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Food Manufacturing: Plan, Plan, And Plan! [Part 1]

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During times of uncertainties, planning plays a critical role in the survival of businesses, especially the Food Manufacturing industry which heavily relies on external economic and socio-economical factors. An important survival advice I was taught back in days while studying Engineering, it’s always handy to go back to the fundamentals to overcome unexpected situations! We will dig our way though planning by building a planning framework based on supply chain fundamentals.

A Planning Framework?

While all manufacturer implements some form of Manufacturing Planning and Control (MPC) system – which is concerned with the planning and controlling of all aspects of manufacturing, including procurement of raw material, scheduling the production, and shipping to customers -, it is key for the success of the business to implement an effective MPC framework.

Simplified MPC Diagram

Let’s Take a Step Back First!

The main goal of businesses is to maximize the long-term financial performance and the value to their shareholders, with other stakeholders taken in consideration. Financial performance is measured by many metrics, we will focus on one metric called Economic Value Added (EVA) which measures company profits in excess of the cost of capital (debt and equity), which when compared to other metrics, is an internal and management-controllable measure [Source: Kay, I., Madu, M., & Johnson, P. (2020, March 8). Assessment of ISS’s Use of EVA in CEO Pay-for-Performance Model. The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance.]

There’s no profit unless you earn the cost of capital – Alfred Marshall

Let’s lay it down first, EVA is a measure of Net Operating Profit After Tax (NOPAT), less cost of capital, that measure can be expressed by the Return on Capital Employed (ROCE) and the Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC), multiplied by the Capital Employed (CE):

EVA = (ROCE - WACC) x CE
ROCE = NOPAT / CE

Ugly Formulas, Pretty Visualization

EVA Visualized

It’s clear that value won’t be created unless revenue exceeds all costs, including the cost of capital, in simpler terms, ROCE has to exceed WACC, but how can a business achieve that?

In our article, we will focus on measurable and Supply/Demand-related factors such as:

  • Higher Revenue
  • Lower Cost
  • Lower Working Capital

On one hand, in order to achieve high revenue from a demand perspective, businesses in general, and food manufacturers in particular, need to reduce their stock-outs. And to lower their costs, they need to reduce their inventory carrying cost, cost of material, distribution costs, etc.

On the other hand, in order to lower working capital, businesses need to optimize their Cash-to-Cash (C2C) cycle time – a metric describing the average days required to turn a dollar invested in the raw material into a dollar collected from a customer -, and one important factor to optimize the C2C is reducing safety stock levels.

Cash-to-Cash Visualized

While the 3 factors might look contradictory, this is where MPC comes in place, the effectiveness of an MPC framework is to balance the trade-offs of the 3 factors to support supply chain initiatives and potentially achieve the business’s ultimate goal to increase the value for shareholders.

A Contradiction, Yet Manageable!

Back to our MPC framework, there are 3 main entry points, Demand Management, Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP), and Resources Planning, in our article we will focus on Demand Management and S&OP, and explore an overview of Demand Planning and how technology can add value to the overall MPC framework.

S&OP balances the sales and marketing activities of a company with its production ensuring that manufacturing will support its sales activities and strategy. Demand Management is the business gateway to marketplaces (Customers), it allows businesses to do activities such as forecasting customer demand, order management, communicating back promises of delivery, and orders statuses and changes [Source: Jacobs, Robert F., William L. Berry, Clay Whybark, and Thomas E. Vollmann. 2018. “Demand Management in MPC Systems.” Chap. 3.1 in Manufacturing Planning and Control for Supply Chain Management: The CPIM Reference. 2nd ed. New York: McGraw-Hill Education.].

Demand Management must conform to the business strategy, manufacturing capabilities, and customer needs, and those factors define different MPC environments. A key classification of an MPC environment is something called Customer Order Decoupling Point (CODP).

The CODP is the point in the material flow where the product is tied to a specific customer order [Source: Olhager, J. (2010, December). The role of the customer order decoupling point in production and supply chain management. Computers in Industry61(9), 863–868.]; E.g., When a customer buys cereal off the shelf in a retail store, the CODP is the finished good (Cereal), but when a customer orders custom-made cereal (for example, U-RAAW! Health Foods), the CODP is now the raw material, meaning it moved further down the supply chain.

