activities and perform activity based costing
    13. Provide a consolidated picture of sales, inventory and receivables
    14. An ERP system provides the solid operational backbone manufacturers and distributors need to improve the volume of production and fulfillment of orders while reducing costs. By optimizing your manufacturing and distribution operations with ERP, you'll also be able to focus on new business opportunities.
  • Do I need a new ERP?

    Below are the indications that you need a new ERP now:

    1. Increasing customer complaints about poor service
    2. Using Manual and multiple systems for the same task
    3. Failing to get accurate, up-to-date information for decision-making
    4. Using handwritten notes as it's easier to jot it down than use the current system
    5. Having to enter the same data into more than one system
    6. Inability to expand the business due to limitations of current information system
    7. Lost or corrupted data
    8. Dependency on others for completion of your task
  • How to choose right ERP?
    1. Cost Benefit Analysis:The cost of ERP implementation versus the benefit derived post implementation is a critical factor for consideration. An ERP should help overcome the cost and continue to pay dividends for years to come.
    2. Business Specific Requirements Implementation: Although the basic operation model is standard in every industry vertical, there are exceptions that make yours' unique. An ERP should account for and cater to each exception and meet the precise requirements of your business.
    3. Unrealistic Implementation Expectations: ERP sales representatives often understate the level of resources required to close the deal. Therefore, many companies fail to budget adequate time, money, resources and external consulting support to make the project successful.
    4. Modules Selection: An ERP consists of multiple modules. However, a business should limit the scope of the implementation to the module(s) needed to meet its operational goals. An attempt to overachieve can lead to failure.
    5. Cost of Implementation: ERP implementation can be a long and expensive process. Businesses should identify the deliverables and relevant cost implications for development and deployment of various modules along with the timeline. Cost of ownership of the required hardware system is a onetime expense, however the cost of upgradation and maintenance should be carefully considered as well. Additionally, salaries of IT managers and trained operators will remain a recurring cost.
    6. Employee Feedback on the ERP: Your employees will be the key stakeholders impacted by the ERP implementation. Consequently, employees from every department should preview the product to ensure their respective requirements and concerns are addressed.
    7. Selection of the ERP Vendor: Technology and business process implementation are generally the pillars to short list ERP vendors. However, the credibility of the vendor and testimonials to back the service quality should not be discounted.
    8. Long Term Planning: Although the primary criteria for ERP selection will be the current business requirements, future enhancements and requirements should also be considered and relevant provision should be maintained in the ERP.
    9. Post Implementation Support: A lot of issues arise once an organization starts using the implemented ERP system. Unless the issues are addressed appropriately and in a timely manner, the ERP cannot function smoothly.
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