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Ease of use, integration processes, increase efficiency, cost redution

ERP advantages at a glimpse:

  1. Aggregation of process and data in a system
  2. Coverage of the whole organizational processes
  3. Reduction of warehouse costs
  4. Reduction of orders /production costs
  5. Reduction of financial operations costs
  6. Reduction of transportation costs
  7. Reduction of investment amount
  8. Reduction of the costs incurred from stoppage of production line
  9. Reduction of costs resulted from errors of weak coordination between different departments
  10. Reduction of the time required for completion and finalization of product
  11. Increase of clarity and tracking of production processes for customers
  12. Increase of right sizing ability for customers

Knowledge Management

Knowledge management is the systematic management of an organization's knowledge assets for the purpose of creating value and meeting tactical & strategic requirements; it consists of the initiatives, processes, strategies, and systems that sustain and enhance the storage, assessment, sharing, refinement, and creation of knowledge.
Knowledge management (KM) therefore implies a strong tie to organizational goals and strategy, and it involves the management of knowledge that is useful for some purpose and which creates value for the organization.

Risk Management

Risk management is the process of identifying, assessing and controlling threats to an organization's capital and earnings. These threats, or risks, could stem from a wide variety of sources, including financial uncertainty, legal liabilities, strategic management errors, accidents and natural disasters. IT security threats and data-related risks, and the risk management strategies to alleviate them, have become a top priority for digitized companies. As a result, a risk management plan increasingly includes companies' processes for identifying and controlling threats to its digital assets, including proprietary corporate data, a customer's personally identifiable information and intellectual property.
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Dashboard Management

In the current challenging economy and commerce, organizations endeavor to get ahead of their competitors for correct codification of strategies, fruitful activities and customer .For managers, the vital point is to make rapid decisions based on comprehensive and correct information. Dashboard provides relevant persons with management of a vast collection of management processes analyses

Cloud computing is unquestionably changing the landscape of how traditional enterprise software is being licensed and implemented. Enabling ERP functionality into service-based, on-demand workloads is not only transformingtime toimplement, but the economics is dramatically changing where much of the costs are spread over longer periods of time rather than large upfront costs. This can be a tremendous benefit to organizations. Additionally, although there are security, compliance, and privacy considerations, moving critical applications to industry leading data centers can help improve organizations business continuity, disaster recovery, performance and scalability capabilities.


The Role of Big Data Analytics 

The application for Big Data is extending into many different areas. ERP is no exception.However, with any analytics initiative, it’s important to understand the underlying performance and trending metrics the organization is focused on capturing. From there, they can better align their big data programs and be better positioned to improve their ERP process and system changes.

Fostering Innovation 

Firstly, organizations need to determine how they want to foster innovation. What are the areas they are lagging behind in? How can they improve their go-to-market services, differentiate themselves, and improve their competitive advantages? Once those business models are identified, they can look to ERP to see how it can support these new processes.

My experience as a CIO as well as working with other CIOs is that business value has to take center stage to an organization’s continuous improvement

For example, here at Hitachi Solutions, we are changing business models to support the continuing shift towards cloud computing. This new model requires changes in ERP to support areas such as subscription based billingand new customer support services. We are adopting and driving new functionality in our enterprise systems to support our evolving capabilities.

The Rising Technologies 

I encourage organization’s to first look at what business improvements they need and are willing to make. This can be in the form of process improvements, customer experiences, organizational communication, and collaboration. From there, specific technologies, whether in be in the areas of financial management, trade and logistics, relationship management, customer service, social, or mobility can be leveraged and implemented.

The Changing Role of CIOs

My experience as a CIO as well as working with other CIOs is that business value has to take center stage to an organization’s continuous improvement. Technology moves quickly and there is a lot of it to choose from. Understand the organization challenges and associated opportunities, develop business stakeholder commitment, take time to understand process, the people, and company priorities.

As a modern day CIO it is important to continue developing both my business and technical acumen. Of the two, I find the business and people skills are critical to influencing transformation and driving fundamental improvement. Technical acumen is still very important and I recommend continuing to evolve these skills even if the focus is wider across a broader set of areas versus deeper in one specific technology.

Curbing the Cost Exigency 

There are varieties of ways to help mitigate the cost of ERP. Licensing is clearly a big component to the overall expense of running enterprise software. It is important to regularly assess appropriate licensing. When possible, try to limit intrusive customizations that add complexity, more maintenance, and risk upgradeability.  These all contribute to increased costs. A move to cloud services can also help reduce costs, however this is not always the case. It depends on which cloud services are leveraged.  Moving to a full-fledged SaaS solution eliminates the need for expensive hardware that is compounded when running dev, test, and production environments. However, using IaaS to simply move on-premise servers to cloud servers becomes a little trickier when analyzing costs. It may not be cheaper, but dollar for dollar you will likely experience more value when running in the cloud. This value comes in ease of scalability, ability to dial-up and down performance, improve disaster recovery and business continuity through geo redundancy.

The IoT Factor

IoT as it relates to ERP will have different meaning to different organizations. I think where there is commonality is in IoT’s ability to provide real time, intelligent connectivity to backend processes that can drive proactive process improvements.

Driving the Values 

Driving more value out of ERP doesn’t always require technology changes. I encourage our customers to frequently take inventory of how well their user education is, pay attention to change management, prioritize business enhancements, and where possible, drive more process consistency and standardization. Improvements in these areas alone will drive more value out of ERP.

Author: Mark Veronda, CIO – Global Solutions Group, Hitachi Solutions America, Ltd 


The Company tries to develop specialized software and solutions in the realms of industry and service and intends to obtain the major market share in the realm of customized industrial systems.

Purposes and Missions


  • To satisfy customers' needs through render of high quality products and full adherence to commitments
  • To lead domestic companies, organizations and industries to use modern technologies for the purpose of boosting their abilities of agility and sustainability
  • To furnish integrated views in the realm of IT for industries
  • Incessant update and increase of the personnel's knowledge



Competitive Advantages


    To benefit from global standards; Competitive with superb products at global level Experience and knowledge of business in Software and Hardware. The products are 100 percent Iranian-possessed. To benefit from technical and expertise knowledge in the realms of production and industrial processes.To use state of the art technologies. Conformity of software with intelligent cell phone devices. Possibility of connection and integration of the System with other information systems.



In using software systems, the major challenge of organizations and industries in IRAN
is nonconformity of prepared software (typical software packages)
 with intra and extra organizational process and industries.
 The most important competitive advantage of the Company for Iranian industries
is that the software is customarily prepared with the state of the art technology and standards in addition of

providing  suitable Hardware






Specialized Systems of NADIN:

Design and implementation of customized systems (Master Production Schedule/MPS)
Calculating the machine capacity and stops as well as production bottlenecks
Design and implementation of customized systems for material requirement planning
Computing reserve storage, optimum time and amount of order point etc.
Automatic registration of orders for business department
Design and implementation of production operation systems
Balance reports
Consumption control reports
Line feeding reports
Process control and wastes report (PPM etc.)
Production efficiency reports (machine, station, manpower)
Tracing the products and materials in production line
The possibility of using barcode and RFID in tracing of products


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