ERP Solutions is a renowned provider of ERP(Enterprise Resource Planning) Cloud Services, offering organizations a comprehensive and efficient way to manage their business processes. With their expertise and advanced technology, Smart ERP Solutions aims to streamline operations, enhance productivity, and drive growth for businesses across various industries

Leading Provider of ERP Cloud Services

Unlock the power of cloud technology with our comprehensive ERP Cloud services. Streamline your business operations, enhance efficiency, and drive growth with our scalable and secure solutions. Discover tailored ERP Cloud services designed to meet your unique business needs. Get started today!

Components of Cloud ERP Software

  • Financials and accounting
  • Human capital management (HCM) and/or Human resource management software (HRMS)
  • Customer relationship management (CRM)
  • Inventory management
  • Order management
  • Procurement
  • Supply chain management
  • Project management
  • Material requirements planning (MRP)

What are the Benefits of Manufacturing, Trading , Projects and Services ERP Software for Businesses

The right cloud-based manufacturing ERP system (ERPNext Cloud) provides a centralized platform for managing all business operations. This software can help manufacturing,Trading , Projects and Services organizations streamline their accounting and financial management, production management, supply chain management, customer relationship management, pricing strategy, reporting and analytics, workflow automation, configuration and integration, inventory management, mobile access, automation, and business and scalability. These software features and the use of process automation supported by (AI, Machine Learning, and RPA) will help manufacturing organizations make data-driven decisions that are aligned with their strategic goals and reduce costs and increase efficiency across their manufacturing business operations.

Financial Management for Manufacturers

A cloud-based ERP software will help manufacturing companies improve their financial management by providing a centralized platform for automating and managing financial processes such as accounts payable, accounts receivable, general ledger, financial reporting, and forecasting. These accounting capabilities will help automate mundane processes and reduce errors, improve management accuracy, and provide real-time visibility into financial performance for your manufacturing business process. Cloud ERP manufacturing solutions delivered by Navigator will also help identify areas of financial waste, helping companies reach their sustainability goals and become more efficient with their processes.

Inventory Management

Inventory Management for Manufacturers

Cloud ERP software allows companies to track inventory levels and movements across all locations (across departments, buildings, or countries), making it easier to manage stock levels and avoid supply chain stockouts. An end-to-end manufacturing ERP system helps identify slow-moving products and optimize business inventory levels, maximizing free cash flow. Real-time visibility and reporting are a must for growth-focused manufacturing companies.

Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management for Manufacturers

Manufacturers need to manage their supply chain more effectively to reduce costs, improve supplier relationships, and ensure that materials and equipment are available for products when needed. Cloud-based ERP solutions with robust supply chain management helps provide manufacturing companies with the operational tools for inventory management, procurement, and supplier management. These manufacturing ERP features will help automate business processes and reporting, reduce costs, improve supplier relationships, and ensure that materials and equipment are available for production teams when needed. All with the goal of increasing inventory turn, lowering time in inventory, and getting products out on the market. With a clear view of the supply chain, manufacturing businesses can make informed decisions about when to order materials, how much to order, and from whom.

Production Management for Manufacturers

Cloud-based ERP solutions will help manufacturing companies manage production more efficiently by providing tools for production planning, inventory management, shop floor management, and production costing. These ERP capabilities can help ensure products are produced on time, within budget, with the required quality and at the right output levels. By providing real-time production updates, ERPNext software reports help reduce the risk of manufacturing issues and improve customer satisfaction.

ERP Solutions for Manufacturing, Trading , Projects and Services

Retail Industry

Consumer Goods Software and ERP for the Retail Industry

Consumer Products companies partner with Navigator for ERP solutions that meet them where they are; with the purpose-built, suite-in-a-box business software needed to accomplish their ambitious goals. The ERPNext platform is enhanced with industry vertical content and functionality that enable consumer goods companies to optimize their supply chain, manage their cash, comply with business and industry requirements, improve forecast accuracy, and drive overall operational efficiency.

