BasiqERP

What’s an ERP?

Enterprise resource management or the ERP is a suite of business applications to help you manage your business processes better and more efficiently.

An ERP system encompasses everything from inventory management to human resources to customer relationship management.

Having an ERP removes all the operational redundancies and centralize all the informational flow. This helps companies centralize all the business information in a shared database, which helps them make business decisions, faster and better.

An ERP system brings together siloed information from every corner of the business operations giving the decision makers the ability to monitor processes across the board.

This agility improves employee productivity and business efficiency. Combined with an equally capable CRM, an ERP is all you need for business management, operational efficiency, analysis, and reporting.

BasiqERP Cloud

Cloud technologies are having a disruptive impact on all aspects of business and everyday life. Cloud-based business infrastructure brings new levels of insights and innovation to the business.

Modern ERPs are no exception.

ERP applications have come a long way since their humble beginnings in late 60s. The biggest transformation of all has been the migration of modern ERP infrastructure to the cloud.

Legacy ERP systems were not able to maintain their competence in today’s highly competitive agile world. What businesses needed was the business functionalities of legacy ERP systems combined with the innovation of cloud..

Introducing ERP on the cloud.

Cloud ERP solutions take away all the complexity of running an on-premise ERP system, thus reducing operational costs to a fraction and giving businesses the data-driven efficiency that comes with traditional ERPs.

BasiqERP is our take on how a cloud-based ERP should be.

BasiqERP is built from scratch for a cloud age. Every single module is designed to leverage the power of the cloud.

Most business infrastructure, including CRM, has already moved to the cloud, giving BasiqERP an unparalleled power by connecting to those data sources.

This powerful combination gives you the ability to automate routine business processes for higher efficiencies, discover business insights from the data faster, develop and execute data-driven plans.

Here are a few modules inside BasiqERP that help you with your business processes:

  • Financial management
  • Order management
  • Production management
  • Supply chain management
  • Inventory management
  • Warehouse management
  • Vendors management
  • Human resources management

BasiqERP combines the power of the cloud with your business information to generate better insights and business decisions. It’s a complete suite of business applications you need to manage your business with agility and efficiency.

We designed BasiqERP to be one of the most customizable and user-friendly cloud-based ERP solutions in the industry.

As BasiqERP takes a modular approach, you can customize the software the way your business operates in the real world. Modules are easy to activate, deactivate, and re-arrange.

BasiqERP comes with a comprehensive suite of business processes modules, although operational processes vary significantly from business to business.

We provide on-demand custom modules development. Apart from the core packages that come packed inside BasiqERP suite, you can demand your custom modules with requirement instructions.

Our custom modules team take care of any and every type of module request and helps you deploy it without any interruption in the running BasiqERP.

Training and Support

As with other mission-critical business apps, ERP brings a new set of training and learning challenges.

Our customer support reps provide both on-premise and remote training sessions to let your staff get up and running with BasiqERP.

As with other Abacus offering, industry-leading customer support is available 24×7.

“With AWS a new server can be up and running in three minutes (it used to take Eli Lilly seven and a half weeks to deploy a server internally) and a 64-node Linux cluster can be online in five minutes (compared with three months internally)…The deployment time is really what impressed us.”

Dave Powers, Associate Information Consultant, Eli Lilly and Company.