Enterprise Resource Planning:(ERP)

Effective forecasting, planning, and scheduling is fundamental to productivity–and ERP is a fundamental way to achieve it. Properly implementing ERP will give you a competitive advantage and help you run your business more effectively, efficiently, and responsively.

Improved alignment of your strategies and operations. Enhanced productivity and insight for your enterprise. That's the power SOFTWARE CREATION can provide with our ERP solutions to help you adapt quickly to support changing industry requirements.

The ERP Business Unit of SOFTWARE CREATION features its own unit managers and a dedicated team of IT consulting professionals who will work with your team to standardize and re-engineer your business processes. We integrate your applications into one ERP based solution so that you truly have an enterprise wide information repository.

Customer Relationship Management: (CRM)

Customer retention is vital to continued growth and profitability.
Ensuring that the customers’ needs and aspirations are faithfully met plays a crucial role in maintaining loyalty. Therefore every opportunity to build on and create new customer relations must be vigorously and single-minded pursued to ensure that the relationship flourishes and remains mutually beneficial. This can only be achieved when CRM is an integral part of your enterprise systems.

Product Lifecycle Management:(PLM)

In addition to continually be able to bring new products swiftly and cost-effectively to market manufacturers want a solution that provides them with a “long” lifecycle. To achieve this objective management must have a solution that enables them to configure services that incorporate traceability and regulatory compliance, and provides them with the functionality that goes beyond the design phase.

Supply Chain management:(SCM) 

"Evolution without revolution"

The intensity of the business arena clearly illustrates the importance of a highly responsive supply chain. A company needs the ability to swiftly evolve in accordance with change, making it essential that their supply chain has the in-built flexibility to respond with the minimum of upheaval.

Lean and agile supply chains are key in meeting today’s challenges of demand and supply uncertainties, cost reductions, and complexity. SOFTWARE CREATION’S SCM solution lets you focus on customer value by creating truly demand-driven supply networks. A comprehensive supply chain management solution helps you manage your supply network with your own resources for manufacturing and distribution in collaboration with external resources such as sub-contractors, partners and suppliers. With SOFTWARE CREATION’S SCM, you gain the flexibility to achieve a dynamic balance between efficiency and responsiveness.


Supplier Relationship Management:(SRM)

With SOFTWARE CREATION, you get a supplier relationship management software application designed to achieve sustainable savings, value-generating supplier relationships, and faster business innovation. 
SRM covers the full supply cycle from strategy to execution, enabling you to optimize supplier selection, increase collaboration, and compress cycle times. It also offers the consolidated content and master data functions that support your ability to make and execute decisions that align with corporate strategy.

The solution is fully powered with entire IT landscape and provides key capabilities in the following areas:


  • Sourcing
  • Procurement
  • Supplier enablement

Direct to Store:(DTS)

Intense change in multiple delivery channels, product designs, multiple seasons, events, almost non-existent barriers to market entry, and diminishing brand loyalty are all characteristic of the consumer products industry which require uninterrupted and dynamic value chain network to cater the rapidly changing sales trend of stores.

In order to improve supply chain productivity, consumer products companies must extend their business to encompass their suppliers and customers. The entire supply chain must be linked: from raw material producers right through to retailers and inevitably the consumers themselves, thanks to the emergence of direct channels for consumers.

Important Features 

  • Today’s supply chain business environment has volatile demand, lower customer loyalty, shorter product life cycles, and tougher global competitions.
  • To survive, organizations need an information infrastructure that allows them to make accurate decisions real-time and to give customer satisfaction on top priority, while still being competitive and profitable.

Human Resource Management: (HRMS)

Each and every enterprise needs people to manage and run its business. People are the most basic and the most important ingredient of any business. It could be an NGO, a Bank or a manufacturing organization, no matter where the enterprise focuses on, it must need people to run it. That is why it becomes necessary for the enterprise to store organizational data along with employee data, and use them to manage the people related to the enterprise effectively. This requirement creates the market for a system called the Human Resource Management System.
HRMS as a whole is a combination of few Sub Modules. Each sub module supports one particular type of application / practice. The most popular modules in HRMS are:

  • Human Resources Planning: Also known as Core HR. This module helps managing enterprise structures, and Organizational hierarchy, position hierarchy, supervisor hierarchy etc. This module is the backbone of all the other sub modules in HRMS.
  • Payroll: Also known as Payroll management. This one helps managing employee payroll related details; whom all to pay, how much to pay, how to pay, when to pay, etc can be managed through this module.
  • Benefits: This module accounts for benefit enjoyed by the employees provided by the enterprise. Social security, EOBI, marriage grant, death grant, Life Insurance, Medical claims, enrolments etc are managed through this module.
  • Time and Labour: This module tracks the time sheet information of the employees. Who worked for how many hours, for which project or order, overtimes etc can be managed through this module.
  • Training & Development: This module manages the trainings and the competencies of employees. With this module, one can manage employee training needs, hiring external trainers etc.
  • Recruitment: This module is used for recruitment processes. Managing applicants, vacancies, releasing offers etc are managed through this module.
  • Compensation: This module is used to manage and budget the bonus, salaries and wages. This empowers the enterprise with the statistical analysis, external comparisons, for better decision making on Compensation.