ERPi recently obtained a 91 out of 100 by our customers on Overall Performance, and 96 out of 100 on ease of doing business from Dun & Bradstreet Open Ratings, demonstrating the quality of our past performance.
- Experienced designing and implementing completely new, enterprise business processes value and record of nearly $1T in military equipment assets allowed DoD to better assess the state of its during operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, which were used to defend and receive increased supplemental budgets for asset overhaul and new procurement during multiple budget cycles.
- Provide analytic and programmatic advisory services to the U.S. Army G-3/7, Force Management, to assist with the draw down the Army’s overall force structure. The size and complexity of this analysis, and our interaction with senior Army leaders, and the direct impact our analyses have on major policy and resource decisions has enabled the Army to build the Program Objective Memorandum (POM) to fund the organization for five future years, based on projected military resource requirements and organizational demands.
- Enabled the Army to develop a unified framework that integrates over 30 stakeholder-defined business processes, enabling senior leaders greater access to global force information including near real-time information access for over 6,000 units. Our efforts resulted in the Army recognizing the EMDS program as a key system enabling Army leadership’s visibility of Unit Commander’s readiness.
- Provide IV&V services for the implementation, expansion, and realization of the NIH Business System. ERPi consultants are involved one-on-one with key Federal managers to ensure performance, communications, change management, and organizational development goals are met. For over 10 years ERPi personnel have been the trusted advisors to the Office of the Director on all key decisions for the NBS resulting in on-time and under budget performance and successful financial statements in compliance with the CFO Act.