Food and Beverage ERP

Food and Beverage ERP

A cloud-based Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software can be a powerful tool for manufacturers in the food and beverage industry. In the food and beverage industry, manufacturing companies often face unique challenges related to inventory management, supply chain management, and compliance with regulatory requirements. A cloud-based ERP system can help manufacturing companies to overcome these food business challenges and improve their overall operations.

ERP for Industrial Manufacturing

The landscape of industrial manufacturing has evolved significantly from its once straightforward nature. In the past, industrial manufacturers simply produced and delivered products, with occasional "break-fix" services. However, this is no longer the extent of their manufacturing responsibilities. Fueled by increasingly demanding customers and propelled by the widespread adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) along with the growing influence of machine learning and AI, industrial manufacturers are now developing novel capabilities to monitor and provide services based on extensive volumes of data generated by numerous assets and equipment.

Life Sciences ERP Software Solutions

Life science companies come to Navigator when they find their ability to grow and/or adapt is being limited by their current business processes and systems. Navigator helps accelerate operational performance through digital transformation in life sciences software, so our clients can drive innovation, grow their business, become a leader in the industry, and increase market share.

ERP Cloud Solutions

Upfront infrastructure and operating costs

One of the biggest benefits of a cloud-based ERP solution is overall reduced costs, which begins at implementation. With on-premises ERP, a business will incur upfront costs in purchasing servers, database creation, initial implementation, consultants, IT staffing, security and backup.
ERP-Service01Companies with an on-premises ERP system will encounter additional costs for maintenance, specialized in-house or on-call resources, upgrades and updates, as well as additional servers as the company grows. Cloud ERP generally costs about 30% less than on-premises ERP. Since the cloud ERP vendor hosts and manages the software on its own servers, businesses avoid upfront infrastructure costs as well as additional costs for IT staff, maintenance, security and updates. The vendor provides ongoing IT support.

Implementation speed

One of the biggest hurdles of any new ERP solution is the implementation time, which can directly affect business downtime and time to value—in one study, about half of businesses said their implementations finished in the projected time.
VEEBIT-business intelligence Tool A business can normally get up and running more quickly on a cloud-based ERP system than on-premises as it does not require selecting and setting up hardware or hiring and training IT staff. BI tools transform raw data into actionable insights, enabling businesses to identify trends, patterns, and opportunities. With intuitive dashboards, customizable reports, and interactive data visualizations, BI tools empower users at all levels of the organization to explore data, uncover insights, and drive strategic decision-making.

Accessibility

Cloud-based ERP users can access business information in real time, from anywhere and on any device. This ensures employees across the organization are working with the same data, no matter the business unit or location, and can make decisions faster and more confidently.

Scalability

Without the challenges of adding more servers for more users, locations or subsidiaries, cloud-based ERP solutions make scaling a business easier. As a business grows, the cloud ERP grows.

An organization can start with the basic, core functionality and add more as needed—without adding more hardware. Not to mention, a cloud ERP solution allows users across the globe to access business information by simply connecting to the internet. No local servers are necessary, so as a company grows by merger or acquisition, new units can be brought online quickly. Cloud vendors typically own data centers around the world and will keep each customer’s data in multiple locations, providing better and more reliable service than most businesses could manage themselves. Cloud software vendors typically strive for 99.999% availability—which translates into customers seeing less than eight minutes of unplanned downtime each year.

Customizations and agility

Just as cloud-based ERP can scale with an organization, it can also be more easily customized to fit business needs—from the start or over time, as a business grows and evolves. While on-premises ERP software can be customized, those customizations are tied to the current software and maybe difficult to reimplement with future versions, particularly if integrations were developed in-house. This is one of the main reasons some businesses avoid upgrading their on-premises ERP systems and continue running out-of-date technology.

