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Configuration of business software requirements for SMEs

Configuración de requerimientos de software empresarial para PYME

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Configuración de requerimientos de software empresarial para PYME

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We provide the support you need to properly configure the requirements that the business software you need must meet: ERP, WMS, CRM, SRM, TMS, BPM, among others. You can compare the top solutions in different categories of business software, depending on the needs of your organization.

Our approach

1- Define your business needs
Through a short questionnaire you will be able to indicate your added needs. Based on your responses, the decision support platform analyzes the solutions in its database to create a list of vendors whose product meets your needs.
2- Give priority to your requirements
Once the list of solutions that best suit your added needs has been generated, we support you in prioritizing the features and functions of the software that are of interest to your organization through a scale that will allow you to generate comparative reports between solutions.
3- Compare solutions and narrow your selection

After defining your requirements, you can see how each solution measures up and add the highest ranked solutions to your shortlist. You can instantly see which solutions are closest to your ideal, which ones fall short, and why. All of this can be done in minutes, dramatically reducing the time to configure requirements for the business software you want to deploy.

4- Analyze in detail the solutions selected in your reduced list

You can thoroughly compare your shortlisted solutions to find the solution that best meets your needs. Results are displayed on the platform interface for decision support, such as easy-to-use graphs and charts. And because your set of requirements is always accessible, you can analyze your shortlisted solutions at any level of detail. You can do:

  1. What-if-scenario analysis lets you see how the rank of each solution changes as you adjust your priorities.

  2. Direct product comparisons to get a global view of how all your shortlisted solutions compare to each other.

  3. Product Difference Analysis, which allows you to establish a solution as a baseline to see where the other solutions outperform and where they fall short.

  4. Sensitivity analysis, which shows you how the ranking of your pre-selected solutions changes as different features and functions are considered more or less important.

5- Report your findings

At any stage, you can quickly generate comprehensive, detailed reports, with supporting charts and graphs, which you can use to keep stakeholders up to date and justify your decisions.