Integration with existing ERP
MSF can integrate with all well known ERPs and local smaller ones. For ERPs that we already did integration with, we have scripts to make integration faster. This means first stage of integration (reading) can be done in less than one day. If integration has not being done, usually it takes 2-5 days for integration to be completed.
MSF has already done integration with almost all big brand ERPs, such as Microsoft Dynamics NAV, SAP, Oracle, IFS, Infor, … and many smaller ones.
As far as the integration goes, first stage is reading the data, second stage is sending the data. For sending the data back to ERP, MSF is using highest safety standards to protect the data and constant two-way communication. Integration can be done directly with DB or with Rest API (pull or push).
Upon alaysing the data, if any crucial data for successful usage of the MSF software is missing, hybrid usage is also an option, meaning the missing data can be available in the MSF application only.
ERP integration philosophy
MSF’s philosophy is not to force clients to change their existing working style because people are very reluctant to change their established habits. Therefore, it is crucial that MSF integrates with the existing ERP and not force customer to obey MSF structure in order to get wanted results.
ERP integration is one of the first stages of cooperation and is usually done during the PoC. Besides integration, MSF can also integrate with all key systems to the MSF platform. This way, the integrated data can be used to further leverage the system and optimise processes. At later stages, additional efforts can be made to simplify or accelerate any relevant processes or procedures in order to optimize and decrease operational time.
MSF production ERP – small, but effective
MSF ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) is a software system that provides integrated management of business processes and resources within an organization. For manufacturing sector, MSF ERP is designed to manage and streamline manufacturing operations, including production planning, scheduling, inventory management, order management (sales and purchase), labor management, cost management, and quality control. Comparing to other ERPs, MSF ERP has it’s limitations because MSF focus in mainly process optimization with clients existing ERP. But although it manages all related to production and supply chain, it does not manage finance, accounting, procurement, marketing, ecommerce and CRM. On the other hand, it is possible to generate different reports from MSF ERP and use them for external accounting applications or services. And one more bonus, MSF ERP can be used by unlimited users.