Adaptive Management Infrastructure (AMI) departs from the traditionally rigid model where ERP systems segregate Financials, HR, CRM, Decision Support, Manufacturing, Logistics and Warehouse Management. Instead, AMI takes a functionality-balanced™ approach where a specific business function is not restrained by a software-imposed “box”.
Does an invoice belong in the financials, CRM, order entry or supply chain systems?
The answer will depend on who you ask, but the question highlights the problem. If a sales invoice may belong to more than one “area” of a software application, then maybe it needs to be shared amongst all of those areas.
Typical ERP implementations require a business to restructure its processes to fit the given model. While the integration model is somewhat valid, the infrastructure for that integration should remain just that – infrastructure. At best, this integration model makes most ERP interfaces confusing to users. At worst, the interface may be unusable.
AMI’s functionality-balanced™ approach customizes and calibrates the necessary levels of integration across the application, while providing an intuitive user interface that allows the organization to focus on conducting its business.
All of AMI's components are designed to integrate with one another, allowing maximum flexibility and organizational visibility with shorter implementation cycles and lower costs.
Learn more about AMI.
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