Business Enterprise Solution

ERP software collects data from several departments on a daily basis and combines it into a single source of truth that helps the entire firm. ERP software combines specific information and critical metrics from a range of sources, including as finance, human resources, operations, manufacturing, sales, and marketing, to create a single system. ERP software helps to centralize data, reduce manual entry, and make company data accessible to key stakeholders and their teams. Employees across departments may access the same trustworthy information to satisfy their day-to-day needs with a fully integrated ERP Software. Front-office and back-office functions should be integrated with the correct ERP software. It's a comprehensive enterprise management system. You'll be able to spot areas that require improvement and make cost-effective judgments once you've implemented the correct ERP Software. This will allow you to reach your maximum potential and propel your company forward. DoFort ERP Software is more than just a typical ERP system. Our ERP software is customized to your company's requirements, allowing you to streamline processes and cooperate more effectively across departments. It gathers vital real-time data about your business, identifies areas for improvement, and assures compliance with financial requirements all in one spot.

DoFort Business Enterprise Solution (D-BES) is comprehensive enterprise resource planning software that incorporates key business functions of an organization. D-BES integrates and automates most business processes and shares information enterprise-wide in real-time, thereby improving customer service and the corporate image. It helps business to improve financial compliance with regulatory standards and reduce risks. It is a web-based application and both available on-premise network as well as cloud.

DoFort's Business Enterprise Solution is a comprehensive enterprise resource planning software integrated applications suite that combines business value, standards-based technology, and deep industry experience into a business solution with a low total cost of ownership. DoFort’s Business Enterprise Solution suite comes with mobile apps combabilities like IOS and android. DoFort provides a wider range of databases, operating systems, and hardware options, allowing you to customize and expand your IT solution to meet your specific business needs. DoFort Business Enterprise solution includes multiple number of modules that support a wide range of business processes and key industry solutions, including Consumer Package Goods, Manufacturing, Oil and Gas, Retail, Construction, Real Estate. DoFort's Business Enterprise Solution important modules are listed below.

Financial Management

DoFort provides a strong financial foundation for your business. Financial Module is fully integrated with all other modules of DoFort's Business Enterprise Solution, such as manufacturing, inventory management, project management, and so on. It provides full support for multi-site, multi-lingual, and international operations. The Financial module of DoFort's Business Enterprise Solution allows you to keep track of every penny that comes in and out of your business and streamline your financial operations. Financial Module's dashboard gives you a complete view of financial reporting. DoFort's Business Enterprise Solution comes with the features like Business Intelligence which helps you in business operation analysis and sound decision making.


Sales Order management

Sales Order Management is a centralized platform for managing orders from all sales channels, from receipt to delivery. It monitors their progress as they are delivered to customers. This ensures that orders are delivered on time and that no orders are lost. Sales Order Management offers a centralized platform for increased efficiency, improved customer service, and management of all sales channels. The Order Management module provides visibility and service availability by tracking orders and managing people and data associated with them. Advanced sales order management applications can assist a company in determining the most cost-effective option for fulfilling an order based on available inventory and the buyer's location, for example from a store vs. a warehouse vs. a third-party fulfilment partner.

Procurement management

The procurement module, also known as the purchasing module, assists an organization in obtaining the materials or products it requires to produce and/or sell goods. This module allows companies to keep a list of approved vendors and link those vendors to specific items, assisting with supplier relationship management. The module can automate quote requests and then track and analyse the responses. The procurement module assists the purchasing department in preparing and sending out purchase orders after a company accepts a quote. It can then track that purchase order as the seller converts it to a sales order and ships the goods, updating inventory levels automatically as the order arrives.


Inventory management

Inventory control is enabled by the inventory management module, which tracks item quantities and location down to individual SKUs. Through integration with the procurement tool, this module provides a complete picture of current and incoming inventory. It assists businesses in managing inventory costs, ensuring that they have enough stock without tying up too much cash in inventory. An inventory management application can compare sales trends to available inventory, allowing businesses to make more informed decisions that increase margins and inventory turn (a measure of how often inventory is sold over a certain period). It can aid in the prevention of stockouts and delays, which improve customer service. Businesses that do not have other supply chain management modules can use the inventory management application to manage purchase orders, sales orders, and shipping.

Manufacturing management

The manufacturing module assists manufacturers in planning production and ensuring that they have everything they need for planned production runs, such as raw materials and machinery capacity. During the manufacturing process, it can update the status of goods-in-process and assist businesses in tracking actual output versus forecasted output. It also provides a live view of the shop floor, capturing data on items in progress and finished goods. It can compute the average time to manufacture an item and then compare supply to forecasted demand to plan adequate production. The Manufacturing Execution System tracks, collects, and monitors precise data about the manufacturing process. It encourages data collection, product tracking, and quality control and resource management.


Maintenance management

Maintenance management module in Business enterprise solution designed to assist businesses with maintenance repairs, workflows and costs. Maintenance management module often referred as a computerised maintenance system (CMMS). Maintenance management module helps in tracking and control of a company's assets like equipment or facilities. The purpose of maintenance management is to ensure a flowless effective production eliminating the downtime. Poorly maintained resource can cause a costly pause in production. Maintenance management module give you alerts of the scheduled maintenance for the timely maintenance. On time maintenance management ensure satisfactory and reliable production as well as safety for the employees.

