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EduBiz Soft Deals in Software Development, ERP Development, CRM Development, Website Development, E-commerce development, Software development. EduBiz Soft has enjoyed over 3 years of steady organic growth adding a whole suite of IT infrastructure Support Services with the best skilled and dedicated people combined with the latest tools and techniques available. With our company you find latest technologies every time, we are always updated our product and offer our client on free. We are leading software company in Noida who always committed for best results because we are want to make good and long relation with our clients. We offered customize CRM SOFTWARE according to require of our client because we know that every client have his own need and business. Our software company completes your need to offer customize CRM/ERP SOFTWARE

An integrated enterprise system is a necessity for sustained growth and development, while keeping your organization competitive. Increasing the quality and visibility of business information is the key to increased customer satisfaction and improving your bottom line.

The alternative, disconnected “islands of information” waste your company’s time, energy, money and contribute to poor decision making.

EduBiz Soft, ERP software company head quartered in NOIDA (India) has developed Intact ERP software (Enterprise Resource Planning) that helps manufacturers and traders from small businesses to mid-size enterprise see business transactions more clearly. This development delivers new customized ERP software solutions, as also inventory management systems and other development applications services. Integration of Data across the enterprise ensures that you have greater visibility in all areas of your business, from daily operations and services to a strategic decision-making level. Insight into production, inventory management, services and financial data makes it easy to identify opportunities for cost savings and efficiency improvements. A high-level view of key business indicators facilitates faster and more accurate management decisions and the Intact ERP Solutions interface puts all of this at your fingertips, with Intact ERP software (Enterprise Resource Planning) customized software solutions, delivering business information when and where you want it.

ERP Software Benefits

Facilitates informed decision making

Cost saving solutions through organized business processes

Integrates business processes facilitating better control

ERP improves the work flow and information flow in the organization

Introduces transparency in activities

Improves speed and efficiency in functions leading to improved customer service and customer satisfaction

Facilitates co-ordination of activities between different departments

Provides quality communication channels leverage

IT Infrastructure and information assets

Gives a competitive edge

We didn’t follow any particular process, but doing the following 7 things in tandem helped us get where we wanted to be:

1. Interviews

I did 1-on-1 interviews with members of our executive team to nail down what EduBiz Soft is all about. To really be present, I recorded each interview and took notes when I listened later.

Inspiration hit after those interviews—I felt like I knew everything there was to know about the product. So writing vision and mission statements, brand guidelines, a project brief, and website copy all came easy. Our website needed to better convey information so that people could have that same aha moment.

2. Project briefs

Before diving into the project, we wrote a project brief to keep everybody on the same page. We updated it as needed so it always reflected the current state of the project.

Some questions a project brief might answer:

  • What are we trying to achieve?
  • How will we know the project is a success?
  • What do we need to do?
  • How can we make attractive design?
  • Where and how should be content kept?
  • Why do we need to do it?
  • What are the must-haves?
  • Who are we doing this for?
  • How will they know about it?
  • Who’s on the project team?
  • What’s our deadline?

3. Competitive analysis

We looked at what else is out there. I started with a list of competitors, then moved on to businesses that serve our target audience outside the ecommerce field.

We compared competitors’ strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities and highlighted areas we wanted to draw attention to—and features we wanted to avoid.

4. Information architecture

Information architecture is the practice of organizing content so it’s easy to understand. In web design, structural diagrams map the relationships between all the screens of a site, giving you a high-level overview of your site’s components.

I drew an information architecture diagram of our old site that showed the relationships between the screens. I evaluated the content, our goals, and traffic before updating and suggesting changes. The diagram helped us define the scope of our project releases and acted like a checklist as we wrote, designed, and coded all the pages.

5. Wireframes

I used wireframes throughout the redesign to help think through problems and get approval for ideas. Some were sketched on napkins and shared face-to-face, and others were drafted and shared online.

An unexpected bonus of wireframes: they help you write content. Just writing in a document makes it tough to visualize how everything will fit together, but pasting content into wireframes gives you a clear sense of the flow of the page and how each piece of content relates to another.

6. Inspiration boards

My inspiration boards showed my vision of what our new brand might look like. They were my way of getting early buy-in from the team.

I used Pinterest, and instead of letting ideas get lost in the abyss of a single board, I created several boards dedicated to specific areas like navigation, animations, and typography.

I sketched ideas in Illustrator as I researched, combining words, images, and color swatches into something that looked like an ad. The same design elements appeared in all the sketches, but their placement and appearance changed from sketch to sketch.

7. Mockups and prototypes

Many people don’t pay attention to wireframes or web designs if they’re printed on paper. Showing a design on a screen is fine, but it’s always best to see a design through the eyes of your audience.

I started developing interactive mockups early on in the wire framing process. We shared them with our customers and the team throughout the project until most of the site was coded.

I asked people to say their thoughts out loud as they browsed so I knew what they were thinking as they interacted with the mockups. That feedback highlighted problem areas and validated design choices so we could finalize the project. While some organizations may stick to a particular order for their redesign process, mixing up these 7 steps worked for us. Using a strategy that fits into your workflow is an essential part of a successful redesign.