EOS

Financial statements every morning. Effortless.

Financial statements every morning. Effortless.

Have a clear view to the reality of your business at all times and from anywhere. Make smart decisions based on reliable and timely information. LOVIS EOS –the first Business Operation System– is naturally adapted to your processes. It operates continuously and integrates your value chain from end-to-end. Get the agility you need to be a 4.0 Enterprise, get your time back and get time to do what really matters.

Control and financial fluency with a business operation system

Control and financial fluency with a business operation system

How would you feel if you could access online data that allows you to understand the status quo of your business; not having to waste time in closing processes; and to derive the accounting, financial and logistic information of each transaction as your operation takes place?

EOS: The first step to become a Enterprise 4.0

EOS: The first step to become a Enterprise 4.0

The consolidation of new digital ecosystems requires significant changes. Those companies that have an EOS, can unify, under a single platform, the business and its processes, the technology and machinery, and the people who orchestrate all the work.

What does EOS stand for?

What does EOS stand for?

The EOS (Enterprise Operating System) is a platform that optimise logically and flexibly operation and business processes. It allows monitoring Online and On-realtime enterprise resources and operations, in order to assign resources to required activities and task dynamically. The goal is that diverse resources connected by the Enterprise Operating System work as “one”.

Why your company doesn

Why your company doesn't need an ERP?

Companies should invest in technology that lets them speed the business up. However most of the time we waste time, money and efforts in traditional enterprise systems which end up costing more than the investment.

Exclusive Interview with Corporate Partner Jaime Moreno Suastegui, Technology Director LOVIS Spain

Exclusive Interview with Corporate Partner Jaime Moreno Suastegui, Technology Director LOVIS Spain

“With the support of the BCCS we are able to help both, British and Spanish companies, to increase their benefits”, Jaime Moreno

The client might know what he wants, but often he does not know what he needs

The client might know what he wants, but often he does not know what he needs

Do not let your investment in technology becomes an expense: Tips to get juice from an enterprise operating system.

Do not spend your money on ERP, better invest it in technology that will give you a ROI of 2 to 1

Do not spend your money on ERP, better invest it in technology that will give you a ROI of 2 to 1

According to the numbers thrown by the survey of Panorama Consulting Solutions in 2015, 35% of the companies that pushed for the implementation of an ERP took three years to recoup their investment, 11% will take five years and only 15% will managed to recover after 2 years.

LOVIS EOS Implementation: 58% faster than implementing an ERP

LOVIS EOS Implementation: 58% faster than implementing an ERP

LOVIS EOS implementation takes 58% less time than it takes to implement an ERP. Some of the reasons why ERP projects require more time are: Wrong sizing of the project, resource requirements that were not included from the beginning, or failure in the consultation process.

LOVIS EOS always on time and cost

LOVIS EOS always on time and cost

Ten years after completing all projects on time and on cost, LOVIS EOS continues to down its implementation time. Improving every day the methodology and standardizing the previously unthinkable processes, LOVIS has achieved an implementation time of only eighteen weeks and in some cases, up to ten.