A solution for your business process
Almost every company has one: an ERP system. This system is a software solution in which you can handle various business processes automatically. At Convident we often develop ERP packages that are made up of standard modules which you can use. Therefore, the biggest advantage of the ERP system is saving time and costs. The information and management system we call an ERP allows all information to be linked and bundled in one digital system. In addition, the arrival of an ERP system often leads to more customer focus, decreasing stock costs, a higher service level and orders can be processed faster.Request a quote
“Saving time and costs – Which
company doesn’t want that?!”
An ERP system is for everyone
Choosing a suitable ERP package is not something you, as an organization, can do in one day (or just as quickly). The way we build an ERP system modularly at Convident, the package should last for years, and if your organisation grows the package can grow with it. The advantage of linking everything together is that all information (data) comes together centrally in one place and can therefore also be managed from one place. After all, data is a very important factor nowadays, because – according a Dutch saying – ‘to measure is to know’. Choose a package with us that fits the future picture of your company. The system is available to everyone in the organisation and if one person enters something, everyone sees it immediately (in real time).View more web applications
If your organisation grows, the ERP package will grow with it.
Advice on ERP system
Can’t see the wood for the trees? Don’t want to make a wrong (and therefore expensive) choice? Then we will be happy to help you. We not only look for a suitable ERP package for the current situation, but also with an eye to your future.
We help you get a clear picture of the web application landscape in order to make the most futureproof choice with you. Please contact us for the possibilities!Contact us
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