It’s key to understand the role of CODP and different manufacturing situations such as make-to-stock (MTS), assemble-to-order (ATO), make-to-order (MTO), and engineer-to-order (ETO). CODP divides the flow into two categories upstream – forecast driven -, and downstream – customer order driven – allowing manufacturers to adopt different situations for a varity of products.

We will focus on CODP in the dominant manufacturing situation of food manufacturing businesses (MTS) and how it fits within the supply chain planning matrix (Stadtler and Kilger, 2000).

MTS Supply Chain Planning Matrix

Working Our Way Backwards, Introducing Demand Planning!

To maximize EVA, we mentioned 3 factors, Higher Revenue, Lower Cost, and Lower Working Capital. The main goal of Demand Planning to identify the sweet spot to maintain optimal stock levels that would minimize inventory carrying cost, and material cost.

In the coming article we will explore the tools and techniques of Demand Planning and how we can apply them in Oracle NetSuite, leaving you now with an introduction to Oracle NetSuite Demand Planning:

https://youtu.be/8YUGW5pOqi8

Want to discuss further?

it’s important to work with a partner that understands your business as well as the product itself, and we at Haya Solutions Inc. pride ourselves on a track record of successful ERP implementations. With +25 years of combined experience in many verticals such as Manufacturing, Wholesale Distribution, Retail, Medical Equipment, Construction, Insurance, Healthcare, e-Commerce, and many more, working with customers private and public Small and Medium Enterprises.

Drop us an email for a free consultancy call on our website.

 

Food manufacturing: now what?

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Status quo

With the war in Ukraine and the risk of entrenched recession in many financial systems across the globe, the food manufacturing industry has been impacted by an unprecedented increase in energy and raw materials commodities prices and a dramatic decrease in consumer demand.

Nonetheless, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the US (FAO) and the World Bank, the markets have shown a recovery from the volatility that was not seen since 1970.

By taking a quick look at the FAO Food Price Index (2014-2016=100), we notice that we are at levels that exceeded the financial crisis in 2008, however, the short-term trend is downwards, which is also confirmed by a recovery in the Commodities Price Index (2014-2016=100) for Q3 2022:

FAO Food Price Index from Q1 2006 to Q3 2022

FAO Commodities Price Index from Q1 2006 to Q3 2022

Source: FAOSTATS Sept 2022

On the other hand, the energy market is showing mixed signals, while the trading prices are on a downward trend (August to July comparative statistics), the World Bank Energy Index (2016=100) Q3 2022 is on the upward trend for the foreseeable future, which is attributed to the disruption in Natural Gas supplies in EU:

World Bank Energy Price Index (Q1 2016-Q3 2022)

World Bank Nomial Monthly Prices - Crude Oil

Source: World Bank Pink Sheet Sept 2022

With the supply mainly relying on energy and raw materials, the demand can be looked at by many factors, more importantly, the Consumer Price Index (CPI), which measures the overall change in consumer prices based on a representative basket of goods over time.

A quick look at a 12-month change in CPI for the US and Canada shows the soaring increase in prices that’s officially reported by the two governments, which might suffer from downward/upward biases for political or economical reasons:

12-month price change CPI - US

12-month price change by geography - Canada

Source: Stats Canada, Sept 2022

CPI is important because it’s a measure of inflation, which in return reflects on the consumer purchasing power, while a sharp increase in the CPI doesn’t necessarily imply a sharp decline in demand, due to many socio-economical factors.

With supply and demand impacted by a volatile market, there’s also another important factor, the supply chain, a hugely troubled sector yet recovering since COVID-19, adding to the hardships of managing a food manufacturing business and resulting in squeezed profit margins which are already squeezed due to the competition.

As the lead time for purchases increases due to supply chain disruptions, delays in manufacturing attributes to different reasons, and a long Inventory Turnover cycle -Averaged at 55 days for US manufacturers [Source: First Research, Food Manufacturing, July 2022]-, there’s a major risk of inventory expiration and product recalls.

By also considering other factors, such as Accounts Receivable Aging Average at 40 days and a shy Working Capital Turnover -A measure of how efficiently a company uses its capital to generate sales- sitting at 11% for Small and Medium-sized US Manufacturers [Source: First Research, Food Manufacturing, July 2022], it’s clear that without proper management of the operations, businesses might fail to commit to their financial obligations in the short run and inevitably go bankrupt.

A Deep Dive Into Ops, How Tech Can Help?!

