For years companies have been forced to choose between an integrated suite or best-of-breed applications. However, NGC's Global Enterprise Suite (GES) brings together the best of both worlds: NGC's best-of-breed solutions for ERP, PLM and SCM in a fully integrated suite.
With GES, there are no compromises or trade-offs, because each of these applications is the best in its class. Moreover, all parts of the system work in unison, with no need for integration, a single hardware platform, and the advantages of working with a single vendor with deep domain expertise. You can configure the suite to your exact requirements now, with the ability to add additional features and modules as your needs change. With all the advanced features of GES, it's a solution you won't outgrow.
GES is designed for faster implementation, too. There's no need to learn different types of terminology, different feature sets, and worry about integrating disparate systems – instead, everything is already integrated with GES. Information is shared throughout the suite, too, eliminating the redundancies that can be found with other systems and improving workflows, productivity and speed to market.
With GES, NGC's best of breed applications work together in a suite that is already fully integrated.
GES is user friendly and designed for fast adoption, with standard terminology and feature sets throughout each solution.
All GES applications are written and maintained by a single vendor, giving you the convenience of a single point of contact for service and support.
All GES applications run on a single hardware platform, simplifying implementation and maintenance while reducing cost.
GES is flexible, allowing you to configure the suite to your company's exact requirements.
We use the full GES suite, so we do PLM, SCM and Red Horse. We needed information. We started the business about 22 years ago. The first two years we did everything on a spreadsheet including accounting tech packs, sales, the whole bit. We decided that, that kind of seamless integration from PLM all the way through into the ERP system was the way to go. Improved visibility has been great. I’m already seeing the ability to scale is going to go well. We will be able to do tasks faster than we need to do in our business model. So overall I’m having a good experience with it.