Case Study:

Business Process Definition and ERP Selection

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Manufacturing - Consumer Products
  • Re-engineer FMI’s business process and integrate an enterprise-wide information system
  • Improve overall infrastructure to facilitate growth
The Solution:
  • Examined current business processes and identified processes with room for improvement
  • Determined necessary system requirements and functionality – scalable, open, and compatible system
  • Identified ten potential systems and, after further research, narrowed the list down to three
  • Demonstrated three potential systems and their solutions with detailed advantages and disadvantages for each system
  • After selecting a system, ESPI developed hardware specifications, assisted in training personnel, and prepared an ROI analysis of the system chosen.
Realized Benefits:
  • Helped FMI select an ERP system that allows for better material supply control, understands their capacities, more effectively schedules, and determines true manufacturing cost.
  • Centralized FMI’s data into one system
  • Re-engineered FMI’s business processes to be more efficient