Problem Statement:

Many businesses struggle with disjointed systems for finance, HR, sales, inventory, and other functions. These silos result in inefficiencies, data inconsistencies, and limited visibility across the enterprise.


The ERP platform was developed to unify all these disparate systems under a single umbrella, ensuring data consistency, enhancing inter-departmental collaboration, and enabling real-time reporting and analytics.


  • Finance & Accounting: Automate invoicing, manage expenses, and view financial statements.
  • Human Resources: Manage employee data, payroll, and performance appraisals.
  • Supply Chain Management: Handle inventory, procurement, and order processing.
  • Customer Relationship Management (CRM): Track sales, manage leads, and maintain customer interactions.
  • Reporting & Analytics: Advanced BI tools for data visualization and analysis.
  • Manufacturing: Plan, schedule, and manage production processes.
  • Database Integration: Seamless integration with popular databases for robust data management.

Use Cases:

  • A manufacturing firm that wants to align its production schedule with inventory and sales forecasts.
  • A large enterprise looking to consolidate its financial, HR, and sales data for better reporting and compliance.
  • A service provider wanting to manage customer interactions, sales pipelines, and service delivery schedules efficiently.

Web/Application Specific Points:

  • User Interface (UI): Modern, intuitive dashboard displaying key metrics with the option to deep dive into specific modules. Navigation panels with quick access to different functionalities.
  • User Experience (UX): Modular design allowing businesses to pick and choose relevant ERP components. Consistent layout and design across modules for seamless user experience.
  • Interactivity: Real-time data updates, drag-and-drop report builders, and interactive graphs and charts. Users can configure alerts, automate tasks, and set up workflows based on specific triggers.

Technologies Used:

  • Backend: Java, Node.js
  • Frontend: Vue JS, Angular
  • Database: Oracle
  • Cloud: AWS
  • Middleware: Kafka