Intelligent ERP-systems (Man-Machine Business Systems)


Most CEOs are planning to kill their companies

From CEO survey by KPMG at how CEOs are thinking about information technology:
  • Two thirds of CEOs don’t think their companies can keep up.
  • Eighty five percent of CEOs don’t think IT is performing critical functions.
  • Forty percent of CEOs are planning to massively change their firms.
  • A whopping 90 percent of CEOs feel they have no idea what their customers want and aren’t meeting their customer needs.
  • Seventy five percent of CEOs think their firms need to disrupt the market but aren’t.

"The development of information technology (IT) is going on at an unprecedented pace. New products are emerging continuously. The market is being expanded by new participants and producers. Their partners and users migrate from one technological platform to another or update the versions of the used IT products. But how not to lose the most important thing - not to dissolve in a huge number of various details, keeping a focus on the goals, opportunities and tasks of the business, and not losing the achievements and investments in computerization and automation?

It is necessary to rely on a universal conceptual framework. Information technologies are rapidly developing for several decades, changing the form and characteristics, as well as the industry itself, but at the same time the general trends of this development are preserved - the "computer phenomenon" retains its essence around which everything else is formed. No matter who wins the competition and whose products will dominate the IT market - time will reformat everything - erase and create anew, but it is important that it is your business that reasonably accumulats and uses the achievements of technological progress, and wins in its competitive struggle.

As a result of research in this direction, I create a "theoretical framework" - a set of knowledge for building automated enterprise management systems based on the latest innovations in the field of IT, but retaining their relevance in any changes, for example, when moving to new platforms or versions IT products, changing of partners in the implementation and support, departing of old employees from the company and arrivaling of new employees, etc."

ERPACADEMY Framework: tools and solutions for creating man-machine business systems

"Theoretical framework "ERPACADEMY - methodology based on the systems approach and system engineering, theory and practice of management, design patterns and industrial technology platforms:
  1. Identification of the company's competitive strategy;
  2. Development of the architecture of the business system / corporate information system;
  3. Organization of the project on the basis of stages and processes of the life cycle of systems;
  4. Study of management areas (finance, logistics, etc.) in terms of theory and best practice;
  5. Designing business applications based on patterns (patterns);
  6. Implementation of project solutions;
  7. Deployment of applications, supporting them and developing them.

The components of the methodology

Architectural Approach
  • It connects the business architecture of the enterprise with the architecture of information, application architecture and IT infrastructure.
  • It provides the ability to identify classes of automated control systems (business management applications) and customize the life cycle of systems.
Processes of the life cycle of systems
  • They manage the project of creating, developing and implementing.
Universal Control Cycle
  • The conceptual basis of each management subsystem that defines data flows and requirements for information processing.
Best practice
  • Widely distributed business roles, business scenarios / business processes.
Design Patterns
  • A methodical basis for the creation of new modules (subsystems) of business management system.
Software platform, ready-made solutions, intellectualization tools
  • ERP-system, "cloud", cognitive services, software libraries.