1. Business Process Re-engineering
How do you want to improve the Operational Efficiency of your Organization?
In today’s world, both organization and business accelerates at such a fast place that everyone wants to do more in less time.
Independently of the IT Technologies available in your company, Analyse Processes & understand requirements is the key of the BPR Projects.
2. SAP Consulting
Keeping your technologies updated plays an important role in your organization’s ability to remain efficient and relevant. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems have been around for a while; yet there is still the understanding that ERP systems share the same features as accounting systems. Many companies believe that if their books are in order there is no need for an ERP solution.
Without systems and business functions that are integrated, accounting software only offers reactive reporting and insights. But there so many other factors, besides what happened in the past, that influence the future and direction of your business.
SAP is one of the best ERP Systems Worldwide. Experience of ALTHAM experts is distinguished by a long term know-how in the manufacturing industry and multinational SAP implementations.
3. Mobility & Custom Development
Not always a Standard Software fits all your company’s requirements. If we want to be disruptive and offer to our customers new Services and Products we need to think out of the box and propose new Ideas to impact them.
4. Industry 4.0 & Digitalization
Industry 4.0 is the digital transformation of industrial markets with smart manufacturing on the forefront. Industry 4.0 represents the so-called fourth industrial revolution in discrete and process manufacturing, logistics and supply chain.
To understand industry 4.0 it is essential to see the full value chain which includes suppliers and the origins of the materials and components needed for various forms of manufacturing, the end-to-end digital supply chain and the final destination of all manufacturing: the end customer.
Enabling more direct models of personalized production, servicing, as well as customer/consumer interaction (including gaining real-time data from actual product usage) and cutting the inefficiencies, irrelevance and costs of intermediaries in a digital supply chain model, where possible, are some goals of Industry 4.0 in this customer-centric sense of increasingly demanding customers who value speed, (cost) efficiencies and value-added innovative services.
In the end it remains business – with the innovative twist of innovation and transformation of business models and processes:
- increase profit
- decrease costs
- enhance customer experience
- optimize customer lifetime value and were possible customer loyalty
- sell more and innovate in order to grow and remain relevant (while selling new and/or high-value services on top of or instead of low-margin commoditized services, goods, products and ‘hardwareʼ; or worse: services, solutions and products about to disappear due to so-called ‘digital disruption‘).
Now it’s time to decide if your organization wants to jump to the digital world and start delivering new services and products to IMPACT your customers.