EazyStock delivers advanced inventory optimization for customers with its world-class cloud solution.
Most companies use a business system such as an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system to manage day-to-day business activities, including supply chain operations. An ERP system is a jack-of-all-trades, meaning it carries out a range of functions across different business areas. However, it doesn’t have the capabilities of some specialist systems.
Cloud-based ERP integration lets you connect best-in-class, cloud-based software or Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) systems like EazyStock to enhance your ERP’s functionality. For example, taking basic ERP inventory management to the next level through inventory optimization with EazyStock.
One of the main advantages of ERP integration is that you can easily sync data between the two systems to get more accurate information. More accurate information means you can make more informed inventory decisions. It also provides consistency across the business, as everyone views the same information.
Connecting a new system to an ERP allows you to use the best-in-class software for specific functions while keeping the most important data synced with your ERP. You won’t need to spend hours entering the same data into different platforms. Instead, you’ll be able to automate the process.
While your ERP might have some inventory management functionality, it’s probably pretty basic. It might be useful for you to count stock items, but if you find yourself swamped in manual calculations and updating multiple spreadsheets at risk of errors, you’re facing an uphill battle with inconsistent and inaccurate data. Most ERPs can only provide static reorder points and minimum and maximum stock levels. That’s where a dedicated system can help.
You need to choose the right system for you carefully by looking at your strategic business objectives and the issues you face. Whether you’re trying to improve your forecast accuracy, reduce excess stock levels or eliminate stock-outs, connecting EazyStock can help.
EazyStock’s ready-made connectors and integrations reduce the dependency on on-premise technology by seamlessly integrating with any ERP system to automate manual forecasting and planning practices.
We’re ERP-independent, and thanks to our bespoke integration capabilities, our team can facilitate integrations with most business systems and plug into a wide range of ERPs. We connect to the world’s leading cloud ERPs, but we’re constantly building new connectors so you can integrate with EazyStock with minimum hassle.
Connecting EazyStock to your ERP automates the transfer of data from one to the other without the need for manual intervention. This reduces the risk of errors and maintains data accuracy.
Once a secure and simple data transfer is established, you’ll be up and running in no time. Our Customer Success Team will be with you every step of the way, ensuring you get the most from EazyStock from day one.
EazyStock connects to most main ERPs including: Microsoft Dynamics NAV, Business Central, NetSuite, Acumatica, Epicor, Visma, Merlin, SAP, Pyramid, SouthWare, Intuit Quickbooks, Monitor, and Opera – but this list isn’t exhaustive.
If your ERP isn’t listed above, get in touch, and we’ll explain how we can connect to the system you use.
First, we connect and get to know your business. Once your expert Customer Success Manager has got you up and running, EazyStock takes master data, such as supplier and inventory data, from your ERP system.
We use this data and analyze the demand profile of all your stock items to identify trends, volatility, seasonal variations and more to forecast demand accurately.
Receiving inventory data – such as item number, stock balance, description, lead time, unit cost, etc. – and transactional demand – such as historical sales orders or production orders – allows EazyStock to optimize your inventory parameters and order proposals.
Finally, you order. As a management-by-exception tool, you can then choose to review each order or only certain ones. EazyStock then exports the confirmed order proposals back into your ERP. You can then either edit the orders further or set up automatically generated purchase orders for release to your suppliers.