NaN-tic Jan 28, 2022
According to the latest published studies, the small size of the average of Spanish companies weighs on their productivity compared to other countries in their environment, such as Germany or the United Kingdom. Less than 1% reaches 50 workers and that harms the country's economic growth. (Source.)
We are also at the tail end of digitalisation, and precisely digitalization, technology, and technological and scientific professional profiles have been revealed as the current keys to the growth of companies. In this sense, the Covid19 pandemic has accelerated the need to update in digital transformation, to achieve and retain new professional profiles, and to turn towards different business models.
Gustavo Parés, director of NDS Cognitive Labs said: "The pandemic made many companies recognize the importance of digitalization, but it is one thing to understand this need for change, and quite another to know how to do it. Digital transformation isn't just about having a website or opening a social media account, it's about a shift in operations, ways of working, sales, and even the business model to create stronger, more productive, and more innovative companies." (Source.)
That is resources and knowledge.
Can you get your chest out when talking about the digitalization of the company?
Do you have the EDI system in place?
Do you have your document management optimized?
Do you have automated stock provisioning?
Do you have a backup service that covers you against network crashes?
Do you have an updated and agile accounting software implemented?
And these are just five of many other questions you could ask yourself to validate the level of digitalization of your company...
But let's not be overwhelmed, there is a technology that gives a positive answer to these questions: ERP.
And you do very well to think about it. If someone has explained to you that implementing an ERP is simple, or they have never done it or it directly lacks the truth. Implementing an ERP means analyzing the company's processes and their needs, and adapting the different ERP modules to the specific characteristics of the business. Therefore, the best ERP you can choose is:
The most adaptable. So that you have and pay only the modules you need, neither more nor less.
The most flexible. The more customization the modules allow, the better they will work in your company (just like if you buy a custom suit).
The most scalable. We do all this to work better and above all to be able to grow, therefore, you need an ERP that can grow with you without the modifications leading to implementation from scratch every time...
The process will be very similar, but we will start from an experience from which the company will have learned a lot! In any case, the best ERP will continue to be: the most adaptable, the most flexible, and the most scalable.
There is only one safe and fast way to do things and that is to know how to do them. Even for improvisation, you need to know and have experience. For this, you will need a trusted expert consultant to accompany you and take care of everything. The ideal consultant has a face and eyes, is dedicated to your project as his own, and is backed by knowledge and experience. This is the consultant you can entrust with the guidance of your team from the beginning of the implementation or migration of the ERP, and afterward during its maintenance and growth.
A team of qualified enterprise software programmers is the ones who will build and adapt the ERP scaffolding, and then also take care of the necessary tweaks that arise along the way. They know this technology deeply, how it works and how it is modified.
"Today we are even more convinced than on the first day that the absolute and total integration of the processes that make up a company is critical," explains Santiago, who adds "that is why we know that we arenotwrong, and especially once we have migrated the management system to Tryton."
"Tryton is one of the main axes in our company's strategy. Business can be done the same, with Tryton or with other ERP, but Tryton helps us to do business in a different way, without having to give up who we are. Being able to count on Tryton and NaN-tic is a competitive advantage." (Source.)
Bruno Chao, Managing Director of Accenture Technolgy explains it very clearly:
"A 2019 study, conducted by Accenture, revealed that the 10% of companies that invest the most in digital transformation and technology double their growth compared to 25% of companies that are in the lower investment bracket. This same study, repeated in 2021, reveals that growth multiplied by five, and not by two. This is the driving power of technology and digital transformation."
"That is why it can be said that this transformation has meant the survival, resilience, and growth of most organizations in a time as critical as the one we are living." (Source.)