Boosting Digital IQ of Services Companies
Through ERP and CRM Implementation, Digital Process Roadmap Development, and Human Experience Transformation
We Help Services Companies Like You
With The Following Challenges
ElevatIQ consultants have deep expertise in implementing systems such as ERP, CRM, CPQ, and HCM for professional and field services sub-sectors. This specific expertise reduces your digital transformation project’s time and costs, as we don’t need training on your industry and business processes. We already understand particular processes for your micro-industry.
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By streamlining the process, information, and system architecture, services companies enjoy several benefits resulting in financial gains of higher net new sales, retention of existing customers, and higher profit margins.
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ElevatIQ services include finance and human experience transformation readiness assessment and vendor-agnostic digital process architecture development; business process re-engineering, documentation, and design; digital roadmap and business case development; enterprise technology selection; requirement, project, and change management; RFP development and contract negotiation; ERP implementation, optimization, and training; and ERP project recovery and expert witness.
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An ERP stands for “Enterprise Resource Planning.” It’s a business management suite that can integrate all business processes of services companies such as project and job management, estimation, procurement, human resources, scheduling, and accounting in one system. Read more here.
While several ERP systems in the market could provide profound functionality for several businesses, services ERP have unique needs with their revenue recognition, revenue and expense matching principles, estimation differences, and contract processes. They might also have industry-specific challenges such as fund and grant reporting, union reporting, and scheduling at the line level. A non-services ERP solution would require significant customizations for services companies to use it productively and increase your implementation risks and costs.
While the cloud provides several advantages, including mobile-friendly, subscription-model, and without the hassle of managing IT infrastructure, the cloud may not be suitable for every business. You should evaluate all the options before deciding which model is the right fit for your needs.