Human resource management

A human resource management (HRM) module typically includes all of the features of a workforce management application and adds new capabilities. The human resource management module keeps detailed records on all employees and documents such as performance reviews, job descriptions, and offer letters. It keeps track of not only hours worked, but also paid time off (PTO), sick days, and benefit information. Employee data is stored in the Human Capital Management software module. It assists Human Resource departments with the onboarding process and ensures that all employees are educated about the organization. This module promotes a strategy for human resource management, recruitment, and development (employees). The Human Resource Management module's functions include talent management, workforce management, compliance management, and employee data maintenance.


Warehouse management

A warehouse management module can efficiently guide warehouse employees through all warehouse processes Based on the layout of the warehouse, from put away when shipments arrive to picking, packing, and shipping. It can also assist businesses in scheduling labour based on expected order volume. Warehouse management module can support batch picking, wave picking, and zone picking depending on which picking strategy is most efficient for a given business and it show employees the most efficient pick path. Warehouse management improves inventory turns while reducing cycle times and overhead costs. It allows you to automatically coordinate and record inventory movement. Employees can quickly find the right products and get shipments out the door when the warehouse management module is integrated with inventory management and order management applications. Customer satisfaction rises as a result of faster delivery.

Transportation Management

The Transportation Management module is a centralized platform that allows businesses to manage all transportation activity across their supply chains. The Transportation Management module enables businesses to reduce costs, improve service levels, and implement flexible business process automation across their global transportation and logistics networks. Transportation Management enables businesses to manage their transportation networks globally in terms of supply chain flows (outbound, finished goods, inbound supplies, inter-facility/company shipments, returns), modes of transport (road, air, sea, and rail), and geographic area (domestic and international).


Customer Relation management

All customer and prospect information is stored in the customer relationship management (CRM) module. This includes the company's communication history with a person—for example, the date and time of phone calls and emails—as well as their purchase history. A CRM improves customer service by allowing employees to easily access all of the information they require when working with a customer. Customer Relationship Management (CRM) enables manufacturers to manage the entire customer lifecycle, from initial contact to sales, production, and after-sales maintenance and support services. You can learn about customers and prospects, as well as their communication and purchase history. CRM is also used by many businesses to manage sales leads and opportunities. It can monitor prospect communication and recommend which customers should be targeted for specific promotions or cross-sell opportunities. More powerful CRM modules may include customer segmentation (allowing for more targeted marketing) as well as advanced contact managers and reporting tools.

Project management

Project management module help business in tracking of all project billings, retention, and cost statuses. Building and construction are project-based industries that require a clear overview of resource management for each project. Users can monitor the progress of all projects using the Project management module. As a result, you can effectively manage work allocation (job location, nature of work, contact of assigned team members/leader, and worker attendance tracking) and required inventories (materials, owned/hired assets), as well as raise requests, make approvals, and monitor project status while on the go. The project management module also assists in calculating the required budgets, allocating costs, and automatically calculating the profitability of each project/project scope. You can easily monitor each project's finances and make timely adjustments based on the estimation and calculation to avoid overbidding or under-quoting a project.


Tax management

Tax management module help your business to calculate tax for the following types of taxes:

  • Sales and use tax
  • Customs and duties calculation
  • Value-added tax (VAT)
  • Goods and services tax (GST)
  • Communications tax
  • Excise tax
  • Consumer use tax
  • Lodging tax
  • Beverage Alcohol tax

Technologies Built in Our Product

Cloud ERP





Barcode & RFID

Dynamic Dashboards

Process Automation (RPA)

Cloud ERP

The most businesses of all sizes are considering cloud ERP than ever before as technology advances and evolves. This popularity is largely due to factors such as cost, dependability, speed, and accessibility. Cloud ERP refers to ERP software and tools that are delivered and managed over the internet. Cloud ERP is Software as a Service that provides users with access to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software via the Internet. Cloud ERP typically has much lower upfront costs, because computing resources are leased by the month rather than purchased once and maintained on premises.

Cloud ERP also allows businesses to access their operation applications from any location at any time. Cloud ERP solutions are made up of a variety of technologies that are linked by high-speed internet connections. Security upgrades are managed by the ERP provider, and the cloud ERP is always online. All that is required of your team is that they log in and use the ERP and its underlying data. This could lower the total cost of ownership compared to traditional ERP systems hosted on company-owned servers. Mobile devices and desktop computers are frequently used to access cloud ERPs. They contain a variety of business software designed to keep your company running smoothly while focusing on a great customer experience and successful business outcomes. Cloud-based ERPs enable your team to access any information they need, from customer sales meetings to remote work sites to your home office, thanks to their near-infinite scalability. Customer information, sales histories, financial data, human resources management tools, live operating metrics, supply chain status, and other elements are among the highlights. Almost any computer technology your company need can be connected with a cloud ERP. Various deployment options with modules and settings customized for your type of business are available, depending on your business needs. It will assist your team in remaining focused on the proper measures and procedure in order to meet your company's goals.