“More data beats clever algorithms, but better data beats more data. – Peter Norvig”

Procurement

It’s common in the food manufacturing industry to trade commodities on futures contracts, with the increased volatility, it became a necessity to keep up to date with the rapid fluctuations in prices and reflect that on the books, and managing those contracts without Commodity Trade Risk Management (CTRM) software gets harder and harder every day, especially when Mark to Market (MTM) Accounting is required.

With CTRM software combined with Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software capabilities, food manufacturers add more data touchpoints to their procurement that allows them to determine the true cost of a commodity over a period of time.

Sales and Marketing

While sales driven by large contracts with retailers, B2B Contracts, is the norm in the food manufacturing industry, many players in the market rely on other channels like independent distributors, brokers, internal salesforce, or direct store deliveries. It’s worth mentioning that adopting an e-Commerce or Omnichannel approach would dramatically increase revenue as it’s estimated that the global food and beverage e-Commerce market size is reaching US$ 566.04 billion by 2028 according to Million Insights.

Supply Chain Management

By combining the accurate history of purchase contracts, item receipts, landed costs, vendor bills, sales orders, inventory fulfillment, and invoices, food manufacturing businesses are now able to use advancements in the technology industry using Artificial Intelligence and take insightful decisions on time to purchase and whom to purchase from, to reduce lead time, also plan the manufacturing to satisfy the demand, seasonal or year-round.

Manufacturing

As most manufacturers rely on automated manufacturing processes, incorporating the data from the production lines’ control systems using Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems with purchasing and sales data, would allow manufacturers to implement lean manufacturing operations and methods such as Value Stream Map (VSM), which if implemented properly provide visibility on downtimes and waste during the different manufacturing processes and help increasing efficiency.

Financials

Due to the nature of the food manufacturing industry, it incorporates heavy investments in land lots, production lines, and technology that must be regularly upgraded and maintained. It also highly relies on research and development to improve existing products and introduce new ones to the market. It’s worth mentioning that many food manufacturing businesses employ seasonal workers for different types of workloads in the production cycle.

Also, many manufacturers are operating in many countries and have different taxation and financial reporting requirements (GAAP/IFRS).

With all of these data sources, accurate financial management, e.g., Assets Depreciation, Payroll, Cash flow Management, Expenses Tracking, Commodity Trading Gain/Loss, etc., requires a battery-included system that provides real-time reporting of different operations.

Which System Fills The Gaps?!

There are many ERP systems that provide features tailored for specific industries, while those systems might provide a good set of features to serve the business needs, all businesses should resort to an ERP system that allows them to scale from day one and eliminate the need for future migration to other systems, this is where Oracle NetSuite® fits.

Introducing Oracle NetSuite®

NetSuite Stairway for Food and Beverage Manufacturers

 

NetSuite’s ERP software is the industry solution of choice for inventory and order management, e-commerce, financials, and CRM.

Run your business on a single, true cloud platform.

Eliminate multiple systems and bring your data into one unified platform, and integrate with your preferred CTRM and SCADA systems.

Know your operations like never before.

Gain insight from data gathered across your organization and empower your employees with the information they need.

Get a 360-degree view of your customers.

Record every interaction automatically in a single, searchable system—from marketing and sales to service and support.

Engage your customers everywhere.

Deliver seamless shopping and service experiences across web, mobile, in-store, and call-center.

Now What?!

Organisations are successful because of good implementation, not good business plans. – Guy Kawasaki

While any ERP system in general and Oracle NetSuite, in particular, would work as long as it incorporates the features needed for current and foreseeable business needs, it’s important to work with a partner that understands your business as well as the product itself.

We at Haya Solutions Inc. pride ourselves on a track record of successful ERP implementations. With +25 years of combined experience in many verticals such as Manufacturing, Wholesale Distribution, Retail, Medical Equipment, Construction, Insurance, Healthcare, e-Commerce, and many more, working with customers private and public Small and Medium Enterprises.

Drop us an email for a free consultancy call on our website.

WEBINAR | OnFloors Business Growth on Cloud ERP

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OnFloors Business Growth on Cloud ERP



 

About The Webinar

Flooring manufacturers and distributors need real-time visibility into raw material, manufacturing lead time, market demand, supply chain, and financials. However, many still rely on legacy systems, spreadsheets, and manual processes to run their operations.

OnFloors, a Canadian online distributor and retailer, has a mission to cut the middleman and provide a wide range selection of high-quality flooring products with a “one-stop” shopping experience.

