ERP Software Development Company

Delivering ERP Software Development Services in the USA, UK, UAE & India

How Pixel Tech ERP benefits your business

Improved workflows and collaborations
Enhanced supply chain management
High scalability
Mobility and flexibility
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ERP modules

Inventory Management

Helps manufacturers plan production and make sure they have everything they need for planned production runs.

Supply Chain Management

Feeds all orders to the warehouse, distribution center or retail store after customers place them and tracks their status as they’re prepared, fulfilled and shipped to the customer.

CRM

Stores all customer and prospect information. That includes the company’s communication history with a person—the date and time of calls and emails, for example—and their purchase history.

ECommerce

Allows companies to quickly launch a business-to-business (B2B) or business-to-consumer (B2C) ecommerce website. Leading commerce applications include user-friendly tools that allow employees to easily add new items, update product content (item descriptions, titles, specs, images, etc.) and change the look and feel of the website.

Accounting

Allows businesses to understand their current financial state and future outlook.

Business Intelligence

Since an ERP system is already collecting and processing data from all your business functions, it makes sense to capitalize on that information through analysis. Put simply, this ERP function finds trends and patterns in your processes. Finding trends and patterns in processes enables users to reflect on specific tasks’ effectiveness, and provide forecasts for future business decisions.

Expense Tracker

Keeping a daily record of your expenses by tracking receipts, invoices and other outgoing expenses improves the financial health of your budget. Tracking expenses can help you stay on top of your cash flow and prepare you for tax season.

Quotation Builder

Streamlines and automates the proposal and request for proposal process for sales operations. ability to quickly generate professional and impressive business proposals and sales quotes. The kind that is designed with winning business in mind. Quotes and proposals can be generated in multiple file formats and easily shared through multiple channels.

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Our Custom ERP Development Process

Designing thinking

Designing thinking is a process that aims to radically change how you solve a problem by diversifying the design team and fully understanding a specific user.

Empathize with your users
Define the users’ needs, the problem, and your insights
Ideate by challenging assumptions
Prototype with basic solutions
Test those solutions

Lean startup

Lean startup approaches product improvement and overall production improvement by creating minimal viable products and letting the customer determine value.

Lean startup elevates the goals of waste elimination, efficient production to quickly validate business ideas and incorporate continuous improvement. Essentially, you identify the big picture associated with each progress phase and using the continuous feedback loop to better engage end users.

Agile Methodology

Agile is both a methodology for making and scaling your solution with speedy, incremental releases.

Works gets completed in short iterations, known as sprints.
Teams are often self-organized, cross-functional, and based on equality.
Teams are highly communicative, often with daily meetings sometimes known as scrums.
Frequent releases of new features or functions.

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Why Choose Pixel Tech

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Experience

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50% Faster Delivery

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Rich Talent Pool

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Agile Process

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FAQ

Below are the indications that you need a new ERP now:

  • Increasing customer complaints about poor service
  • Using Manual and multiple systems for the same task
  • Failing to get accurate, up-to-date information for decision-making
  • Using handwritten notes as it’s easier to jot it down than use the current system
  • Having to enter the same data into more than one system
  • Inability to expand the business due to limitations of current information system
  • Lost or corrupted data
  • Dependency on others for completion of your task
Popular approaches include enterprise-wide full installation, unit by unit, and key-process installation. The approach you choose must match the needs of your organization. For example, smaller business can attempt an enterprise-wide installation, while this type of approach is impossible for most larger businesses.
The return on investment (ROI) for ERP implementation compares the cost of the software system against the cost savings and increased revenue created by the solution. A study conducted by Mint Jutras revealed that 58% of “aggressive” implementations of ERP resulted in an ROI within the planned timeframe or sooner. Moderately paced implementation enjoyed an ROI as expected or sooner 49% of the time, while “relaxed” implementation schedules did not achieve an ROI in the expected timeframe in 68% of these scenarios.
The cost of an ERP implementation will be different for every business and organization. Numerous variables exist, from implementation methodology to the number of staff required to complete ERP installation and configuration. The price for software licenses or a subscription is a part of the overall capital commitment, with implementation costs adding to the total cost of ownership (TCO).
There are a lot of considerations that go into deciding what is best for your organization: ERP on-premise or in the cloud. First, a little clarification: when referring to a cloud ERP, we mean software-as-a-service (SaaS), not virtual machines running in a cloud service such as Azure or AWS. Most ERP vendors consider a scenario with their software running in a cloud service with a virtual machine (that is not their SaaS) as “on-premise” from a licensing perspective (if they allow it at all). From the provider’s perspective, this cloud scenario is essentially the same as running their ERP software in an on-premise hypervisor.

We are proud to say that our implementation process is fastest today. Our on-time implementation guarantees go-live in just one month.

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