Tally Training & Implementation
Implementing an Tallyprime, Tallyprime Server software system not only involves a great deal of expenditure, efforts and time, it also involves change in some of the complex business processes. In order to ensure success, everyone in the company, from the leadership to back-office workers should cooperate.
Implementing Tallyprime, Tallyprime Server requires a team of experts who understand the business and technical aspects of the process & system. A separate Tallyprime, Tallyprime Server solution provider is employed for working with each department in understanding their processes and challenges. Implementation of ERP involves the following steps:
Planning and Requirements Analysis
This is the initial phase where the company takes a decision on implementing Tallyprime, Tallyprime Server. The decision could based on their need to comply with existing process, replace their legacy applications, for benefits of integration, reduction of inventory, reduction of operational costs, risk management, additional functionality or speeding up processes.
Design : This is the phase where we re-structure the business processes around the Best Practices wherever feasible and identifies the processes that will result in customizing the Tallyprime, Tallyprime Server software application. The IT infrastructure requirements based on Tallyprime, Tallyprime Server system architecture and vendor are prepared.
Detailed Design : In this phase, we identified business processes as the basis for implementation to build prototypes by choosing standard models, processes, inputs and outputs. This phase involves business super-users in determining the system elements.
Implementation : This phase involves installation of the Tallyprime, Tallyprime Server software, migration of data from the old applications to the Tallyprime, Tallyprime Server system or new data entry for fix period, configuring the Tallyprime, Tallyprime Serversystem for reporting, implementing security, interfaces etc. The end users are involved at this stage to test the system after being trained. The implementation consultants seek feedback, identify software bugs/corrections, performance bottlenecks and apply the fixes. A decision on switching to the new Tally.ERP9 system is taken.
Maintenance : This is an ongoing phase which involves patching/upgrading the software, enhancing the functionality of the applications, changes in reports etc. This is either taken care of by in-house IT department or outsourced to consulting firms.