During the implementation of the Deltek Maconomy ERP system at Schneider Electric, distribution and production activities were automated. As a result of using the system, the level and speed of customer service significantly increased, which had a positive impact on the increase in the company’s profit.
The dynamic development of Schneider Electric made it necessary to optimise the company’s current management system through the implementation of a unified information system. Dispersed applications did not allow getting an overall picture of the flow of goods and the financial state of the business in real-time.
The company needed a system that combined financial processing, sales and logistics planning, customer relationship management (CRM), project management and e-commerce modules. In 1999, Schneider Electric’s management team selected Deltek Maconomy ERP software for complete automation of its business management system.
The implementation project lasted six months and was completed in early 2000. During the implementation of the Deltek Maconomy ERP system, the company’s distribution and production activities were automated. As the company’s business grew, the ERP system flexibly adapted to new conditions, fully meeting all quality and speed requirements for the processing of business information.
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- Consolidation and optimisation of the whole chain of business processes;
- Well-organised control of distribution activities;
- Traceability of project work and budgeting processes;
- Increased accuracy of financial and management accounting;
- Visibility of financial analysis.