ERP Software Development Process

Online Dimensions develops custom ERP solutions that enable administrators to take control of an entire business, from inventory and supply chain to distribution and sales.

Clarify Your Idea

You have to clearly define the idea and goals you pursue. Developers can’t work on the project if they don’t have strict requirements. Online Dimensions help their clients to draw up a feature list and make a rough estimate of the project during the initial contact.
As for your part, you should be able explain your company's internal structure to give developers a better understanding of the software structure. Additionally, all processes that will be involved in the ERP system should be described in detail.

Taking Care of UI/UX Design

Design is one of the top concerns in ERP development as this software has a lot of user roles, navigation elements, charts, and other interactive components. Their task is to combine all elements and user roles so that they look seamlessly with no gram of messiness.
At this stage, properly designed wireframes mean a lot. Wireframes are a general scheme of the app that displays how future components will be placed on the screen. Together with designers and business analysts, you will approve this scheme and decide what should be added and left out.

ERP system development: supply chain management

Warehouse management

Learn what wireframes are and why they are the key to the successful design
However, the layout isn’t the only thing that matters. Properly matched color schemes, fonts, buttons, and other minor details make the final version even more attractive and easy-to-use. So, when searching for a tech partner, make sure that they provide quality UI/UX design services.


ERP system development: CRM page

CRM system

Tech Stack

Apart from appearance, an ERP software development company should take care of the software filling. To implement the architecture, engineers use various technologies and development approaches. The tech stack they use depends on the chosen platforms. Thus, if the ERP system is focused on desktop platforms, developers will use C++/C# for Windows or Swift/Objective-C for macOS.
For a web-based project, the tech stack includes Angular, Bootstrap, JavaScript, Node.js, and a bunch of frameworks like jQuery. It’s hard to include all technologies to the list because the final stack depends on features and project requirements.
In the list below you can see the approximate set of technologies for ERP software development.



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