Param ERP solution provides a printing organization with a solid foundation, incorporating all of the fundamental aspects of running a business. The company stands to gain tremendous cost savings and service improvements across the enterprise. Processes are controlled, production scheduling is more efficiently managed and inventory is more accurately assessed. Also press performance can be measured in a much more holistic fashion than ever before. This gives administrators real-time visibility into all press processes, enabling them to make better strategic decisions. In short with on can reduce costs in three primary categories: inventory costs, operational costs and administrative costs.

Param ERP system is the technique of planning and controlling printing, with scalability and flexibility to meet the ongoing, changing needs of the organisation. Saving time and money by streamlining workflows and integrating equipments, processes and systems are outcome of ERP. Integrating Ultimate version with Human Resource module, Accountancy, CRM module and Web-to-Print module covers all activities performed to complete business cycle in modern times. All modules are highly customizable and integrate fully with other modules and eliminate the need to re-input redundant information into the system. Business intelligence dashboard helps in decision making and forecasting. CRM helps in communication, planning and reminders of events, tasks, meetings with customers, suppliers, team members & associates etc. ERP is effective across all aspects of printing business – financial and business management, sales, customer service and production.

 

Because an ERP solution has its fingers in all aspects of running a business, its benefits are myriad and go beyond tangible cost reductions. It can improve an organisation’s customer service and response time when solving issues. It can solve issues of interoperability among multiple press/operations locations. It can standardise and accelerate processes in all of a company’s manufacturing sites. It can streamline job order fulfilment processes. It can facilitate connecting partners’ and suppliers’ enterprise system.

Business Intelligence

One of the newer components of Param ERP package, BI shines a bright light into the heart of a printing company’s performance. In general, an ERP suite’s analytics or BI tools allow users to share and analyze the data that the ERP applications collect from across the enterprises from a unified repository. The end result is more informative decision making by everyone from executives to plant managers to human-resources professionals to accountants. A variety of automated reporting and analysis tools can help streamline operations, as well as improve an organisation’s business performance. With greater control and visibility of data across the enterprise, business leaders can better align the company’s operations with its overreaching strategic goals.

CRM

CRM has been a core component of ERP offering, giving printers a way to improve customer service by pulling together tools to fulfil customer’s orders, respond to customer’s service needs, and often create marketing campaigns to reach customers.

Most printers include sales tools to provide customers with sale quotes, process their orders and offer flexible pricing on their jobs. Another important CRM component is service management, which may arm customer service agents or mediators or commission agents with scripts of support, services and facilities. The third component is usually marketing, which may include tools to manage campaigns, create profiles and sales literature and develop a library of marketing collateral.

Additionally, CRM often has tools for account management and opportunity or lead management, as well as self service tools for customers.

Financial Management

Of all the ERP modules, the financial applications tend to be the most frequently utilized. Across the board, these include general ledger, account receivable and account payable, billing, and fixed asset management.

The financial management applications may also include tools for creating and adhering to budgets, cash-flow management, expense management, risk management and tax management.

HCM

The HCM module includes tools for human-resources management, performance management, pay roll, and time and labour tracking.

Manufacturing Operations

The manufacturing module is where much product differentiation happens, including industry-specific functionality. In general, these applications are intended to make printing, post printing operations more efficient and simple.

Applications often include PDM (Product Data Management), CRP (Capacity Requirements Planning), MRP (Materials Requirements Planning), forecasting, MPS (Master Production Scheduling), work-order management and shop floor control.

Online Applications

ERP solution includes online activities which support purchasing, quotations, supply chain, inventory, scheduling, job submission, sales & marketing, estimation request and above all global access to all features with authority. This module provides better control over processes in the organisation having multi location facilities. You can provide services, support and job status facilities to choice of clients through web application.