FALCON ERP offers Custom Application Development Services where off-the-shelf products do not provide requisite functionality or where cost benefits do not accrue in customizing such products.

FALCON ERP understands the need to build applications that can cater to evolving business and technical requirements. FALCON ERP adopts proven application development practices including: Use of frameworks and methodologies to ensure consistency of deliverable Quality to meet requirements Use of comprehensive testing and auditing tools

Client Segments and Challenges:

  • Identify and outline the Application requirements
  • Define technology and architecture
  • Develop prototypes and test pilot runs
  • Develop the solution
  • User Acceptance testing
  • End user Training and implementation across the organization
  • Application support and Maintenance

It allows them to deliver quality products to market faster while efficiently utilizing resources and dramatically reducing IT costs. We help companies achieve these goals as a result of our broad spectrum of technology solutions, access to lost cost talent and unique "continuous work day" methodology. We utilize emerging opportunities by rapidly adopting new technologies that includes web based solutions.

FALCON ERP focuses on delivering efficient, scalable and affordable solutions that responds to your business demands in a most agile and efficient manner. We offer guidance by understanding business strategies and requirements that satisfy your business needs within specific time and specified budget. We can help you drive new innovations and expand to different markets while reducing the overall costs.

FALCON ERP is a recognized leader in delivering high quality solutions engineered to suit every client's requirements, by mode of following mature & business focused processes of development and deployment, with proven tools, efficient methodologies, and comprehensive verification and validation procedures. Rapid technology advancements and evolving business scenarios drive the need for newer customized solutions, building on present systems or transformation of existing systems to modernize & business driven solutions, providing competitive edge to the organizations.

Implementing an ERP module in an enterprise is never a cake-walk. In FALCON ERP experts estimate that the total time required for a successful implementation can take from 2 to 4 months(case to case). The long time frame accounts for a necessary phasing of the software across the enterprise because an immediate switch in all levels of the organization has the potential to yield disastrous results. Also, as ERP software depends heavily on its end users, it is advisable, that a company gradually introduces the software, department by department. This will allow for kinks in the system to be worked out in small chunks rather than opening the business up for organization-wide failures as users acclimate to a new way of doing business. Gradually stepping the business into the system also provides the opportunity for the first sets of end users to gain expertise and help train new users, thereby reducing the strain on IT professionals and consultants during the latter stages of implementation. Training is undeniably the most important part of a successful ERP implementation.

ERP software solutions have the ability to make a business more profitable as it allows automation of most of the functional business processes across the enterprise. Knowing this fact, more and more companies across the globe are offering customized ERP software solutions to their clients that are helping them to streamline their business and be more productive.

In addition to finance and business processes, it is also important to look at materials maintenance. Enterprise Resource Planning will allow a company to successfully automate the process of buying materials and maintaining them. There are modules that track the supplies that are purchased and can also make calculations about how these materials should be distributed. It also becomes possible for a company to predict the demand of the market based on history, economic statistics, and data from their employees. They can even decide when a product should be produced, and they can do this based on the raw material that is available.