Join OnFloors and Haya Solutions for this exciting discussion regarding solutions, challenges, and the journey in leveraging NetSuite to transform the business.


You’ll Learn how NetSuite and Haya helped OnFloors with:

  1. An overall 150% Return on investment (ROI) with NetSuite
  2. Lower operational costs by 30% due to the elimination of deficiencies with manual processes
  3. Real-time visibility into their business results in improved decision making
  4. Leveraging Omnichannel Distribution to provide the best customer experience
  5. Scalability for long-term growth

Featured Speakers:

Mostafa Gamal
Professional Services Manager at Haya Solutions Inc.

Joyce Zhang
General Manager at OnFloors

Richard Zhang
IT & Operations Manager at OnFloors

OnFloors Business Growth on Cloud ERP Webinar

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OnFloors Business Growth on Cloud ERP | Webinar

About The Webinar

Flooring manufacturers and distributors need real-time visibility into raw material, manufacturing lead time, market demand, supply chain, and financials. However, many still rely on legacy systems, spreadsheets, and manual processes to run their operations.

OnFloors, a Canadian online distributor and retailer, has a mission to cut the middleman and provide a wide range selection of high-quality flooring products with a “one-stop” shopping experience.

Join OnFloors and Haya Solutions for this exciting discussion regarding solutions, challenges, and the journey in leveraging NetSuite to transform the business.

You’ll Learn how NetSuite and Haya helped OnFloors with:

An overall 150% Return on investment (ROI) with NetSuite

Lower operational costs by 30% due to the elimination of deficiencies with manual processes

Real-time visibility into their business results in improved decision making

Leveraging Omnichannel Distribution to provide the best customer experience

Scalability for long-term growth

Featured Speakers:

Mostafa Gamal
Professional Services Manager at Haya Solutions Inc.

Joyce Zhang
General Manager at OnFloors

Richard Zhang
IT & Operations Manager at OnFloors

SAVE MY SEAT

The guide to migrating from Xero to NetSuite

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Products like Xero provide easy-to-use and inexpensive accounting functionality for both start-ups and small businesses. However, as companies begin to grow and prepare for the future, the limits of entry-level software packages may start to cause frustration.

Whether the complexity of manging your operations has increased, or you are looking to expand as a business, migrating from Xero to NetSuite could make your day-to-day lives a whole lot easier (and more efficient too).

Here you will find the differences between Xero and NetSuite, the benefits of migrating, and how you can achieve a successful migration.

The differences in Xero vs NetSuite

When it comes to accounting, Xero and NetSuite are very similar and provide full accounting capabilities. Accounts receivable and payable, invoicing and billing, expense tracking, integrated banking, tax managements, reconciliation, payroll, budgeting, and forecasting are all included with both solutions.

Although both Xero and NetSuite are ranked highly as online accounting solutions, their capacity and objectives differ. Xero aims to solve daily accounting in a single and easy-to-use platform, while NetSuite is part of an integrated ERP/CRM suite consisting of a wider range of services, such as:

  • Ecommerce
  • Project management
  • Business intelligence
  • Order management
  • Demand planning
  • Work orders

Given NetSuite can offer a wider range of services,  expert knowledge is recommended to implement the solution.

With help from an implementation specialist, you can achieve an efficient and effective solution for your business.

But before we jump into how a successful integration can be achieved, let’s look at the benefits moving from a dedicated accounting system to a full ERP solution can have on your business.

1. Flexibility with integrations

As a highly configurable cloud ERP solution, NetSuite is capable of integrating with many platforms and can be customised to the unique and dynamic needs of your company.

2. Automation

A key aspect of NetSuite is its capabilities to handle automated techniques. With enhanced automation facilities, you can eliminate manual processing errors, increase business performance, and simplify operations.

3. Business Intelligence

Using business intelligence, NetSuite offers real-time reporting and analytical tools to help you forecast and make data-driven decisions for your business.

4. Complete finance and accounting

NetSuite provides efficiencies to manage the processes associated with finances and accounting for increased performance attributes. Real-time financial management is also included to help your business manage financial transactions and data on a real-time basis.

5. Efficient business management

As a top ERP solution provider, NetSuite, along with the many add-ons available, gives you high-end capabilities to generate growth in several business operations.