Furthermore, cloud ERP systems tend to integrate well with other cloud-based products, and new modules can be added to a cloud ERP system without downtime or additional hardware. This kind of agility enables a business to remain proactive instead of reactive, adjusting more quickly to industry changes, consumer trends, unforeseen circumstances and more.

Security, compliance and disaster recovery

If on-premises hardware fails, a company could spend a considerable amount of time and money transferring data to a new storage system. With cloud-based ERP, data is housed in the provider’s data centers, usually redundantly and geographically dispersed. This is also beneficial in terms of providing access to business information and data over the internet, an important consideration as more jobs and operations move online and companies seek to automate and streamline business processes.

Benefits of Cloud ERP Software

Upfront infrastructure and operating costs

One of the biggest benefits of a cloud-based ERP solution is overall reduced costs, which begins at implementation. With on-premises ERP, a business will incur upfront costs in purchasing servers, database creation, initial implementation, consultants, IT staffing, security and backup.
ERP-Service01Companies with an on-premises ERP system will encounter additional costs for maintenance, specialized in-house or on-call resources, upgrades and updates, as well as additional servers as the company grows. Cloud ERP generally costs about 30% less than on-premises ERP. Since the cloud ERP vendor hosts and manages the software on its own servers, businesses avoid upfront infrastructure costs as well as additional costs for IT staff, maintenance, security and updates. The vendor provides ongoing IT support.

Implementation speed

One of the biggest hurdles of any new ERP solution is the implementation time, which can directly affect business downtime and time to value—in one study, about half of businesses said their implementations finished in the projected time.
VEEBIT-business intelligence Tool A business can normally get up and running more quickly on a cloud-based ERP system than on-premises as it does not require selecting and setting up hardware or hiring and training IT staff. BI tools transform raw data into actionable insights, enabling businesses to identify trends, patterns, and opportunities. With intuitive dashboards, customizable reports, and interactive data visualizations, BI tools empower users at all levels of the organization to explore data, uncover insights, and drive strategic decision-making.

Accessibility

Cloud-based ERP users can access business information in real time, from anywhere and on any device. This ensures employees across the organization are working with the same data, no matter the business unit or location, and can make decisions faster and more confidently.

Scalability

Without the challenges of adding more servers for more users, locations or subsidiaries, cloud-based ERP solutions make scaling a business easier. As a business grows, the cloud ERP grows.

An organization can start with the basic, core functionality and add more as needed—without adding more hardware. Not to mention, a cloud ERP solution allows users across the globe to access business information by simply connecting to the internet. No local servers are necessary, so as a company grows by merger or acquisition, new units can be brought online quickly. Cloud vendors typically own data centers around the world and will keep each customer’s data in multiple locations, providing better and more reliable service than most businesses could manage themselves. Cloud software vendors typically strive for 99.999% availability—which translates into customers seeing less than eight minutes of unplanned downtime each year.

Customizations and agility

Just as cloud-based ERP can scale with an organization, it can also be more easily customized to fit business needs—from the start or over time, as a business grows and evolves. While on-premises ERP software can be customized, those customizations are tied to the current software and maybe difficult to reimplement with future versions, particularly if integrations were developed in-house. This is one of the main reasons some businesses avoid upgrading their on-premises ERP systems and continue running out-of-date technology.

Furthermore, cloud ERP systems tend to integrate well with other cloud-based products, and new modules can be added to a cloud ERP system without downtime or additional hardware. This kind of agility enables a business to remain proactive instead of reactive, adjusting more quickly to industry changes, consumer trends, unforeseen circumstances and more.

Security, compliance and disaster recovery

If on-premises hardware fails, a company could spend a considerable amount of time and money transferring data to a new storage system. With cloud-based ERP, data is housed in the provider’s data centers, usually redundantly and geographically dispersed. This is also beneficial in terms of providing access to business information and data over the internet, an important consideration as more jobs and operations move online and companies seek to automate and streamline business processes.

