GREENVILLE, S.C. – For growing companies, the transition from a simple accounting system to an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) platform that can help them handle maturing needs, is often something just short of a root canal.
However, one Upstate software development firm is launching a product aimed at helping business owners easily transfer off their old systems.
Kopis’s new product, “ADEPT”, is an add-on for Dynamics 365 Business Central that helps keep common workflows for 90% of the accounting functions, which reduces the training burden that comes with switching, said Adam Drewes, ERP General Manager.
Organizations who utilize this software will see their employees working in business central by the end of the day for the most common functions, he said.
“Our goal is to uncomplicate the process of configuring an ERP system and make it easy for new user,” Drewes said. “Most people implementing a new ERP system will spend hundreds of thousands of dollars and months of time to get up and rolling.”
Combined with a streamlined onboarding process, this system will dramatically reduce the initial start-up phase that hinders most people from using ERP in their businesses and opens the gates for more companies to prepare for scaled growth.
ERP installation should be easier, and Kopis knows how to simplify the process. The more complex your business gets, the harder it is to switch systems.
“Just imagine if the cost of switching to a powerful system was low enough that you could starting using it before you entangled your company in a web of manual and convoluted processes and Excel sheets,” Drewes said. “We want to stop Excel hell before it starts.”
Kopis is a Greenville, S.C.-based technology firm focused on providing high impact software and cloud solutions to businesses and state agencies in the Southeast. With a growing team of over 40 employees, Kopis is one of the fastest growing software companies in South Carolina. To learn more visit, For more information, please visit www.kopisusa.com/ADEPT.
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