Data Conversion

Seamlessly transfer your data to ERP123

Where the implementation of ERP123 involves the replacement of a legacy system one of the more important tasks is the conversion of data from your old system into ERP123.   Normally, this will be done through one of two methods:

  • Manual Data Entry
  • Data Extraction and Uploading

In the manual data entry process data will be entered manually from the old system to the new system.  This is done most often in cases where data volumes are small and easily manageable.

More often than not, there are areas of your old system where data volume makes it prohibitive to manually enter it into ERP123.  In these cases it is most common to extract the data to a file and then upload that file into ERP123.  But you may not be capable of providing such a file.  In these cases we are pleased to assist you in extracting the data from your old system.  Just point us to the computer that houses the data and leave the rest to us.

It is crucial that the data that is initially entered into any ERP system be of high accuracy to ensure a successful implementation.  If you don’t get the data right right it could turn out to be a major impediment.  Dealing with the problem could cost you extensive time and money.  Let IntegrateIT help you get this critical step right the first time . And yes, that includes performing data entry ourselves if necessary.

Typical data required in order to go live in ERP123 include:

  • Base data (Chart of Accounts, supporting tables)
  • Customers and suppliers
  • Items
  • Bills of Material
  • Routings
  • Open Sales Orders
  • Open Purchase Orders
  • Open Work Orders
  • Opening Inventory

Some of this data is easily entered but, in other areas, data volumes may make it necessary to consider uploading.  For example, does it really make sense to re-key a Bill of Material file that has taken you so long to get right?  No, it doesn’t.  In such a case the file should be uploaded to ensure data accuracy.  What ever the circumstance, IntegrateIT will help you get your system data loaded right the first time.