Vast and varied – gigantic or small, individual, non-connected, or globally connected, integrated and dependent upon one another?
Large Technology System that encompasses most, if not all business functions in a single location. A database system with linkages and access controls to the other applications
Databases that manage standardized databases
“Functioning in a single location” is temporary, as are individualized small or even large non-connected, or those connected solely by the Internet for batch processing.
ERP Systems are large systems comprised of small departmental functions that are to be reviewed for removal of ‘organizational’ and bureaucratic limitations because they are designed to enable and improve efficiency, data sharing, management, and processing of information to more than just produce a product or sell a service.
•Standardized business operation, with customization •Accurate and timely information, centrally accessible •Multi-user, organization wide system with varying types of presentation of business information •Layered and structured information delivery based •Automated
Beyond “business operational standardization” they work to standardize industries, markets, and all of the business, government, and executive branch of services for not just economic security and advancement, but high technology organized systems.
- Creates long term programs, industry change, or requirement to integrate and reorganize and simply company systems & processes
- Disrupts operations during implementation and first phase
- Change is challenging
- Implementation is long term and ongoing
- Can reduce documentation by including clients in development to facilitate training to reduce maintenance and improve acceptance
•Standardization, Integration, Policy, Procedure, Process, and Data Management
• Industrial Competition
• Infrastructure, Reliability, and “All Industry or All Systems Integration”
• Individualized System Variation and Inability to Work Together – Global Conflicts
• Cost, Value, Standardization and Optimization vs. Individualized Free Market Selection (Without National Selection and Distribution Process)
• Protection and Security Policies Standards
• Small Businesses vs. Corporate Giants (Lean Principles vs. Worldwide Symposium Type Decision Makers and Creators)
Savvy Smart Solutions practices Lean Innovation
• Simple client interview(s) – Product Selection, Customization, Preference, Short- & Long-Term Maintenance •Continuous Interactive Development & Production with Client Engagement to facilitate Product Learning and Maintenance with ongoing planning •Less resources and input from team and customers simplifies and reduces release of prototype and enables trial periods to prioritize what customers want vs. what they can afford •Smaller teams enable rapid innovation without heavy training, planning, and implementation efforts •Non-constant client interaction enables professional product selection without constant long-term development •Using 3rd party products from the marketplace to bring optimum functionality and promote innovation •Drastically reduces product to market schedule, enabling early evidence and profit •Flexible and adaptable processes, timelines, and practices