A detailed analysis of your system landscape (IT infrastructure & applications) - against the background of the business model to be supported - is the starting point for every IT project.
Whether financial key figures, reporting, KPI or efficiency increase - we define your goals together as the basis for the necessary IT tools.
We find with you the ideal software provider (e.g. for ERP or merchandise management systems) in presentation workshops.
The digitisation of reporting and controlling creates transparency. Reporting and controlling systems are used to pass on data to control the finances of your company. To this end, information is prepared as reports by appropriate software solutions in controlling and made available to users in a practical and comprehensible form.
Your IT infrastructure is the entirety of your IT operating rooms, communication networks, systems (hardware), programs (software) and IT services. This area is usually associated with regular investments.
Whether flexible workstations, installation of a new telephone system, cloud implementations or the processing of large amounts of data on better servers and faster computers - in times of digitisation, with constantly changing business processes, a modern IT infrastructure is indispensable.
Since the 1990s, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems have been used to manage and control operational resources such as capital, personnel or means of production. Originally used as business software solutions for large companies, the market increasingly offers solutions for small and medium-sized enterprises.
In order to successfully master the digital change, a cross-divisional, strongly networked ERP system and a modern IT infrastructure are necessary. It is essential that the interfaces - such as CRM systems and BI tools - communicate bilaterally with the ERP system in order to minimise redundant master data in the best possible way.
CRM is the abbreviation for Customer Relationship Management. CRM systems are consistently oriented towards a customer's company and systematically design the customer relationship processes. CRM systems primarily serve to optimise customer relationship processes and to enable digital interaction with the respective customer. In CRM systems, it must be possible to display the prospective and existing customers at a glance. CRM systems also serve to document the respective actions with the individual customers and to be able to store the orders won with the customer.
How well are documents available in your company? Do you already benefit from version controls or revision security? The database-supported administration of your documents with a document management system (DMS) offers great potential for optimising your business processes. Your employees are thus able to process, capture, store and trace documents anywhere and anytime.
In this way, DMS systems are digital archives that facilitate knowledge transfer and help to avoid print documents in the long term.
Business Intelligence (BI) systems increase the efficiency of your company's activities through fully automated processes which - in the best case - do not require any further manual input by your employees. Data retrieval, data transformation, analysis and distribution of standardized reports or key performance indicators are made available with a mouse click - a noticeable relief for your employees in the finance/controlling department.
Imagine that you want to plan or build your own dream house, but a friend advises you not to hire an architect or construction manager for this project. But how can this work out if the builder does not know your wishes or ideas?
The builder would most likely position the house in the wrong place, the windows would not be placed according to your wishes and the interior decoration would not cover your requirements. How are you supposed to feel comfortable in your own dream house if nothing corresponds to what you originally dreamed of?
The introduction of an ERP system is comparable to a building project. Identical to a building project, the desired functions must be recorded before implementation in order to select the appropriate system. GHK acts as an architect to set up the target processes and document the functional requirements. During the implementation of the ERP system, GHK acts in project management to ensure that the implementation runs smoothly.
Daldrup & Söhne AG
Miles & More GmbH
Rügenwalder Mühle Carl Müller GmbH & Co. KG
An analysis of the status quo and the significance of operative digitisation in commercial business processes and its implementation
There is a strikingly strong discrepancy between the assessment of the importance of documenting commercial business processes and the actual degree of documentation. What is the situation in your company?
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