Business Application Solutions

GS Technology expertly guide you to build enterprise-grade applications that place your customers at the center of your business. Make your business smarter and more agile with game-changing enterprise software.

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is used by organizations looking to manage their business functions within a centralized and integrated system. ERP is commonly used by companies working within the supply chain to help keep track of all the moving parts of manufacturing and distribution. However, ERP can be utilized by a number of different industries including those in healthcare, nonprofit groups, construction and hospitality. Organization needing to manage their staff, customers and inventory can all rely on ERP benefits.

ERP stores all entered data into a single database, allowing all departments to work with the same information. Additionally, all this data can be organized, analyzed and made into reports. ERP brings together customer management, human resources, business intelligence, financial management, inventory and supply chain capabilities into one system.

Accounting & Finance

Finance & Accounting services guide CFOs and financial services firms to optimize digital finance, agile platforms, and performance

For any business, it is crucial that the accounting and financial management is properly handled. Complex financial data like budget estimates, cash flow management, and so on, need to be kept current, enabling organizations to make informed, critical business decisions. It is vital to track and examine the flow of funds coming in and going out; this information can help drive profits and business growth.

As activities like payments, revenue, and billing have high tracking capabilities, they can be easily managed if you have an ERP solution deployed in your organization; you can even use the software to keep track of profits your business makes, budgets, cost analysis, invoices, and so on.

The accounting departments of the organization end up spending a great deal of time preparing financial reports for the various stakeholders like banks, tax authorities, shareholders, and so on.

With an ERP system, however, all this manual work can be avoided, as it comes with robust reporting features.

Its inbuilt filters can be customized and apply as per the specific requirements of various agencies, to churn out accurate and detailed financial reports.

HR & Payroll

Provide a solution that simplifies and takes care of your company's payroll processing and procedures and any other Human Resources related matters such as talent management and benefits.

With HR and Payroll system one can manage all employee data in one place allows inter departmental interaction and collaborative working.

Maintain Employee records with personal details, salary, passport & iqama, qualification & experience. Set Basic salary, assign expiry date for each document, unlimited allowances & deductions & much more.

The payroll management features, allow you one-click payroll processing. Easy way to view, access, and print pay slips.

The system generates Payroll & WPS in single click by taking Basic Salary + Allowances – Deductions. Users can also email pay slips straight from System. Thus, it saves you a lot of time to do complicated payroll calculations of allowance, deductions, absents, cash advance installment deductions & over time etc.


We provide a solution for your manufacturing operations to gain efficiency, become more streamlined, improve quality, and increase profitability.

In an industry such as manufacturing, where efficiency is constantly sought yet difficult to find, enterprise resource planning (ERP) can be a game-changer. ERP in Manufacturing is a centralized method of managing every aspect of facility operations and processes, from production to payroll. ERP allows for unprecedented visibility, coordination and management across the disparate processes that make up a business ultimately resulting in greater operational efficiency.

ERP software integrates manufacturing, inventory, sales and workforce management, as well as accounting to help businesses ensure raw materials are in place and available for product production, but functionality does not end here. The Odoo ERP software, for example, manages the entire manufacturing process, from the creation of your bill of materials to the automated re-ordering of materials when stock is low. With traceability, your products can be traced all the way back to their component parts lot number. because of its connection to sales and accounting, ERP software ensures that your financials are accurately automatically recorded to track cost and profitability. Through these and various other features, ERP software is able to successfully manage and automate important manufacturing activities.

Inventory & WMS

Our Company provides a software solution that offers visibility into a business's entire inventory and manages supply chain fulfillment operations from the distribution center to the store shelf.

Inventory is the goods or materials a business intends to sell to customers for profit. Inventory management, a critical element of the supply chain, is the tracking of inventory from manufacturers to warehouses and from these facilities to a point of sale. The goal of inventory management is to have the right products in the right place at the right time.

This requires inventory visibility — knowing when to order, how much to order and where to store stock. The basic steps of inventory management include:

  • Purchasing inventory: Ready-to-sell goods are purchased and delivered to the warehouse or directly to the point of sale.
  • Storing inventory: Inventory is stored until needed. Goods or materials are transferred across your fulfillment network until ready for shipment.
  • Profiting from inventory: The amount of product for sale is controlled. Finished goods are pulled to fulfill orders. Products are shipped to customers.
  • Inventory can be a company’s most important asset. Inventory management is where all the elements of the supply chain converge. Too little inventory when and where it's needed can create unhappy customers. But a large inventory has its own liabilities — the cost to store and insure it, and the risk of spoilage, theft and damage. Companies with complex supply chains and manufacturing processes must find the right balance between having too much inventory on hand or not enough.

