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Although many seem the same, just by asking a few questions it becomes clear that there are great differences between them. Yes, we’re talking about enterprise software.

A long time ago, when a company needed applications (accounting, inventories, production planning, payments…) what it did was that its people developed or bought them, with the challenge of making them communicate with each other or live with disconnected systems.

Over time the ERP’s were born and the idea was very attractive: A single system that through different modules could do everything, and each company acquired only the ones it needed. It was a boom for the companies that sold them because the market was waiting for them.

The growth in business complexity and the changing needs of businesses over time became insufficient. Companies could not partially stop their operations due to accounting closing processes (in many cases ERPs need days to process and internally acclimatize the information). Nor did they want to have to spend many months or even years in being able to count on the system they had purchased, they did not feel that their information was secure, they were not clear about the costs involved in having that system, they were not willing to request changes or improvements that they knew would be very expensive or time-consuming. The time had come when customers wanted more and better, but it wasn’t happening.

It was time to evolve to the next generation, the EOS: Enterprise Operating System, which is simply the idea that arises after instead of thinking about technology as a guiding principle, we focused on operation: observing the daily tasks of users, identifying how technologies help improve their work and designing new flows that maximize the use of these technologies. Organizations operate every minute of every day; therefore, technology should help operations flow.

So, although at first glance they may look the same, LOVIS EOS should be considered different from any ERP for the following reasons:

– Provides certainty about implementation times and associated costs

– The EOS recognizes that each company is unique, proposing a flexible and solid way of operating adapting to the business logic and economic environment of each organization.

– It is not necessary to stop the operation of the company by processes of accounting closures, having accounting information on any day of the month.

– It is not required to “do the accounting”, this is the automatic result of the natural movements of the business. 

– When improvements or changes are needed in the platform, these have no cost to the company and simply LOVIS carries them out and makes them available to everyone

– The charge for the service is for simultaneous sessions and not for named users, of which there may be an infinite number

– The system comes with dozens of reports ready to be used, it is easy to create new ones and it also connects with other business intelligence tools that the user may have.

– These and many more, are enough reasons to evaluate LOVIS EOS as the alternative to go to the next level, including digitization, simplification.

As we can see, we are not all the same. LOVIS EOS listened to customers and made a platform as they needed it.

Schedule an appointment, without commitment, with one of our advisors and we can gladly talk to you more.

Carlos Calvo
Director Comercial

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