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Building Great ERP Software

Understand the best practices for implementing an effective bespoke ERP system. We have compiled a six step guide for you to understand some of the most important aspects when building a system using our industry knowledge and experience.

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Our Industry Knowledge:

Over the years Langley Foxall have worked with a wide range of industries. Each project has helped us gain further industry knowledge and has helped us progress further and help our customers achieve their goals with software.

Our Software Experience:

We have an incredible team of 20+ talented developers, each with their own strengths and skills in various languages and technologies. When working on a project the team work together to share knowledge, encouraging superb quality.

Creating Software for Users:

We have spent years perfecting our processes and in order to understand and meet our clients needs in the most efficient manner we ensure the software we create and designed and built with all stakeholders in mind.

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Define the scope:

In this ebook we will discuss the importance of the scope, what it is, why you should be blue sky thinking and why it is good to look into the future at this point of the build.

Stakeholder onboarding:

When building software it is vital that you can get your stakeholders on board from the beginning. In our experience, including the users from the beginning makes a big difference.

Collaborative workshop:

Collaboration is another key aspect to ensure effective implementation, in this guide we discuss how this approach helps us both throughout the entire process.

Interactive wireframing:

User experience plays a vital role in the later onboarding process, being able to see how the system will look and feel before helps improve efficiency throughout development.

Get involved in development:

Every bespoke project has different requirements, and we understand that things can change throughout development. We discuss how sprint meetings allow for these changes.

Deliver and implement in phases:

Once your project has completed development, it is wise to stage your implementation. At this point there are still a few considerations to make which are detailed in the guide.