Mobility has become a popular trend in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) because it provides numerous benefits to both an enterprise and its employees and individuals. Companies can benefit from improved service quality, deeper business relationships, and more accurate data capture with mobile ERP applications, not to mention access to sensitive data from any location at any time. Individuals can enter relevant and timely data into the system while in the field or on a job site using mobile ERP. ERP mobility increases the power of your system by allowing employees to access, update, and enter new data at the point of work using wireless handheld devices.

Artificial Intelligence

Traditional ERP software has become insufficient as business operations have become more complex. AI-enabled ERP solutions, such as ML models and conversational AI systems, can assist businesses in streamlining complex ERP processes. AI can help businesses with three critical needs: automating business processes, gaining insight through data analysis, and engaging with customers and employees. Artificial intelligence technology benefits organisations by assisting them in growing, ensuring smarter decision-making, and revolutionising the field of management. AI is the process of teaching machines to think and act likes humans (or even better). In most cases, AI does not replace humans. Instead, it helps to improves human capabilities and the way we work.


IoT solutions enable real-time data sharing from all types of external machines and devices back into internal ERP systems. Businesses no longer have to struggle to connect their internal business applications and processes to external data. Data collection from IoT devices occurs in real time and is highly accurate, increasing the likelihood of gaining actionable insights. Modern ERP systems integrate all business applications into a unified platform, improving data visibility, control, and decision making. However, ERP business processes have largely remained unchanged since they were designed decades ago. However, integrating ERP with the Internet of Things (IoT) can be extremely beneficial – both for back-office and customer-facing processes.

Barcode & RFID

Businesses leverage a combination of RFID tags and readers, barcode labels and long-range mobile scanners to increase the speed and ease of data collection to asset tracking. Supply chain businesses can improve the speed and accuracy of their processes, such as locating, retrieving, and accounting for anything that moves in or out of the facility, by using barcode and RFID data capture methods and relational database software. Supply chain companies that use mobile barcode and RFID solutions can increase turnover and optimise inventory while also improving manufacturing, ordering, and/or shipping accuracy. When productivity improves noticeably, resources can be reallocated to higher-value activities or more critical areas.

Dynamic Dashboards

Dashboards compile and visualize essential data from several modules to provide insight into the performance, outlook, and connection of business operations. Businesses require clever integration across modules as the entire world goes online. A user can add as many customized reports and dashboard-related features as they like across the modules using the DoFort Advanced Dashboard App. The app aids in the analysis of all aspects of your organization. DoFort Dashboard apps are dependable and adaptable, and they can handle any type of data. Dashboard apps allow users to quickly produce customized graphical displays of complex data in a variety of formats, such as a tree, form, search, calendar, graph, pivot, Kanban, and so on.

Process Automation (RPA)

An ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system unites business processes and automates them, such as extracting user's data, apply operations on that data, schedule the operations, and keeping the track of each and every data or user actions. On the other hand, RPA is one of the most widely explored areas by the industry due to its ability to transform traditional business processes on a variety of parameters. This software helps the human to reduce the efforts to perform repetitive tasks. Organizations become more lucrative, adaptable, and responsive as a result of robotic process automation. It also boosts employee satisfaction, engagement, and productivity by removing tedious chores from their daily routines.

RPA is non-intrusive and may be applied quickly to speed up digital transformation. It's also great for automating operations with legacy systems that don't have APIs, virtual desktop infrastructures (VDIs), or database access. RPA (Robotic Process Automation) robots carry out tasks in the same way that humans do. There were no changes to the process that were required. RPA may cover the gap between Cloud ERP and legacy applications, bringing the value of the old operation into the cloud. It makes it easier for organizations to go through Cloud ERP selection difficulties and gain the benefits of cutting-edge technology. RPA in ERP Systems enables firms to reduce the cost and labour intensity of these time-consuming projects. This has an effect on developers' workflows and allows them to focus on more vital activities. RPA is a fantastic bridge between legacy software and ERP solutions, allowing you to maintain the industry benefits of the traditional programme while benefiting from the RPA-implemented ERP's performance enhancements.


The way software and external programmes interact is defined by an Application Program Interface (API). APIs are required in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) to ensure that the ERP application and other programme can access the data. API transmits the data and allows devices and programmes to communicate with one another.

Over the years, the term "API" has been used to refer to any type of application communication interface. In recent years, however, the contemporary API has acquired some crucial characteristics that make it incredibly valuable and useful:

  • Modern APIs follow standards that are developer-friendly, easily available, and well-understood.
  • They're regarded as though they're products rather than code. They are developed for specific audiences (e.g., mobile developers), are documented, and are versioned in such a way that users can expect certain maintenance and lifetime expectations.
  • They have a lot greater discipline for security and governance, as well as being monitored and controlled for performance and scale, because they are much more standardized.
  • The modern API has its own software development lifecycle (SDLC), which involves designing, testing, constructing, maintaining, and versioning, much like any other productized programme. In terms of usage and versioning, modern APIs are also well-documented.

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