Global Enterprise Infotech Solutions

Mumbai, India (PressExposure) November 05, 2009 -- GEIS is gearing up for substantial growth in the coming months to handle work from overseas to support our personnel busy with offshore development and R&D assignments. Its talented software professionals and Research Associates located at the development center located in Bangalore. We are an exciting, young vibrant organization whose activities span diverse areas within the broader realms of Information Technology & Clinical Research. The professionals behind the venture have a successful track record in setting up and managing computer systems and software units for major multinational companies in India & Overseas.

Mission: To provide our clients with the best in leading-edge solutions by combining the finest minds with the right mix of business and technical expertise and with the best possible solutions. To fulfill client expectations thorough understanding of software technologies this has carved a niche for us in the Global IT sector. Explore the technologies to help our clients in fulfilling their requirements of productivity, profitability and services.

Vision: Our vision is to do Technology research for enhancing the total control of Business process and Human health care and to build a digital future, combined with our technological expertise, and a commitment to excel client expectations has indeed given us an edge over our competitors.GEIS would like to associate with global businesses by providing effective solutions on the Bio- Informatics ,software development and services utilizing their Global Delivery Models for mutual benefits.

Clients: We feel proud to quote some of our clients for the technology training we have provided on various technology verticals. Accenture, IBM, Aditi Infotech, Intel Bangalore, Aditi software, MICRON Bangalore, CITI Bank, Molecular Connections, Convergis, Satyam Computers, DSL Software, Siemens Information Systems Limited Mumbai, Emerald Business Solutions Infotech Pvt. Ltd, Standard Chartered Bank – Dubai, GE-Financial, Tata consultancy services, HP, Wipro, i2 technologies, Wipro, GE, Xansa technologies.

Presence: GEIS having offices all-over India that provides SAP Consulting, Training and Staffing services. Over the last 10 years we have trained scores of professionals in different ERP related areas to make a well defined professional difference in both the individual as well as corporate entities to help them to achieve their professional and organizational goals. We have added value to the training programs by assisting our clients to gain in-depth understanding.

ERP stands for Enterprise Resource Planning. ERP is a way to integrate the data and processes of an organization into one single system. Usually ERP systems will have many components including hardware and software, in order to achieve integration, most ERP systems use a unified database to store data for various functions found throughout the organization.

ERP is the acronym of Enterprise Resource Planning. ERP utilizes ERP software applications to improve the performance of organizations' resource planning, management control and operational control. ERP software is multi-module application software that integrates activities across functional departments, from product planning, parts purchasing, inventory control, product distribution, to order tracking. ERP software may include application modules for the finance, accounting and human resources aspects of a business.

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is a company-wide computer software system used to manage and coordinate all the resources, information, and functions of a business from shared data stores.[1]

An ERP system typically has modular hardware and software units and "services" that communicate on a local area network. The modular design allows a business to add or reconfigure modules (perhaps from different vendors) while preserving data integrity in one shared database that may be centralized or distributed.[cita

ERP systems saw a large boost in sales in the 1990s as companies faced the Y2K problem in their legacy systems. Many companies took this opportunity to replace their legacy information systems with ERP systems. This rapid growth in sales was followed by a slump in 1999, at which time most companies had already implemented their Y2K solutions

ERPs are cross-functional and enterprise wide. All functional departments that are involved in operations or production are integrated in one system. In addition to manufacturing, warehousing, logistics, and information technology, this would include accounting, human resources, marketing and strategic managementtion.

Today's ERP systems can cover a wide range of functions and integrate them into one unified database. For instance, functions such as Human Resources, Supply Chain Management, Customer Relations Management, Financials, Manufacturing functions and Warehouse Management functions were all once stand alone software applications, usually housed with their own database and network, today, they can all fit under one umbrella - the ERP system .

Benfits of ERP Help reduce operating costs

ERP software attempts to integrate business processes across departments onto a single enterprise-wide information system. The major benefits of ERP are improved coordination across functinal departments and increased efficiencies of doing business. The immediate benefit from implementing ERP systems we can expect is reduced operating costs, such as lower inventory control cost, lower production costs, lower marketing costs and lower help desk support costs.

Facilitate Day-to-Day Management

The other benefits from implementing ERP systems is facilitation of day-to-day management . The implementations of ERP systems nurture the establishment of backbone data warehouses. ERP systems offer better accessibility to data so that management can have up-to-the-minute access to information for decision making and managerial control. ERP software helps track actual costs of activities and perform activity based costing.