6. Process Optimization

NetSuite helps to optimize the business process with its unified methodological approach to delivering the process in a significant manner. NetSuite delivers features to enhance process efficiency by suggesting optimized solutions.

7. Efficient Business Management

Being the world’s best cloud ERP solution provider, NetSuite owns capabilities to evoke higher-end business performance and effectiveness in managing overall business operations in a manner which contributes to business success and profitability.

Implementing NetSuite

When you are ready to make your commitment to NetSuite, there are various ways of going about your implementation.

For smaller, less demanding implementations, SuiteSuccess can be purchased and utilized for an out-of-the-box solution. SuiteSuccess delivers:

  • Pre-configured functionality based on leading practices for your industry
  • Pre-built dashboards
  • Pre-built roles, with software set-up based on job functions
  • Pre-built reporting
  • And more

For more complex, tailored solutions, bringing a specialist partner onboard will give your business the help and experience needed for a successful implementation.

But regardless of your decision, your entire implementation strategy will consist of planning and preparation, data migration, testing, and training, ready for your go-live date.

NetSuite Helps Online Retailer Cut Costs While Growing at 25% Yearly

“NetSuite’s integration has helped us streamline and organize the company so we don’t have to worry about growing the business.”

A Brief Affair

  • A Brief Affair is now growing at 25% per year, while saving $70,000 yearly over the cost of a comparable server-based system.
  • Integrated order processing saves $60,000 yearly over the previous system by reducing the company’s manual workload by 1 full-time equivalent.
  • Real-time inventory visibility saves another full-time equivalent, or about $50,000 yearly, over the previous system.
  • The company has cut order-to-cash cycle times from three days to just one day because NetSuite’s strong credit card verification features helped A Brief Affair negotiate better terms with credit card processors.
  • Real-time access to customer information helps customer-support staff handle queries on the spot, a competitive advantage for a high-end, customer-centric business like A Brief Affair.
  • NetSuite’s ability to track orders by product and country is helping the company grow international business by targeting promotions according to regional tastes and trends.

Customer Success

  • A home-based startup wanted to take advantage of the growth potential for marketing European and designer fashions and lingerie online.
  • Limited accounting software and manual order processing were unable to handle the expected growth in products and customers.
  • The company decided to integrate business processes rather than buying separate applications for CRM, shopping-cart, and credit-card processing.

Challenges

  • A home-based startup wanted to take advantage of the growth potential for marketing European and designer fashions and lingerie online.
  • Limited accounting software and manual order processing were unable to handle the expected growth in products and customers.
  • The company decided to integrate business processes rather than buying separate applications for CRM, shopping-cart, and credit-card processing.

Solution

  • NetSuite partner Business Solution Partners managed NetSuite’s implementation, configuration and training, and works with the company to turn on new functionality as appropriate.
  • NetSuite management dashboards display real-time KPIs for tracking everything from sales and inventory levels to website performance and customer satisfaction.
  • NetSuite delivers an automatic alert if an online order is disrupted so management can send a follow-up email to the customer.
  • NetSuite employs credit-card verification and other security functions via integrated tools from partner CyberSource Corp.

Looking to migrate from Xero to NetSuite?

If you are looking to migrate over to NetSuite and require assistance to assure a smooth project, contact our expert team at Haya Solutions Inc today. With over 25 years’ experience, we will work closely alongside you to provide a platform that allows your business to grow.

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Oracle NetSuite The #1 Cloud ERP

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Why Should You Choose NetSuite For Your Company?

As a small or medium size business owner, the first challenge you will face is how to manage your financial matters, supply chain management, human capital management with E-Commerce & retailing management if it was your business sector. With time and reliable growth in your business, initial software programs cannot help you to revise and manage your data. Oracle NetSuite will -certainly- be your smart solution. NetSuite was the program of choice for over 40,000 firms, 10 times further than another substitute with time and data capacity. Do you imagine how this can have a great impact on functionality and performance of your workflow?

It shows widespread functionality with industry-specific support for an extensive range of industries and business sectors. It means that NetSuite works to adapt with the method your business works. Built from the ground up for the cloud. NetSuite can also decrease costs and reduce hassle for IT so you can have a budget for extra items and enjoy an easy workflow.

  1. Usually when you start your business, you would choose initial programs like QuickBooks as a starter system. It really works for start-ups and small businesses but as your business needs change by time and growth, defects will start to show up.
  2. Time consuming is clear for the workers to put up their data manually. 
  3. Poor reporting system. 
  4. The need for appropriate data management.
  5. It works only with one currency.
  6. It can only cover basic inventory management. 

