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De-risk your ERP Transformation with Silico

Business Process Simulation (BPS) with Silico helps you find the optimal ERP transformation to implement for your organisation and monitor and optimise its implementation.

Different ERP systems can have varying impacts on KPIs such as FTE requirements, processing lead times, revenue, as well as supply chain security. However, quantifying these impacts ahead of implementation has proven difficult, leading to sub-optimal choices. With Silico, your team can make evidence-based decisions on your ERP transformation.

Create a Digital Twin to continuously monitor, analyse, and optimise processes, for example, through dynamic headcount allocation. This initial order-to-cash twin can then be expanded into a full Digital Twin of the Enterprise (DTE) step-by-step, with value generated at each iteration at minimum risk, time, and cost.

Silico lets us make future decisions that benefit the whole organisation rather than individual business units and promotes transparency to align stakeholders around change initiatives.

What are the Benefits of using Silico for your ERP Transformation?

Transformation teams  use Silico to build a Process Twin of different ERP transformations to quantify their impact and outcomes.

To determine or demonstrate the need for an ERP transformation:

Stress test your as-is processes under existing systems to see how they cope in different scenarios. This helps identify transformation requirements, communicate them to stakeholders, and foster buy-in.

Model exactly how different ERP transformations impact KPIs:

This is all done virtually so that you can test out the effect of these ERP transformations in Silico before committing to any costly implementation.

Monitor implementation and course correct.

Use the Digital Twin of your new processes to monitor transformation progress, identify root causes of divergence from the plan, and course correct.

How to get started with your ERP Simulation

Silico can simulate your ERP transformation and evaluate alternative process designs in four weeks with:

An understanding of the processes for which you want to implement a new ERP system. This understanding can come from process maps or be generated in Silico with your team

Realistic values for relevant variables such as processing times and available resources

Different ERP transformations (i.e. process design with relevant systems) that you’re considering implementing

A full Digital Twin of your ERP implementation also requires:

Real-time data integration to your relevant systems

An understanding of decisions and problems of your operational decision makers

How it Works...

Let’s take a look at how an ERP Transformation Programme works in Silico:

Build the Digital Twin:

Develop a causal model of your finances that reflects how inputs such as order volumes and material prices affect outcomes such as revenues and margins.

Connect to real-time data:

Integrate the Silico twin into existing systems, such as customer relationships management (CRM) and enterprise resource management (ERP) systems.

Gain FutureSight:

Test decisions virtually and identify optimal courses of action for, for example, pricing, make or buy, and product mix decisions.

Monitor and Control:

Forecast your financials, such as your margin, in varying circumstances and scenarios, including fluctuating commodity prices and inflation, and get alerted to developments ahead of time.

Grow towards a DTE:

Expand the financial twin to other parts of the organisation to develop a full DTE at minimum risk, time, and cost to generate value in new areas and improve the initial finance twin itself.

Build the Digital Twin:

Develop a causal model of your finances that reflects how inputs such as order volumes and material prices affect outcomes such as revenues and margins.

Connect to real-time data:

Integrate the Silico twin into existing systems, such as customer relationships management (CRM) and enterprise resource management (ERP) systems.

Gain FutureSight:

Test decisions virtually and identify optimal courses of action for, for example, pricing, make or buy, and product mix decisions.

Monitor and Control:

Forecast your financials, such as your margin, in varying circumstances and scenarios, including fluctuating commodity prices and inflation, and get alerted to developments ahead of time.

Grow towards a DTE:

Expand the financial twin to other parts of the organisation to develop a full DTE at minimum risk, time, and cost to generate value in new areas and improve the initial finance twin itself.

Download our Business Process Simulation Guide.

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