Enterprise. Orchestrated.

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Processes

To gain insight across the ERP sub-processes or the entire Procure to Pay (P2P) process, analytics are used. This is the same for Quote to Cash (Q2C) and Production Orders. Enterprise system screens and analytics should coordinate the overall process and sub-processes for optimization. Continuously monitoring process metrics and adjusting where needed. This applies to all Company key processes in order to improve enterprise operations and increase shareowner value.

Enterprise Operating System (EOS)

Companies have many systems sorrounding their ERP system. While competitors may use the same ERP and the same or similar sorrounding systems (usually industry specific), all companies have their own way of integrating those systems into Company processes and operating. It is their unique EOS. We assist with integrating and refining your Company's EOS and Sub Operating Systems for better performance.

Supply Chain

Supply chains and pricing are important now. Companies are forced to re-think sales and buying relationships and past practices. From reviewing current Customers, Suppliers, Products and Services for existing and future opportunities to improve the business. In addition to price increases, products are often delayed or out-of-stock.

Smart Factory

The networking of embedded production systems and dynamic business and engineering processes enables the profitable manufacture of products, even for individual customer requests, down to a batch size of 1. The technical basis is cyber-physical systems , which means that both physical production objects and their virtual image in a centralized system (see also digital twin). In the broader context, the Internet of Things is often mentioned. Part of this future scenario is still the communication between the product (e.g., workpiece) and the production plant. The product brings its own production information in machine-readable form, e.g., B. on a RFID chip. This data is used to control the product's path through the production facility and the individual production steps. Experiments are currently being carried out with other transmission technologies such as WLAN, Bluetooth, color coding or QR codes. - Wikipedia

Factory Operating System

Below are elements of a Factory Operating System. "Process Planning" and Execution are key. Analytics or metrics are used realtime on the factory floor and history data for higher-level analytics.

Smart Manufacturing Analytics

Smart manufacturing utilizes big data analytics, to refine complicated processes and manage supply chains. Big data analytics refers to a method for gathering and understanding large data sets in terms of what are known as the three V's, velocity, variety and volume. Velocity informs the frequency of data acquisition, which can be concurrent with the application of previous data. Variety describes the different types of data that may be handled. Volume represents the amount of data. Big data analytics allows an enterprise to use smart manufacturing to predict demand and the need for design changes rather than reacting to orders placed. Some products have embedded sensors, which produce large amounts of data that can be used to understand consumer behavior and improve future versions of the product. - Wikipedia

Enterprise Operational Machines and Analytics

Understanding operational machines and their data is evolving now. CEO to Shop Floor visibility. This also assists with Company-wide Purchasing Agreements (volume discounts) and with performance metrics for widely deployed machines and equipment (utalization, performance, cost and other metrics).


Key reports for a company are the Income Statement or Profit & Loss (P&L), Cash Flow Statement and Balance Sheet. Comparing metrics from these reports with industry data provides a clear picture of Company performance.

Quality, Pricing and Performance

Key financial reports have many financial industry standard cross-calculations that are used internally and watched by shareowners and prospective investors. These key financial reports allow Executives to plan, allocate resources and price products and services correctly. Key financial reports are used to monitor progress and to report financial results.

"Started in Manufacturing Stockrooms, Production Control, Buying, Company-wide Agreements and in B2B Commercial Sales Management. ERPs, Enterprise Applications and Production Systems have been a good fit. These systems and processes create a Company's Enterprise Operating System (EOS). Understanding ERPs and connected systems and data that influences financial reporting is our focus."

Jerry Millsap, CEO & Founder

Business Model Integration

Companies operate with leadership, management, associates, processes, applications, manual processing, analytics and data files. Alexicon provides 23+ years of experiance to help improve your Company's Operating System by focusing on ERPs, Applications, Process, Analytics, Data Science and Data Mgmt.

Enterprise. Orchestrated.


Align major processes in the EDW using Business Process and Matching Data Models

Clean-up Master Data and Transations using Best Practices

Measure dollars, quantities and time

Leverage Process Improvements with Analytics

Use Data Science to Forecast, Predict and Categorize


Enterprise Processes and Systems (ERP and many others)

Measuring Time

Time intelligence speeds operations and provides clear communication with Associates, Customers, Partners and Suppliers

Gain the process advantage and include learning in the EDW and Data Lake


Enterprise Visualizations, Dashboards and Reports


Leverage Desktop Excel, SQL, R, Python and Scala code at scale


Accurate History, Categorization, Projections and Predictions

Enterprise Data Warehouses (EDWs) and Data Lakes








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