The epsys way

Partnerships that last

Starting an engagement with epsys is a simple process. We have set out a simple four step guide which explains how we would proceed.

Stage 1
Establish
Our first meeting will lay the groundwork for our future engagement. We will seek to establish an understanding of the needs of your business, the current procedures in place and the goals that epsys can help to achieve in terms of streamlining your supply chain, improving your operational business process and eradicating many purchase ledger related tasks.

Stage 2
Explain
After the initial meeting, the epsys team will present to senior staff, provide a demonstration of the unique power of epsys and answer any questions that your management team may have. We will also work with individual divisions, like Finance or Procurement, to explain the benefits of epsys and how it will fit with existing or replace redundant systems.

Stage 3
Evaluate
Since epsys is a highly customisable system, our next step will be to evaluate in detail your specific requirements and really understand the shape of your current supply chain: this may include assessing the integration requirements of any existing management systems and undertaking a review of your suppliers’ integration needs. We then move to configure epsys to best achieve your goals.

Stage 4
Empower
Once launched, the epsys team will undertake thorough training sessions with the key client team and nominated trainers, empowering them to get the maximum benefit from our market leading technology. After an initial period of close support, we will schedule regular meetings to ensure client satisfaction is maintained and any issues are addressed swiftly.

Partnerships that Last

At epsys, we are committed to providing solutions for our clients that offer unparalleled cost savings and which fuel continuous growth. Just as our system is flexible enough to expand with your business, we seek to build long term relationships that will flourish over time. As our partnership grows, our teams will inevitably develop a genuine understanding of your culture and the specifics that shape your business. Such an understanding promotes long term, mutually beneficial partnerships, which will deliver successful outcomes when faced with new commercial challenges as they arise.