We thoroughly analyse our clients’ business pains and software environment to produce a set of recommendations and a roadmap for a cost-effective, iterative ERP implementation. We also help decide between an off-the-shelf solution with the necessary characteristics or a fully custom ERP system addressing the client’s unique requirements.
Custom ERP development
Genolis develops bespoke ERP solutions meeting the needs of specific companies with surgical accuracy while remaining lightweight, manageable and easy to implement across all departments and business units. Our ERP architectures are flexible, scalable and can be easily augmented with new workflows and essential features.
ERP customization and integration
Our custom ERP development practice is not limited to building ERP software from scratch. In many cases, existing commercial solutions can be configured and customized to a point where they fully satisfy our clients’ needs. We also help to seamlessly integrate existing ERP solutions with other internal and external services and data sources.
Maintenance and support
As an ERP software development company with a solid reputation on the market, we offer a full range of post-delivery services and stay with our clients for as long as they need us to keep their software environment healthy and patched, apply hotfixes, deal with integration issues, and add new product features that may be required as their business grows and diversifies.
Supply chain management
These ERP systems are tailored for monitoring multiple supply chains, managing product and service orders, keeping track of shipments and ensuring a steady flow of parts and materials into production departments.
Human resource management
A special type of ERP, this one focuses on managing the most valuable resource of all — employees. From recruiting and onboarding newcomers to measuring their performance throughout their career, these systems help the corporate HR stay on top of things at all times.
With a strong focus on inventory monitoring and management, this type of ERP systems allows managers to quickly assess current stock levels at warehouses, identify demand trends and take proactive actions to restock supplies.
These ERPs are created with the purpose of monitoring and managing all major aspects of modern manufacturing facilities: issues, incidents, service orders, fleet management, security checks and certifications, audits and more.
Organizations use ERPs to track the supply and utilization of parts and materials, calculate production costs, gauge productivity, manage people and equipment and generally have a clear view of the manufacturing process.
Created for taking care of financial matters, they offer an end-to-end financial perspective of the entire company. From payroll management and invoicing to budgeting and forecasting, they offer everything necessary under a single umbrella.