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SUKI ERP

SUKI ERP is a fully integrated, combined, organized application which is fully suitable for an end to end manufacturing process. SUKI ERP's software architecture facilitates the flow of information among the different functions within one enterprise world. SUKI ERP complete suite is available in On-premise or Internet or Intranet flavours and developed using latest technologies.

The solution handles a single database repository to communicate with multiple software applications and provide discrete divisions of an organization with appropriate business statistics and information. ERP Dashboard is a key attracting feature that includes sales, purchase, production and other details as in a one stop shop and also compatible with modern day widgets

SUKI ERP Integrates with Tally Accounting Software (Sales invoice & purchase bills will automatically be fed into Tally). This integration feature is very much appreciated by ISO, TS and QS auditor team.

Reporting is handled in SUKI ERP in a very easy way. This application can generating more 150+ reports and most of the reports are generated in one click.

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key features

The solution handles a single database repository to communicate with multiple software applications and provide discrete divisions of an organization with appropriate business statistics and information.

data re-usability

  • Process control plan of a product will be created automatically and this feature makes SUKI ERP as one unique product in the market.
  • Data from the process control plan will be re-used automatically in any external system such as Tally for creating Invoice, PO, Sub contractor's bill etc
  • Another key feature of data re-usability is automatic generation of covering letters, dispatch intimation etc.

PRODUCTIVITY IMPROVEMENT

  • Ease in tracking of production status and saves corresponding manual effort.
  • This feature shall improve the optimisation of operator, supervisor and machine utilization.
  • Each day, details about the previous day purchase, production, sales and other details will be automatically alerted by the dashboard. This will then help the engineers to effectively track the status of product, WIP, order and schedule details.
SUKI KPI

SUKI KPI is a fully integrated, combined, organized application.SUKI KPI is a measurable value that demonstrates how effectively a company is achieving key business objectives. Organizations use SUKI KPIs at multiple levels to evaluate their success at reaching targets. High-level SUKI KPIs may focus on the overall performance of the enterprise, while low-level SUKI KPIs may focus on processes in departments such as sales, marketing or a call center.

In terms of developing a strategy for formulating SUKI KPI's, your team should start with the basics and understand what your organizational objectives are, how you plan on achieving them, and who can act on this information. This should be an iterative process that involves feedback from analysts, department heads and managers. As this fact finding mission unfolds, you will gain a better understanding of which business processes need to be measured with SUKI KPI's and with whom that information should be shared.

One way to evaluate the relevance of a KPI is to use the SMART criteria. The letters are typically taken to stand for specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, time-bound

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SUKI AMS

SUKI AMS is a fully integrated, combined, organized application.SUKI KPI is a measurable value that demonstrates how effectively a company is achieving key business objectives. Organizations use SUKI KPIs at multiple levels to evaluate their success at reaching targets. High-level SUKI KPIs may focus on the overall performance of the enterprise, while low-level SUKI KPIs may focus on processes in departments such as sales, marketing or a call center.

In terms of developing a strategy for formulating SUKI KPI's, your team should start with the basics and understand what your organizational objectives are, how you plan on achieving them, and who can act on this information. This should be an iterative process that involves feedback from analysts, department heads and managers. As this fact finding mission unfolds, you will gain a better understanding of which business processes need to be measured with SUKI KPI's and with whom that information should be shared.

One way to evaluate the relevance of a KPI is to use the SMART criteria. The letters are typically taken to stand for specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, time-bound

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