ACGIL provides Construction ERP completely integrated software that handles business aspects related to construction from processing to controlling, costing to material management, logistics and finance.
It is really a bit challenging to use ERP system in construction work other than manufacturing and health sectors. Since, businesses have found few cases of failure regarding ERP in construction industry, therefore, special priority has been given to the factors contributing towards successful & easy ERP implementation in this industry. Unfortunately, nowadays, architect & engineering sectors has encountered various difficulties in meeting defined specifications, budget schedules and other project requirements. Therefore, in today's technological environment, use of external as well as internal resources should be done very carefully & skillfully for getting positive business results.
Construction Management ERP Software is an advanced enterprise technology that unifies construction management processes such as accounting, payroll projects, business development documents, etc. Electronically, it takes care of all business components, removes paperwork and work inefficiencies. This system improves the overall work efficiency of the construction industry and manages multiple business lines simultaneously.
Construction ERP software is the one-step & easy process which results in maintaining information regarding cost of projects, productivity and revenue generation. Many companies are taking advantage by implementing ERP system for better and systematic integration of their business. Using this system will definitely save the precious time of enterprises, as it itself maintain and generate purchase orders, contracts & subcontracts, creating the latest jobs and other information simultaneously.
All the tasks and activities can become successful if they properly follow all the given guidelines for the software implementation and usage. It is noteworthy that the proposed ERP software set-up model completely adapts the McLean's and DeLone information systems success model as well as technology acceptance to integrate the basic project management principles.