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iCore Accelerators include best practices and packaged connectivity/processes for a large number of industry-leading applications.
ERP and Finance
ERP systems handle the company's most important business processes. ERPs often handle real-time data across different departments (manufacturing, purchasing, sales, accounting, etc.), and therefore often need to be integrated with many other more specialized systems as well as with customers and suppliers.
Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
CRM systems help you manage your customer relationships and marketing activities. CRM systems are often integrated with ERP, WMS and e-commerce platform.
E-commerce (platforms / marketplaces)
E-commerce is, simply put, the activity of buying or selling products electronically via online services. Typical business scenarios are Business-to-business (B2B) and Business to Consumer (B2C), buying and selling. The e-commerce platform often interacts with systems such as ERP, CRM, WMS and PIM.
Product Information Management (PIM)
A PIM system can be described as a central hub for product data which is used to distribute information to sales channels such as e-commerce websites, product catalogs, social media marketplaces and electronic data flows to trading partners.
Point of Sale (POS)
A POS system (cash register system) makes it possible to receive payments from customers and keep track of sales. The POS system is often integrated with other systems in the "order to cash" process.
Warehouse Management System (WMS)
A Warehouse Management System (WMS) is designed to support and optimize warehouse functionality and manage distribution centers. A WMS needs to interact with several systems in the IT environment, such as ERP, CRM, PIM and e-commerce platform.
Transport Management System (TMS)
A Transport Management System (TMS) is a subset of supply chain management and is often included as part of the business system. TMS systems are often integrated with ERP, WMS and third-party logistics.
AP invoice automation
Vendor account automation means using software to digitize the invoicing process to vendors to create faster and more cost-effective workflows.
Fintech applications specialize in automation of financial processes (e.g. cash management) and payment solutions in various industries. They need to be integrated with, among others, ERPs and banks.
Specialized systems in Workforce management handle processes related to recruitment, staffing, time reporting and payroll administration. They are often integrated with HR systems, ERP and POS (Point of Sale).
Human Resource management
HRM systems combine a number of necessary HR functions, such as storage of employee data, payroll management, recruitment, time and attendance, and skills and training registers.
Office automation / web apps
Integration with various applications, for example, project planning, collaboration and productivity.