Supply Chain Management

Our supply chain management solution enables businesses to see and control the flow of goods and services across the company, geographies and the entire business.

Supply chain management is the management of the flow of goods and services and includes all processes that transform raw materials into final products. It involves the active streamlining of a business's supply-side activities to maximize customer value and gain a competitive advantage in the marketplace.

  • Supply chain management (SCM) is the centralized management of the flow of goods and services and includes all processes that transform raw materials into final products.
  • By managing the supply chain, companies can cut excess costs and deliver products to the consumer faster and more efficiently.
  • Good supply chain management keeps companies out of the headlines and away from expensive recalls and lawsuits.
  • The five most critical elements of SCM are developing a strategy, sourcing raw materials, production, distribution, and returns.
  • A supply chain manager is tasked with controlling and reducing costs and avoiding supply shortages.

BPM, Balance Scorecard, KPI, and Dashboard

Automate data collection and KPI analysis, drive progress and innovation, and use your data insights to deliver measurable business outcomes continuously.

A key performance indicator is a measurable value that shows how effectively you’re meeting your goals. Think of KPIs as your company’s scorecard, a way of measuring whether or not you’re delivering on your objectives. KPI dashboards provide users with:

  • A fast, easy solution to tracking KPIs and other business metrics.
  • A unified view of data that improves visibility into company health.
  • Customizable data visualization with performance and status indicators. By building your KPI dashboard with the same tool or platform that you use to define your KPIs, you’ll have everything you need in the same place. As you modify your KPI definitions, data sources, or targets, these updates will populate automatically into your dashboards—saving you valuable time and effort.

Identifying and tracking KPIs lets you know if your business is on the right path—or if you should change course to avoid losing valuable time and money. When used properly, KPIs are powerful tools that help you:

  • Monitor company financial health.
  • Measure progress against strategic goals.
  • Spot problems early on.
  • Make timely adjustments to tactics.
  • Motivate team members.
  • Make better decisions, faster.

Effective KPI dashboards bring together all the KPIs you need to track your strategic goals, establishing a visual representation of all your relevant metrics side by side, in one place.

  • Setting a cadence for reporting frequency.
  • Deciding whether your report will be static or interactive, for more dynamic drilldowns into data.
  • Presenting only the relevant KPIs so you don’t overload the report with KPIs that don’t map back to the reporting goals.
  • Making sure your reporting is clear, easy to understand, and actionable for the intended audience.

CRM & Sales

Our Company provides solutions for organizations to streamline processes, build customer relationships, increase sales, improve customer service, and increase profitability.

CRM records customer contact information such as email, telephone, website social media profile, and more. It can also automatically pull in other information, such as recent news about the company's activity, and it can store details such as a client's personal preferences on communications.

The CRM system organizes this information to give you a complete record of individuals and companies, so you can better understand your relationship over time. CRM software improves customer relationship management by creating a 360° view of the customer, capturing their interactions with the business, and by surfacing the information needed to have better conversations with customers.

CRM enables a business to deepen its relationships with customers, service users, colleagues, partners and suppliers.

Forging good relationships and keeping track of prospects and customers is crucial for customer acquisition and retention, which is at the heart of a CRM’s function. You can see everything in one place a simple, customizable dashboard that can tell you a customer’s previous history with you, the status of their orders, any outstanding customer service issues, and more.

If your business is going to last, you know that you need a strategy for the future. For forward-thinking businesses, CRM is the framework for that strategy.

Artificial Intelligence / RPA

Our team of experts brings the cross-functional skills to deliver business outcomes and facilitate cultural change empowering your workforce to use data and AI responsibly.

Artificial intelligence (AI) broadly refers to any human-like behavior displayed by a machine or system. In AI’s most basic form, computers are programmed to “mimic” human behavior using extensive data from past examples of similar behavior. This can range from recognizing differences between a cat and a bird to performing complex activities in a manufacturing facility.

Artificial intelligence can be a very powerful tool for both large corporations generating significant data and small organizations that need to process their calls with customers more effectively. AI can streamline business processes, complete tasks faster, eliminate human error, and much more.

The relationship between artificial intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning Artificial intelligence is a branch of computer science that seeks to simulate human intelligence in a machine. AI systems are powered by algorithms, using techniques such as machine learning and deep learning to demonstrate “intelligent” behavior.