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About us:

Kash Business Systems (KBS) is a vendor of cloud computing business management software. (KBS) Helps companies to manage the core of business operations with one system, which includes Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Accounting, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), and Ecommerce. KBS's "real-time dashboard" technology provides an easy-to-use view into up-to-date, role-specific business information.

 

KBS Founded in 1993 as a custom software consulting firm servicing the manufacturing and commercial sectors. KBS Systems are tailored to provide small to mid-sized growing companies even organizations with a wide range of software solutions such as (human resources, financial accounting, manufacturing, and distribution/retailing)

 

Vision:

Our vision is to be a part of our client's team to help them develop and grow their business as we will provide a quality Software Development solutions combined with a professional, flexible and integrated process will facilitate the business, and give them the opportunity to move forward.

 

Mission:

Our mission is to enhance the business growth of our customers with creative Designed and Development to deliver a high-quality solutions that create value and reliable competitive advantage for our clients.

Also we are working on deliver optimal solutions with quality and services with reasonable prices.

We always try to improve the quality of our services by exploring innovative ideas combined with our customers’ needs.

 

Kash services

 ERP System K6

We are giving you the opportunity to think about all of the various processes that are essential to running a business, including inventory and order management, accounting, human resources, customer relationship management (CRM), and beyond. At its most basic level, ERP software integrates these various functions into one complete system to streamline processes and information across the entire organization.

The central feature of all ERP systems is a shared database that supports multiple functions used by different business units. In practice, this means that employees in different divisions—for example, accounting and sales—can rely on the same information for their specific needs , also offers some degree of synchronized reporting and automation. Instead of forcing employees to maintain separate databases and spreadsheets that have to be manually merged to generate reports, some ERP solutions allow staff to pull reports from one system. For instance, with sales orders automatically flowing into the financial system without any manual re-keying, the order management department can process orders more quickly and accurately, and the finance department can close the books faster. Other common ERP features include a portal or dashboard to enable employees to quickly understand the business' performance on key metrics.

 

Cloud system. K7

The benefits of cloud computing increasing efficiency; services are rapidly deployed and ready for use in a matter of minutes versus the weeks or months it traditionally takes. But there is more to cloud computing than just getting your computer resources, storage capacity or application as a service within minutes. Based on personal experience with cloud consumers, here are the top five business benefits beyond efficiency.

Business agility

Getting the computer resources you need when you need them tends to shorten IT projects resulting in less FTE to deliver the project and a quicker and more predictive time-to-market. Being able to deliver results faster, cheaper and with more quality might just give your business a competitive edge. I have seen a data analytics project being reduced from 4 months to just 3 weeks, reducing the projects time-to-market and overall cost significantly.

New business models

It has become much easier to start business innovation initiatives, often enabled by readily available cloud services. Utilizing or combining these services can result in new and innovative business models, generating new value propositions and resulting in new revenue streams. There are even companies that are building entirely new business models and value propositions solely using cloud services. I see this last category especially in small and medium enterprises, but also think of Spotify.

Less operational issues

Utilizing standardized services can significantly reduce issues and defects. This increases business continuity and reduce time spent on operational issues, focusing more on the things that matter. Cloud computing allows you to deploy the same service or topology of services repetitively, with the same result every time. This allows organizations to predicatively deploy pre-build server images, application services or entire application landscapes.

Better use of resources

On the other side of the “business agility” model, more efficient projects and less operational issues allow your employees to spend their time on other more useful activities that may offer a greater potential value to your business. This benefit is different for every organization and harder to quantify, but people are an organizations biggest asset and this allows you to better utilize this asset.

Another take on better resource usage is based on the fact the principle of “economies of scale”; cloud service providers, in general, more efficiently utilize physical resources and reduce energy consumption in contract to a traditional IT approach.

 

Less capital expense.

There is some debate about the value of shifting from a capital expense model to an operational expense model. Overall sentiment is that, specifically for short and midterm projects, for more attractive because there are no long term financial commitments. In the model zero upfront investment is required, which allows organizations to start projects faster but also end them without losing any investments in the cloud services.