The health crisis we are going through is causing profound upheavals and putting a strain on many companies that had not yet taken into account the importance of carrying out their digital transformation. Indeed, overnight, remote work has become essential to everyone and the management processes traditionally carried out in the office have had to evolve to adapt to this new situation.
This unprecedented shift in the market was a real challenge for companies and particularly for those who managed their day-to-day operations without relying on efficient digital infrastructures and solutions.
Playing the card of resilience and performance
To successfully complete this tour de force, companies must take height and consider how to develop their management system. At the heart of the organization, the latter is the central element that makes it possible to carry out a real digital transformation. ERP serves as a cornerstone to allow all business components of the company to effectively manage their operations. Finance, Purchasing, Commerce, Human Resources, Logistics, Support and Customer Relations are all teams that can then access a robust system to work together on a single environment.
The need for all structures to access an ERP
Traditionally used by large structures and mid-sized companies, ERP must now be extended to all companies. In this sense, recent market developments and the growth of cloud technologies have played a key role. Thus, thanks to SaaS, technologies that are complex to implement are now accessible and easier to deploy to small and medium-sized structures. In addition, there are also more competitive operating costs. In the end, this therefore translates into the possibility for everyone to access concrete operational benefits that will allow the company to gain in agility in the management of its operations.
Carry out your ERP project to face the economic crisis
The question of relying on an ERP adapted to its organization is therefore the priority that must occupy companies wishing to carry out their digital transformation. In this sense, it is important not to make mistakes in your technological choice, but also in the design of your project. Let us not forget that setting up an ERP is above all a subject of business governance which must serve the entire organization to make it more agile and resilient. Relying on an ERP integrator is also crucial so that he can support you by providing you with advice and expertise that will allow you to secure your projects. It is under these conditions that companies will be able to overcome the obstacles of the health crisis and that they will continue to maintain their activities with the least impact possible.