What is Cloud based ERP?

ERP is hosted and managed by the vendor, which provides the software in an “as a service” model through the cloud. The vendor is responsible for the application, data storage, the underlying operating system, servers, the physical data center infrastructure and installing security updates and feature upgrades.

Built with brains

Cloud ERP Challenges

  • Legacy systems. If a larger business that’s been using an on-premises ERP system for many years seeks to shift to cloud-based ERP, the migration may be challenging and require significant time and expertise.
  • Resistance to change. Bigger businesses with large IT and administrative teams may experience push back from key stakeholders. Moving the ERP software offsite results in administrators losing some control over processes that become automated, and with the vendor managing all maintenance and infrastructure, IT teams lose control over certain operational processes.
  • Regulatory compliance. Companies with especially strict cyber security policies, restrictions around hosting customer information in the cloud and regulatory compliance issues may not experience the full benefits of a cloud-based ERP solution. Still, major software-as-a-service providers have made strides in complying with regs such as HIPAA and GDPR and can usually accommodate mandates around data sovereignty and locality, so don’t assume you’re restricted to on-premises ERP.
Get results

Our delivery is always quality tested and our quality team just focuses on the quality of the functionalities and visual appearance for the branding.

Ready to Start?

Vantos is accountable to its customers and trustworthy understanding their brand value and their end goals and try our best to attain it’s deserve place online.

liju philipliju philip
02:01 13 Feb 23
I recently had the pleasure of working with Vantos Technology Private Limited for a web development project and I have to say, I was thoroughly impressed with their level of expertise and professionalism. From the initial consultation to the final launch, their team was highly communicative and always went above and beyond to ensure complete customer satisfaction. The website they developed for me was not only visually stunning but also highly functional and user-friendly. Their technical knowledge and attention to detail was evident in the final product, and they were able to turn my vision into a reality. Their after-sales support has been outstanding and they always respond promptly to any concerns or questions I have had. I highly recommend Vantos Technology Private Limited for any web development needs and I am looking forward to a continued working relationship with them.
Lakshmanan SubramaniamLakshmanan Subramaniam
08:21 10 Jan 23
Dedicated and committed team. They did a wonderful job for our Power BI requirements. Thanks to the team!
Sundara Venkatesh LSundara Venkatesh L
08:02 12 Nov 22
Vantos has understood my (Saromax Ecommerce ) business challenges and give a good solution approach and endless support.I appreciate the Management team and Technical team giving transparent support.
Sanu SahaSanu Saha
08:51 11 Nov 22
Vantos providing very good support and they are delivering the products in time.
Lekshmi BijuLekshmi Biju
08:47 11 Nov 22
They are providing good service
anilajith jsanilajith js
09:31 09 Nov 22
very trusted and genuine it solution provider.. their team members are excellent and the management is transparent .Very support to us especially mr. sanu sir & elizabeth madam .. good service with proper guidance to develop our business very special thanks to MD sir Mr.venkatesh .... once again thnks to vantos
Midlaj mcMidlaj mc
08:37 08 Nov 22
Very Excellent company
Deepak deepakDeepak deepak
07:39 08 Nov 22
This Is Deepak, Actually I Know Very Well About Vantos Technology For The Past 3 Years, They Did Many Of My Company Projects, Those Projects Are All Going Good, Vantos Technology Technical Persons Are Well Trained, 100% Efficiency, Dedicated, And Good Skill Set. I Really Admire Vantos Technology Work.
Prabu RaPrabu Ra
05:56 08 Nov 22
good service, timely delivery. I strongly recommend
kalander Mydeenkalander Mydeen
05:48 08 Nov 22
Trusted ? and Good Support
Belfin AshajoseBelfin Ashajose
05:45 08 Nov 22
Excellent and good working ??
Arul MaheshArul Mahesh
04:26 08 Nov 22
Good support
Very good support.
js_loader