OPERATIONS, OPERATIONS, OPERATIONS
All enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems are not built the same. In fact, most commercial off the shelf ERPs are built with horizontal commercial interests, incorporating functionality for best practices from industries ranging from insurance to real estate to retail.
This left the door wide open for INDUSTRIOS Software to engineer and develop an ERP system focused on addressing the specific needs of companies with distribution and manufacturing operations. INDUSTRIOS is a robust suite of applications that will help your staff get control of plant transactional activity, and lay a track leading to optimized inventory investment, reduced costs, and enhanced customer experience.
These INDUSTRIOS benefits have been gainfully rolled out at over 400 customer sites in the following discrete manufacturing environments: make-to-order, make-to-stock, assemble-to-order, configure-to-order, make-to-project and mixed mode. Industries served include capital equipment manufacturing, electrical components, tubing and general metal fabrication, textile, plant automation equipment, woodworking, cabinet making, and others.
Beyond Best Practices
Out of the box, INDUSTRIOS contains industry leading, Fortune 1000 functionality constructed specifically for manufacturers and distributors; furthermore, should you want to go beyond best practices and into the realm of competitive advantage, INDUSTRIOS is built with the Magic XPA Rapid Development & Deployment environment,
allowing our development staff to quickly design, prototype, develop and deploy functionality to give you an edge on your competition .
BEST OF BOTH WORLDS
As for financials, why re-invent the wheel? When a company like INDUSTRIOS Software has decades of cumulative operations experience, it makes sense that it would choose to focus on developing software and implementation methods to support advanced Manufacturing and Distribution best practices and processes. So when time came to decide what to do with treasury functions, INDUSTRIOS wisely chose a best-of-both-worlds approach based on Sage 300 ERP.