Our mission is to help small to medium sized manufacturers be competitive in today’s fast paced global economy. We bring the latest technology to privately owned discrete manufacturing companies in the Midwest. These companies need to be able to stay ahead of the game or risk failure.
That requires a personal implementation approach, not a canned solution. We take a deep dive into understanding your specific business needs. There is a continuity of understanding as our whole team is invested in your success. This approach mitigates the risks and failures that come with many ERP projects. We have a vested interest in the success of your project and work hard every day to assure that. Our passion is evident in everything we do.
For over 20 years Guardian Business Solutions
has developed and implemented proven business processes and high ROI technology systems that have improved the way manufacturers do business. With over 1,000 successful engagements and 97% lifetime client retention, the Guardian team can be trusted to help your manufacturing firm get to the next level of success.
We offer a valuable and unique perspective to manufacturing firms who do not have the internal resources to uncover and identify issues and alternatives, and then navigate strategies and outcomes solving their business process problems.
The Holistic Approach
Our holistic approach to ERP upgrades and implementation mean that the entire organization is considered in its processes and policies, as opposed to focusing only on individual components or isolated fixes. Dramatic improvements are made to help maximize the potential of the business, and then take full advantage of that potential in the form of tangible results.
This more comprehensive, holistic, form of alignment extends from an organizations market, production and business strategies right down to the individual employee level. It encompasses three elements that we refer to as the goal, role and soul.
The Goal, Role and Soul
Manufacturers need to go beyond the limitations of ERP as a tool and apply it to their strategy. ERP Tools by themselves do not offer a lot of value without skillful and disciplined execution. Only when the inconsistencies between generic ERP functions and so-called best practices are analyzed and tailored to meet your actual business needs can you approach a truly integrated system.