What We Do
We are the leader in enterprise-wide demand-supply software solution in the country, powered by EnterpriseBuilder®, our flagship ERP solution.
- 30 years' experience in a myriad of industries.
- Helping more than 500 businesses and their users across Asia and Europe.
We transform businesses' work practices by streamlining processes and activities to maximize business performance. Our solutions enables businesses to respond faster to changes in marketplace demands, which increases market share and translates to our partners' and clients' overall profitability.
Since our incorporation in 1991, we have continually developed and refined our ERP2 @ e-Business Software suite.
Our open and proven technology plus localized functionality enables businesses to quickly respond to market changes. Our investment in research & development of our ERP2 @ e-Business software suite using open, object-oriented tools, and RDBMS Technology from Sybase, Microsoft and Oracle, propels us at the forefront, as one of the best Malaysian ERP2 @ e-Business software solution provider in the region.
Dignersys is an acronym for Digital Nervous System. It is our vision that EnterpriseBuilder® will ultimately evolve into a full-fledged nervous system for enterprises.
Over 30 highly skilled professionals and experts, with more than 500 businesses across Asia & Europe.
Malaysia's First ERP Developer certified with ISO 27001.
Malaysia's First ERP Developer appraised at CMMI level 3
Awarded MSC status
We believe that we can only deliver on our best-of-class solutions, if our employees share common values which we advocate: visionary, passionate, perseverant and systematic. Our employees are the backbone behind any ingenious ideas and novelty initiatives, and we value them by empowering them to make informed choices and decisions, while respecting and recognizing them for their contributions. Everyone is family here and we help them to chart their career paths and encourage them to grow with us.
Among our highly-skilled professionals are business partners and consultants, who are armed with experience and expertise in business process issues and in many functions including distribution, production & manufacturing, and logistics cycles, right down to human capital. They understand the intricacies, challenges and opportunities and the need to evolve and react swiftly. Equipped with this, they are committed to continuously enhance the organizational demand-supply chain business processes and workflow by empowering users and provide them with the information necessary to be more productive, efficient and competitive.
Our experts will provide insights to help organizations:
- Adapt quickly to the dynamic competitive environment.
- Strategize and plan forward with creativity, knowledge and efficiency.Join Our Team!
The unbridled demands of the marketplace on every organization in a digital economy of today, including the proviso that every solution and service be mass-customized, coupled with shifts in time-to-market expectations makes it increasingly pivotal to swiftly respond to these changes, lest lose out on opportunities to those willing to make strategic decisions in developing the means to do so. Crucially, the lag would also mean diminishing market share, loss of competitive edge and a threat to an organization's survival.
The Need for Speed
This need for speed puts incredible pressure on the processes that keep an organization running. When the marketplace dictates that a company makes changes to its solutions, the ripple effects can touch every aspect of a business: from sales reps who require updated information to financial planners who must factor the changes in costs and sales into their forecasts; from human resource departments which must source the right people to logistical planners who must work with suppliers; from manufacturing managers who have to retool production processes to line workers who have to acquire new skills.
To succeed in this new regime, companies must learn new ways to manage their operational processes. That means putting in place systems that allow a company to take in information from outside, analyse it then quickly develop intelligent new strategies, and then implement those strategies with efficiency and accuracy.
In many companies, purchasing, manufacturing, and sales data resides on separate computer systems. However it is imperative that information gleaned by one department can be use by another, which is cumbersome. Real efficiency comes when systems tie into a seamless whole that allows information to flow swiftly to all parts of an organization.
How can a company link a wide range of disparate tasks and software solutions into a single, smoothly operating whole? In comes Enterprise Resource Planning or ERP which groups business functions into categories: sales, manufacturing, purchasing, material, finance and so forth. ERP enables all of the departments and divisions in an enterprise not only to share information, but also to work seamlessly with mobile salespeople, executive on the road and supplier and communicate easily with customers. It allows companies to take information from one business function and combine it with the information from another and then use that knowledge to offer better solutions, develop more efficient processes, and create more valuable services.
Digital Nervous System
Digital technology advancements over the years makes it possible for an organisation to employ a combination of hardware and software to build an enterprise-wide demand-supply infrastructure with an environment akin to a biological ecosystem. These combinations of elements forming this structure is called a Digital Nervous System.
Digital nervous systems are not solutions, but a euphemism to biological nervous systems in living organisms. An effective digital nervous system performs similar functions within an organization. It allows a company's entire demand-supply chain processes to operate smoothly and quickly, enabling an organization to respond to business partners' feedback quickly, which is crucial in today's competitive landscape.
Success in this kind of environment, however, entails more than deploying technology. The idea is to employ it in a way that enhances how people work, which ultimately transforms how organizations operate. Businesses must create digital processes that manage and deliver important information to the employees who need it, helping them to respond effectively to changes and new opportunities, make decisions quickly, and fix problems as soon as they arise.
Our primary focus is to develop solutions that can help organizations build their digital nervous systems.