Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems evolved in the sixties and seventies. Available technologies and business requirements were different in those times. Many companies are still bogged down in these legacy systems and legacy methodologies. At that time the focus was on large capital spends relating to “giant” system implementation including hardware, infrastructure and data orientated software systems. The primary focus was on collecting and storing financial data stream and inventory control.

Businesses today have a much different array of issues to deal with including; Businesses today must change their perspective.

  • Huge streams of Quality; Traceability; Compliance; Health & Safety and Manufacturing performance data to manage.
  • Agile and Lean manufacturing processes relating to smaller batch sizes and customer specific requirements.
  • Distributed manufacturing processes and increasingly complicated supply chains.
  • Reduced “time to market” requirements and viable product revenue lifetimes.
This new business landscape needs new methodologies and new approaches to ensure that business can respond quickly and maintain competitiveness. However a business cannot be expected to simply abandon investments made in existing systems and infrastructure.

The Verify approach is to layer our technology and expertise on top of the customer’s existing core systems. We also provide the “glue” between different systems that are in place to help customers implement one integrated business management system. Our platforms interface with existing ERP and accounts systems so that the best parts of these system can continue to work effectively for the customer. By connecting these “islands of automation” in a meaningful way for the business and layering on top new process capabilities to deal with quality, traceability, compliance and other requirements the business can realize an integrated business management solution that is fit for the modern age and is cost effective to implement.

“Build the software around the business, not the business around the software”