Enterprise Resource Planning
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is business process management software that allows an organization to use a system of integrated applications to manage the business and automate many back office functions related to technology, services and human resourcesSOFTERP is a comprehensive real estate ERP platform for Builders/ Developers to help them manage all their organisational data on one platforms. Each module of this Real Estate ERP relates to a step in the workflow like managing a database, assigning your resources for activities, following up on your potential customers, generating timely reports, and creating customer communications are just some of the advantages of implementing of your organization.
The essence of account management is, of course, motion. That account is being moved forward toward the next deal, the next close.
As your team gets bigger, so does the problem of managing them. It becomes a struggle to get a single view of employee data. Sensitive workforce information will remain splattered across multiple folders or systems that don’t play well with each other. Integrations demand too much manual effort to stay intact. As a result, the efficiency of HR processes drops dramatically.
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Sales management is the process of planning, recruiting, training, organizing, supervising, and coordinating an organization's sales force. Whether you are selling a service or a product, sales managers are responsible for managing the sales force, setting the objectives for the team, planning and controlling the entire sales process, and ultimately ensuring the execution of the team vision.
Ignorance is not an excuse. With the expansion of an enterprise or organization, in terms of geographies and functions, has made it difficult to track and monitor compliances. Non- compliances come along with heavy fines and even jail term for the senior management which will have negative impact on reputation of business.
Follow-up is a mantra amongst Team, Management, and Leadership Development everywhere.
While we all talk about how important it is, many of us don’t do it.
Workflow management is the coordination of tasks that make up the work an organization does. By ‘workflow’ we mean a sequence of tasks that are part of some larger task, and is sometimes synonymous with ‘business process’.
Service Sales management is the process of planning, recruiting, training, organizing, supervising, and coordinating an organization's sales force. Whether you are selling a service or a product, sales managers are responsible for managing the sales force, setting the objectives for the team, planning and controlling the entire sales process, and ultimately ensuring the execution of the team vision.
Service management in the manufacturing context, is integrated into supply chain management as the intersection between the actual sales and the customer point of view. The aim of high-performance service management is to optimize the service-intensive supply chains, which are usually more complex than the typical finished-goods supply chain.