Support Strategic Planning

Strategic Planning is "a deliberate set of steps that assess needs and resources; define a target audience and a set of goals and objectives; plan and design coordinated strategies with evidence of success; logically connect these strategies to needs, assets, and desired outcomes; and measure and evaluate the process and outcomes." (source) Part of ERP software systems is designed to support resource planning portion of strategic planning. In reality, resource planning has been the weakest link in ERP practice due to the complexity of strategic planning and lack of adequate integration with Decision Support Systems (DSS).

Career Benfits

If you are considering making a career move and becoming a consultant, a self-motivated ERP education is self-justifying. You will simply be more attractive to a larger number of potential clients if you are ERP-knowledgeable than if you’re not. While many available ERP consulting positions seem to want at least one implementation experience, this isn’t a big hurdle. You can overcome this issue by pursuing certification or simply marketing yourself at a bargain rate. Having an ERP knowledge base but no practical experience is certainly a much better skills position than not having any ERP knowledge at all.

If you realize the probability that your company will soon go to ERP, then a proactive approach to learning the ropes will make you the point person when the CIO begins putting the program plan together. There could be no better career move than to be three jumps ahead when the reinvention of your company gets under way. You’ll be indispensable to the CIO and CTO and a tremendous aide to all your peers.

And keep in mind that even if you go to the trouble of learning ERP only to find that your company won’t be converting anytime soon, your career and potential advancement have been greatly enhanced and will prove beneficial despite your company’s ERP setback.

That’s because unless your company is some kind of unusual standalone that just doesn’t work with vendors or customers, your non-ERP shop is still required to work with partner companies that are. The tasks involved in this kind of relationship include setting up portals, designing shared B2B apps, and, in general, accommodating the partner company that is into integrated and distributed processes.

Once again, you will become the go-to staffer if these tasks are on the table and you’re the one with some ERP know-how.

Dear Professionals,

Gain a competitive edge, and enhance your credentials by taking advantage of the newly enhanced SAP and enjoy the many benefits of your status as SAP professionals.

In today's challenging business environment, best-run companies have clarity across all aspects of their business, which allows them to act quickly with increased insight, efficiency and flexibility. By using SAP solutions, companies of all sizes – including small businesses and midsize companies – can reduce costs, optimize performance, and gain the insight and agility needed to close the gap between strategy and execution. To help our customers get the most out of their IT investments so that they can maximize their business performance.

GEIS is the most comprehensive and cost effective training organization that offers training for all SAP R/3 and My SAP products. Regardless of whether you have an exposure to SAP or not, GEIS offers courses that help to develop and enhance your skills. GEIS delivers a hands-on classroom environment followed by an intensive case study to discuss implementation requirements of R/3 Systems. GEIS ends with a training certificate and placement assistance where your acquired skills of SAP are tested and evaluated which is a benchmark to enter the SAP industry.

GEIS Provide Training in ERP ECC 5.0 & 6.0 on following Modules :

Technical Modules: 1. Programming (ABAP) 2. BASIS

Functional Modules: 1. FI/CO (Finance & Controlling With CIN) 2. HR (Human Resource) 3. PP (Production Planning) 4. MM (Material Management with CIN) 5. SD (Sales & Distribution with CIN) 6. PM (Plant Maintenance) 7. PS (Project System) 8. QM (Quality Management) 9. BIW (Business Information Warehousing) 10. BI 7.0

New Dimension: 1. CRM (Customer Relationship Management) 2. SCM (Supply Chain Management) 3. SEM (Strategic Enhanced Management) 4. APO (Advanced Planner Optimizer) 5. EP (Enterprise Portal) 6. SRM (Supplier Relationship Management) 7. XI (Exchange Infrastructure)

Techno-Functional Modules:- 1. ABAP + HR 2. ABAP + SD 3. SD + CRM 4. MM + SCM 5. PP + APO

Courses other than SAP- Data warehousing, SAS

Contact us today to discover a bright future in SAP. Attractive Discounts available.

For free counseling and demo session please contact Thanking You Yours truly, Subiya For Global Enterprise Infotech Solutions 306, Third Floor, Bonanza A Wing Sahar Plaza, Andheri Kurla Road, J. B. Nagar, Andheri (East), Mumbai 59

Tel: 022- 66046300, 28206707/08/09/10/11

Mail to : subiya@geisindia.com Website: http://www.geisindia.com

About Global Enterprise Infotech Solutions

Global Enterprise Infotech Solutions (GEIS) is an INR 80 million company founded in the year 1996. We are a software Development, R&D and Consulting organization providing design, development, re-engineering, maintenance, support, consulting and migration and training services in the areas of Client/Server applications, Web, ERP, and Clinical to our clients.


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