Your successful ERP project according to the anaptis method.


You know full well: an ERP project touches business-critical processes in your company. This requires a deep trust in the supporting partner. Our proven methodology is based on numerous software projects, realized according to classical approaches or agile ones like Scrum. In our experience, it achieves quality as well as risk minimization in equal measure. Unique and recommendable.


This is how we implement your project.


1. Prologue to the rough planning

The responsible project team defines all required functionalities and tasks for the software creation for a coherent period of time. Without detailed, conceptual definition of the later implementation. You see: That would be too detailed at this point.

This results in individual tasks, which are brought into an evaluation system by calculation. The result of the prologue is a list of all tasks and a budget to be allocated for them. The tasks are given a classification (must-have, nice-to-have) with influence on the budget usage.

  • Practical example: collective invoices

    One requirement is the creation of collective invoices per customer and month.


Ermittlung der Effektivität

2. Planning of the implementation phase (planning meeting)

Which tasks should be implemented? The detailed conceptual design and budget allocation will follow.

  • Practical example: collective invoices

    The detailed planning for the “collective invoices” requirement is as follows:

    Practical example: Using batch processing, unposted sales invoices are generated at the end of the month. These can then be checked, processed and posted by the responsible employee. Batch processing can be limited using the following parameters: Customer number, order number and delivery date. Fully settled orders should be deleted after the posting transaction. The user can specify the posting date using another option. The action for batch processing is inserted in the Accounting role center to allow direct access.



3. Implementation and testing of the requirements

After the release of the implementation plan, the implementation phase begins. This consists of an individual number of sprints. We implement the agreed requirements from the previous phases step by step. Reliably and transparently. Finally, unfinished tasks are carried over to the next implementation phase.

But we are honest: For you, the ERP project also means work. Because as soon as we have implemented the relevant requirements, you put them through their paces. This is the only way we can achieve the best result.

Transparency is important to us: If you change the requirements during the implementation phase, this logically leads to a new evaluation of the budget usage.

Vorschläge zu Verbesserungen

4. Go-Live

The day of truth: After we have worked through all the requirements together, the go-live follows. Finally, the software is put into operation!

Of course, we will continue to be at your side when it comes to training, support or newly emerging requirements for the software.


Master your change management.

You have one wish: Enthusiastic employees thanks to the new ERP solution. This does not have to remain a wish! Through our collaboration with the Münster-based start-up Echometer, you significantly increase the acceptance of your employees already during the ERP project. How exactly does this work? The company collects employee surveys via an agile feedback tool.

Why is this necessary?

The introduction of new software is accompanied by major changes. The entire way of working is changed. Fears and concerns arise among your employees, which can derail the entire project. If you do not take them seriously and react.

For this reason, communication between

  1. employees,
  2. management and
  3. software provider

is of particular importance. The trick: collaborating with Echometer.

How does it work?

As a software provider, we receive regular feedback from your employees. This way, we know over the entire project duration what is going well and where difficulties could arise. We then counteract these critical points immediately and thus significantly increase employee acceptance of the project.

The bottom line is that regular feedback increases the acceptance of your employees. Visualize this: You will be thrilled! In addition, you will optimize your processes (by the way).

Sounds perfect, doesn’t it?

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Einführung eines ERP-System mit Echometer
These are

your wonderful advantages.

Lower costs

Good planning and continuous testing of partial products result in less rework. This means: less overall costs.

Productive work

Our finding: parallelizing teams during execution leads to you and your employees being more productive. Wonderful, isn’t it?

No weak points

The regular feedback is effective: Due to the close communication between software provider and key users, weak points are discovered quickly.

Enthusiastic users

Your employees are involved throughout the entire process. They feel involved and valued. Acceptance increases significantly.

Transparency and security

You have an overview of the development status and the costs of the project at all times. In this way, you also retain control. You feel you are in good hands.

What are you waiting for?

Start your project with us.

Introduce software

Get started now and introduce Dynamics 365 Business Central.

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Upgrade software

Ensure up-to-dateness and finally tackle the upgrade to Dynamics 365 Business Central at a fixed price.

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Extend software

Add necessary functionalities and extend the existing ERP solution.

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