Capacity Development & Project Management
All businesses change, whether it is due to growth, restructuring or responding to market trends. If you have to adapt your processes, or work differently or manually to cater for gaps in existing software systems, it could be time to consider a new bespoke operational system.

An operational system is the core of your business. Your staff, customers, suppliers and other partners should be able to self-serve and gain access to the system – interacting only with the data pertinent to them. You might have systems today that serve some of these areas, or you might have to interact manually, taking time, effort and ultimately cost which you could save through an automated solution.

 

Reasons to consider a new Operational System

Business relay on operations system to run, monitor, and schedule day to day activities for many reasons. Using a new operational system, a business can examine how its procures and performance align with its KPIs and make adjustments where necessary.

 

  • Increase productivity & reduce waste
    Operational system ensure your production and fulfillment process is running effectively, thereby freeing up time to do more useful work. Organizations can not only enhance their existing workflow, but they can also get. The main frame operational system enables businesses to optimally manage human resources during the production or distribution process to maximize return on investment.

 

  • Consolidate data and automate recurring process
    An Operational system makes it easy to collect and consolidate data for better decision-making. Operations managers can always lean on data to monitor their production capacity and how they refine their production and distribution lifecycle for better ROI and customer satisfaction.

 

  • Improve collaboration and facilitate cooperation
    Operational systems allow different departments in an organization to work together to achieve common business goals. It encourages healthy collaboration among coworkers to improve operational process management for better results. For example, the sales and marketing department can work hand-in-hand to optimize an existing campaign to convert 10% more leads to their sales pipeline.

 

Operational System Implementation Process

 

Having the right operational Software can help you streamline your business process and will help you efficiently manage the manufacturing/ distribution process. Not only that, it can improve your process and eliminate operational bottlenecks by automation repetitive tasks
Tappware Business Analyst team always focus on preparing the standard BRS (Business Requirement Specification) before the software development.

The following features are followed during Tappware development team build a OMS ( Operational Management System) solution-

 

1. Analytics

Tappware believes an good operational management system software should be able to collect data and provide you with data backed reports that will allow your team to make the right business decision. Detailed analytics will also give you insights into the status of your business operations as well as the domains on your production capacity. In addition , you can easily identify high performing actions and make adjustments to strategies that are not driving business results. Lastly , using an operation management system with a detailed analytics dashboard makes it easier to known when your have hit a the ultimate target.

 

2. Cross app Integration

Oftentimes, you are in a position where you need to integrate data with your partners. For this reason, it’s important to consider an OMS software that makes cross-company data integration frictionless. This will make collaboration and sharing to other platforms less daunting.

Aside from sharing data with external sources, your OMS software of choice must make it easy to share data across other programs that you’re using in your company. Doing this will help save the time needed for manual data entry and also reduce human error.

 

3. Intuitive design

Your OMS tool must have an interface that’s very easy to use and navigate. Irrespective of your team member’s skill level, they should be able to make changes without any hassle. Also, the OMS software you’re considering needs to allow for easy customization to fit your business operation.

 

4. User security

Operations management system software must have impenetrable security. Having software that’s equipped with database encryption will help prevent data breaches and malware attacks. Your OMS tool should also allow external sources access to a section of your system without putting your whole system at risk. Additionally, you should be able to control access and assign specific tasks to users depending on their roles.