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Kenandy: Sophisticated ERP to Enhance Business Performance
Charles Berger, CEO
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) has become a game changer in every organization by streamlining the business processes to enhance the overall organizational performance. However, the enterprises are confronting infrastructure challenges such as insufficient backend technology, high time consumption and costs to deploy ERP solutions, and inadequate customization. This is where Kenandy—a Redwood City, CA based company—excels with its cloud-based ERP solutions. The company provides an end-to-end ERP infrastructure built on the Salesforce App Cloud, allowing customers to develop applications for their business processes and implement them at a remarkable speed. “Leveraging the incredible power of the Salesforce1 Platform, we provide midsize companies and large enterprises with the unprecedented ability to rapidly evolve their business processes. Our cloud ERP quickly adapts to their businesses unlike inflexible legacy applications,” states Charles Berger, CEO, Kenandy.
Kenandy designs and deploys state-of-the-art ERP infrastructure using agile development methodology to build the necessary enhancements during or after the implementation process using a five-phase approach. The company, through its accelerated approach, designs the required features and integrates them quickly and accurately while constantly engaging with the users. Kenandy’s implementation team helps create streamlined acceptance criteria at the end of every sprint and evaluates the criteria so as to iterate on the delivered functionality. With the agile process, the company enables rapid implementation, fast user adoption, and global network connection, while providing the flexibility to cope with business changes.
Kenandy delivers next generation ERP to automate the entire core business processes of its clients—Quote-to-Cash, planning and production, procure-to-pay, supply chain, and global financials.
Our next generation ERP automates the entire core business processes of clients
The company provides Quote-to- Cash solution to provide ultimate visibility into business information such as available inventory, production schedules, and order fulfillment.It optimizes decisions through the entire quote-to-cash process, enhancing efficiency, customer satisfaction, and revenue growth. The cloud ERP platform for Trade Promotion Management can be leveraged to obtain a comprehensive view of promotion, supply chain, and financial performance of all kinds of business functionalities.
Kenandy deploys infrastructure that enables its clients to spend more time on revenue generating processes such as communicating with customers and developing business instead of concentrating on business processes that can be handled by cloud ERP. The company offers its ERP services at scalable per-user per-month pricing scheme without any extra cost or maintenance fees.
Kenandy’s cloud ERP enhances the existing ERP systems of clients and automatically updates all the required information to make real-time decisions. In one instance, Big Heart Pet Brands—a leading producer of high quality pet food—was struggling to carry out its complex business operations on existing ERP systems. Once Kenandy implemented its state-of-the-art ERP infrastructure, it simplified the entire business processes and automated the manual processes. As a result, Big Heart was able to process hundreds of sales, purchase and production orders, shipments, internal transfers and all accounting functions automatically at one third of their previous cost.
The company is currently focused on cloud-based ERP and has plans to expand its product line in the coming years. “With a roadmap driven by our customers, we will continue to build-out new applications, like product lifecycle management, that will better meet their business objectives,” concludes Berger.