ERP System for Industrial Machinery Manufacturing

A U.S.-based industrial machinery manufacturer was looking for a fully integrated Engineer-to-order (ETO) enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution to replace an aging legacy system, including some in-house applications.

To find the right solution, the company turned to TEC for an extended software evaluation and selection project—building a custom requirement set that included components from ETO ERP, ERP for distribution, customer relationship management (CRM), computerized maintenance management system–enterprise asset management (CMMS-EAM), product lifecycle management (PLM), and project portfolio management (PPM) solutions.

Starting with a list of nine qualified solutions, TEC issued requests for information (RFIs) to each of the vendors. Based on the RFI responses, the company was able to compare the nine solutions and develop a shortlist of the four most promising ones for in-depth evaluation.

TEC also helped the company collect market data—a key component of the final selection process.




Company Profile

  • Industry:  Manufacturing (Industrial Machinery)
  • Annual Revenue Range:  $51 to $250 million
  • Company Size:  251 to 1,000 employees
  • Number of Sites:  2–10 sites
  • Approx. Num Of Users:  1–25 users|26–50 users|51–100 users|101–200 users|201–500 users|501–1,000 users|1,001–5,000 users|5,001–10,000 users|More than 10,000 users
  • Region:  Africa Asia Southeast Asia (including the Far East and Japan) Europe (east and south) Europe (west and north, including the United Kingdom) Latin America (Mexico, Central America, and South America) North America (Canada and the United States) Middle East Oceania


Project Profile

9 qualified bidders identified
9 RFIs issued

Working list:
  • SYSTIME - Oracle JD Edwards
  • MCA Connect - MS Dynamics AX
  • Oracle - EBusiness Suite
  • Epicor - ERP 9
  • Infor - ERP Syteline
  • IFS - IFS Application
  • Aptean - Made2Manage
  • QAD - Enterprise Application
  • SYSPRO - Syspro

 
comments powered by Disqus