For inventory management, Quickbooks offers only basic inventory functionalities. For example, there is no serialized inventory tracking. Which could create actual problems in your supply chain monitoring and management? In this case finding a more professional and customized program is a must.

How can NetSuite make a tangible difference?

Offers an Advanced Inventory Management. A comprehensive warehouse management system with a 360° view of all operations supported by NetSuite. With real-time analytics along with serialized inventory tracking and real-time reporting, NetSuite provides full visibility. NetSuite also offers a module for demand planning that enables users to predict inventory changes based on past patterns and projected revenue forecasts. NetSuite provides a robust warehouse management system with a 360° view of all activities. NetSuite offers complete visibility with real-time analytics along with serialized inventory tracking and real-time reporting. NetSuite also provides a demand planning module that allows users to predict changes in inventory based on past trends and future sales forecasts.

Extra benefits NetSuite can offer more than Quickbooks :

  1. Subscription Billing
  2. Financial Planning & Analysis
  3. Production Management
  4. Warehouse & Fulfillment
  5. Demand Planning
  6. WIP & Routing
  7. Work Orders & Assemblies
  8. Shop Floor Control & BOM Maintenance

Enjoy the ease of managing your inventory of all items you need in one application only, while in the past multiple apps were needed. Where we handled time zone differences and location matters which enables you to take the right decision for your supply chain management .The choice lies between your hands, now.

 

Coronavirus Outbreak! How Technology Can Help?

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From canceled events such as conferences and festivals, to work-from-home to banning communal cups in clubs and churches, and reusable cups in cafes and fast-food restaurants, all these are actions taken by different businesses as a response to the corona-virus outbreak.

Experts confirm that we are currently experiencing one of the worst economic downfalls since the financial crisis in 2008. Stock markets and airline companies were the first to receive the hit, and it is predicted that almost all businesses will experience some sort of stress during the outbreak. However, not all businesses – especially small businesses – are aware of the appropriate measures they have to put in place to ensure the resilience and sustainability of their operations.

The fundamental measure in protecting your business during these tough circumstances is to avoid being in groups and maintain the office environment and work teams. Here, we give you three ways to employ technology to protect your business, employees, and customers best.

VIDEO CONFERENCING TOOLS

With our complete communication system from RingCentral, you can arrange meetings with your team members and clients from any location. Whether you, a team member or your client works from home in a local location or oversees or even in quarantines, your team can use RingCentral.

Haya Solutions Inc. - Cloud Application, Mobile App And ERP Applications. Partner RingCentral The complete cloud communications system that works across all your locations

Haya Solutions Inc. – Cloud Application, Mobile App And ERP Applications. Partner RingCentral The complete cloud communications system that works across all your locations

RingCentral has many office communication and collaboration capabilities to organize and manage video conferencing, as well as allowing you to use a local phone number and local currency billing.

CLOUD BUSINESS SOLUTIONS

Did you now that you can run your entire business entirely remotely and work with all your employees over the internet! Our leading solutions NetSuite and Zoho One are great platforms to manage almost all your business functions from issuing invoices, collecting payments, managing operations, sales, inventory, accounting, and orders.

Haya Solutions Inc. on CIOReview Platform - Netsuite.

Haya Solutions Inc. is one of the 20 companies that are at the forefront of tackling customer challenges and part of the honored group of companies, on CIO Review Platform – Netsuite.

All functions and applications are integrated online with complimentary mobile and native versions, along with many extensions and extras that fit every business need.

TOUCH-LESS ATTENDANCE TOOLS

One of the prominent ways Corona-virus spreads by is the contact with contaminated surfaces or objects; this makes using the traditional attendance devices is a considerable risk to any business.

Our topnotch attendance application, AttendLab can help you in controlling possible infection and spread of any viruses. The app allows for face recognition without fingerprint or pen and paper.  Also, with the recommendation of using video conference meetings and implementing work-from-home programs, you can use AttendLab to track attendance of your team at home or remote locations.

AttendLab is a simple attendance system with a user-friendly interface. The well-designed dashboard provides quick statistics on your active devices, employees, and their attendances and locations globally.

Give us a call today to discuss your specific needs and get answers from experts to your questions about working and managing business operations and teams remotely.