Director, EDSS Pvt. Ltd.,
The boom in the construction industry offers much scope for enhancing profits through systemization, standardization, instant information, smart analysis, and quick decisions. This is exactly where an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software system – specially designed for the construction industry – can help.
The construction ERP Hit-Office is one such software product that has been widely accepted by professionals in India and abroad. Developed after in-depth study of the processes, the HIT-OFFICE ERP is made up of several modules, like the Quotation module, the Project Management module, Purchase and Inventory Management module and Builder or Sales module with strong provision of Management controls.
Fine DetailsThe quotation module is great for budgeting/estimation, generates material quantities, safeguards margins and makes provision for risks and overheads. It also creates a quantity and cost baseline for the execution of projects.
The project management module facilitates monitoring of activities and enables scheduling, subcontractor management, price comparison, billing and reconciliation and comparison with the budget.
Furthermore, the purchase and inventory module monitors usage of material. It also keeps an eye on trends in price changes of the key materials.
The builder or sales module oversees the entire sales process – from booking the property, calculating the payments, detailed documentation to accepting payments and generating receipts.
There are other modules which make the system completely integrated like Accountancy, Staff Management, Strong Provision of Task Allocation, Equipment Management, etc.
HIT-OFFICE promises to be a worthwhile investment for project developers and managers. Investing here always returns the immediate business values and paves the way to achieve profit and business goals. It gives the client a sharper reference to all their activities to make better, low risk decisions across projects.
As Kulkarni states "HIT-OFFICE ERP is not a static solution for project in time but rather an integral part of the evolving business strategy."