E-Business started with online directory offering free to paid advertisements. Over the years we have developed two major product which we are now offering both local and global market.
1) Cyber Security Services– Full Stack ethical hacking and complete cyber protection managed services.
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2 ERP Solutions- a turn-key accounting software system with business intelligence integrated with Lean Six Sigma Tools and ISO standards.
Our ERP system gives you a standard wizard-based guide to get your organization ISO & six sigma certified. So instead of using ERP systems for your general financial perspectives, go deeper and explore the advanced process improvement using advanced data mining capabilities built within E-Business ERP Systems. As a result, enable your team to be more efficient and develop quality products at a reasonable price using E-Business ERP System.
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The overall performance of an organization is generally measured in terms of its financial results. This is because ultimately profit is the life blood of an enterprise. When an organization is being measured at the highest level—as an entity—financial metrics such as the ROI, the net profit, the Return On Assets (ROA), and cash flow are used to monitor and assess performance. Yet, these metrics cannot explain why the organization is performing well or not; they are just an expression of the results, indicators of what is happening. They do not explain the reason why it is happening.
Good or bad financial performance can be the result of non-financial factors such as customer retention, how the resources are managed, how the internal business processes are managed or with how much training the employees are provided. How each one of these factors contributes to the financial results can be measured using specific metrics. Those metrics that called mid-level metrics (to differentiate from the high-level metrics used to measure financial results) are also just indicators of how each one of the factors they measure is performing without explaining why they are doing so. For instance, suppose that the Days’ Supply of Inventory (DSI) is a mid-level metric used to monitor how many days worth of inventory are kept in a warehouse. DSI can tell us “there is three or four days’ worth of inventory in the warehouse” but it will not tell us why.
How high or low the mid-level metrics are is also explained by still lower-level factors that contribute to the performance of the factors measured by the mid-level metrics. The lower-level metrics can range from how often employees are late to work to the sizes of the samples taken to measure the quality of the products. They are factors that explain the fluctuations of mid-level metrics such as the Customer Satisfaction Index (CSI). A high or low CSI only indicates that the customers are satisfied or unsatisfied, but it does not tell us why. The CSI level is dependent on still other metrics such as the speed of delivery and the quality of the products. So there is a vertical relationship between the factors that contribute to the financial results of an organization.
A good example of correlation analysis between metrics in a manufacturing or distribution environment would be the study of how all the different areas of operations in those types of industries relate to the volume of held inventory. The higher the volume of held inventory, the more money will be needed for its maintenance. The money needed for its maintenance comes under the form of expenses for the extra direct labor needed to stock, pick, and transfer the products, which requires extra employees; extra equipment such as forklifts, extra batteries, and therefore more electricity and more trainers to train the employees on how to use the equipment; more RF devices, therefore more IT personnel to maintain the computer systems. A high volume of physical inbound or outbound inventory will also require more transactions in the accounting department because not only are the movements of products for production in progress financially tracked but the insurance paid on the stock of inventory is also a proportion of its value and the space the inventory occupies is also rented real estate.
The performance of every one of the areas mentioned above is measured by specific metrics, and as their fluctuations can be explained by the variations in the volume of inventory, it becomes necessary to find ways and means to quantify their correlations to optimize the production processes.
Our robust erp system is developed using accuracy and precision, utilizing advance six sigma tools & techniques that gives more reports based on data keyed in ERP. No need to use other advance statistic tools since our ERP has integrated advance statistic deals built in. We are the first ERP solution provider that has integrated lean six sigma and ISO standards to expand the normal dynamics of financial reporting. Our ERP is also integrated with SMS gateway apart from email system. A great tool to send notifications to your clients and suppliers. For example your debtors invoice in arrears notifications.