​​Quality Consulting Group, Inc.

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ERP

It’s impossible to ignore the huge impact of a properly utilized ERP system for today’s businesses. As enterprise data and processes are corralled into ERP systems, businesses can align separate departments and improve workflows, resulting in significant bottom-line savings. It is a poor business decision to invest the money on an ERP system, then not obtain the necessary help to ensure appropriate process disciplines and have value-added reporting. From an analogy perspective, it is comparative to buying a vehicle and not performing any maintenance. Without help to realize the long list of benefits resulting from process disciplines and the right reporting, you are essentially letting your investment in your ERP software just waste away. QCG has ERP experts with years of experience, helping businesses like yours, to achieve the following:

ERP Fundamentals
ERP systems are designed around a single, defined data structure (schema) usually built on a single, relational database. This helps ensure that the information used across the enterprise is normalized and based on common definitions and user experiences. These core constructs are then interconnected with business processes driven by workflows across business departments. Simply put, ERP is the key component for achieving an efficiently run manufacturing operation.

 ERP also ensures that these data fields and attributes roll up to the correct account in the company’s general ledger so that all costs are properly tracked and represented. This is critical information from a finance and audit / compliance perspective.

  • From a finance perspective, executives and business owners gain insight necessary to fully understand where the biggest costs reside, this understanding provides leaders with an opportunity to initiate targeted cost reductions to improve the bottom-line.
  • From an audit / compliance perspective, it helps businesses to properly report costs to owners or boards and helps to achieve regulatory compliance. While smaller business may not have significant regulatory requirements, consider the impact to the business if the IRS decided to perform an audit and needed accurate details, relative to expenses, assets, liabilities and debits.


The Business Value of a properly deployed ERP system












  • Development of custom reports to track the metrics that are most critical to your business, delivering real-time, in-depth business insights to your leadership team, at the click of a button.
  • Streamline your business processes and help ensure best practices to improve productivity and lower operational costs through enhanced collaboration
  • Integrate well-defined business processes to significantly reduce lost time and operational inefficiencies.
  • Document business processes to move the organization away from situations where the business if forced to rely on certain employees with Documented processes avoids significant impact to the business that can occur when a departing employee possesses significant ‘tribal knowledge’ **, this ensures business continuity ‘ survives any employee’s tenure, across business functions.
  • Reduce the risk to your business through improved data integrity and financial controls
  • Lower management and operational costs through a uniform, integrated system.


Please contact us today! we can perform a gap analysis of your existing practices and process driplines against recommended best practices in order to determine what it will take to achieve a more efficiently functioning business operation, improving productivity as well as the bottom-line. 


**Tribal knowledge is any unwritten information that is not commonly known by others within a company.

This term is used most when referencing information that may need to be known by others in order to

produce quality products or services.