About Us


More than 12+ years we provide ERP Solution

Atharv is a distinct leader in delivering technology-driven IT solutions satisfying the needs of global clients. We are primarily focused on the SME Market, with a strong multi-domain expert team that recognises critical customer demands in today's competitive environment.

Our People

Our team has consultants with extensive domain, product and technology expertise with many full lifecycle implementation and rollout experience. We have strong expertise and extensive experience in integrating ERP system with other solutions.

What We Offer

We offer end-to-end solution and services on trusted ERP Applications. We offer services for various industry verticle whether it may be descrete manufacturing, process industry, heavy engineering, project based company, retail & trading.

Our Mission & Vision

our mission is to keep offering the best value solutions to our customers and adding value to business partners whilst helping them achieve their goals.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. SAP S/4HANA
  2. Oracle Netsuite ERP
  3. Sage Enterprise Solutions
  4. Epicor
  5. BatchMaster

The cost of an ERP is one of the most complex aspects of acquiring this type of solution. The following are some of the most important aspects of calculating ERP cost:

  1. The number of users and/or the number of transactions supported by the ERP.
  2. Complexity of ERP modules, features, functionalities, customization, and scope of implementation.
  3. On premise deployment versus cloud or hybrid deployment.
  4. Maintenance fees, hardware price, and cost of upgrades for on premise solutions.
  5. Implementation costs, such as software/hardware configuration, data migration, or end user training.

A successful ERP implementation is the difference between an ERP which functions and an ERP that provides outstanding return on investment (ROI) by supporting specific business objectives.

  1. Select the ERP solution which best matches your business goals and processes.
  2. Map the journey of your business interactions with the ERP system, including customizations.
  3. Create a clear implementation schedule and budget, including measurable goals and objectives.
  4. Identify a change management team, responsible for dealing with uncertainties, unexpected issues or resistance towards new business processes and/or IT systems.
  5. Create a team of stakeholders, including department heads and end users, who will carry out various aspects of the ERP implementation, including providing or assisting with training.

It is important to remember that the ERP life cycle lends itself to continual improvement by fine-tuning the technology to better serve business processes which support specific objectives.

  1. Planning and organization.
  2. System evaluation and selection.
  3. Initial software installation.
  4. Data conversion and loading.
  5. Procedure development and configuration.
  6. User training.
  7. Testing and system validation.
  8. Go live.
  9. Post-live implementation adjustments.