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Consulting and integration LLC

Konsultasi dan integrasi PT

“Excellence is the gradual result of always striving to do better”. Pat Riley

The acronym ERP stands for enterprise resource planning. It refers to the systems and software packages used by organizations to manage day-to-day business activities, such as accounting, personnel administration, organizational management, procurement, project management and maintenance. ERP systems tie together, define a plethora of business processes, and enable the flow of data between them. By collecting an organization’s shared transactional data from multiple sources, ERP systems eliminate data duplication and provide data integrity with a “single source of truth.”

Financial and cost controlling, budgeting.

ERP system can be integrated with the Planning system and data warehouse.

In addition, we can provide ERP integration with the SRM system (supplier relation management), tender management and other systems.

All bank clients, customers and suppliers can be classified in the unified directory under master data management (MDM).

This implies the integration of ERP (suppliers, service-providers, lessee, and lessors), CRM (clients) and core-system (all banking, non-banking clients and correspondents) within unified classificatory.

This approach allows us to provide a unified methodology, management data on customers and counterparties.

 

  • Scalability
  • Cross-module integration
  • Process alignment and automation
  • Lower operation risk
  • Reduce costs
  • More accurate and vast analytics

Dimensions:

  • Accounts
  • Financial assignments
  • Financial management units / cost centers
  • Funds
  • Projects

 

  • MSS ESS (web intranet corporate portal: self-service functionality).
  • Elements of the system "artificial intelligence" (decision-making in the standardized and non-standard strategy of the HR process, approval and replacement)
  • e-recruiting
  • e-learning
  • e-assessment
  • Travel management

 

  • Motivation and rewarding system
  • Business-roles
  • Personnel professional development and promotion

 

  • HR management
  • Personal development