The integrated set of services cover:
- End to end Business Solutions including Enterprise Applications and Business Support Systems such as ERP, CRM, Middleware Integration, Portals, Content Management, Process Solutions, Business Intelligence, SIS, Facility Management, Reliability Management, GIS and others.
- Systems Integration Services, Program Management, Project Management, PMO & Independent Audit services.
- Industry Vertical Solutions & Services (Banking, Manufacturing, Oil and Gas, Telco, Government, Utilities, Education, Healthcare, Insurance, Security and Small & Medium Business – SMB Segments).
- Technologies: Oracle, Siebel, SAP, Odoo, Microsoft, Web Applications and others.
- Application Management Services (AMS), Operation Management, Managed Services engagements and Outsourcing.
- Business Consultancy and Transformation Services and Solutions.
- Education & Training Services (International & Local / Onsite).
The Professional Services portfolio is based on a wealth of experience in providing information systems solutions to customers across a wide range of technology platforms. The rich experience enabling TechiWare to offer vast knowledge and expertise in a form that best meets their needs.
These services along with the support of industry leading global business partners have enabled TechiWare to deliver comprehensive tailored integrated solutions. Which in return will help our customers to swiftly adapt to market changes while maintaining high Return on Investment (ROI).
Today, the Professional Services staff are highly qualified and experienced professionals with hands-on experience in varied technologies and platforms. Which provides us the ability to quickly respond to our customers’ growing IT needs while adhering to the highest quality standards.
Enterprise Resources Planning
Enterprise Resources Planning
One of the most important characteristics of ERP systems is that they are built on a single comprehensive database. This is allowing to share information across the enterprise. ERP system integration, on the internal side, can be assumed to be complete and comprehensive. And as long as the ERP systems covers all of your information management needs, and there are no external systems or applications in place or planned, integration should not be a concern.
ERP system integration with the outside world is another matter entirely. Most companies have more than just an ERP system and many also want to exchange information and documents with trading partners. The good news is that information and document exchange with partners is pretty straightforward these days. This is can be achieved through web-based application design, included collaboration functionality in most systems. And accepted standards for business document and transaction exchange through EDI (Electronic Data Interchange, widely used protocol for exchanging purchase orders, acknowledgements, ship notices, etc.). Also newer and more capable Web services / SOA protocols and standards.
Integrating ERP with other enterprise applications is the more problematic area of ERP system integration. In addition to the ERP business information backbone, many companies have other systems for Manufacturing Execution (MES) and data collection. Also, Quality management and process control (may be a part of MES), Warehouse Management (WMS), Transportation Management (TMS). There are also and/or other “outside” systems that could benefit from integration with the ERP backbone.