1) rental applications . placed at the site of IT companies, for example, office applications or systems like ERP, CRM. This service today is in demand mainly for medium-sized companies with a high level of demand for information resources and technology, for example, trading firms with a developed branch network;
2) leasing of infrastructure with a high degree of protection, with powerful communication channels that ensure the smooth operation of the system. Today it is one of the most popular types of outsourcing that are in demand by companies with large Internet projects, which is a business tool (for example, payment systems, online shops);
3) corporate outsourcing . associated with placement in dаtа center of the whole information system of the customer in whole or significant parts of it. The provider hosts the system provides the security, redundancy data (and possibly the redundancy of the entire system as a whole), the customer are the only jobs. This service mainly interested in financial companies, much branched geographically.
· Using WMS ( Warehouse Management System) warehouse management – hardware and software complex that allows innate to effectively manage the placement and movement of goods in the warehouse. The cardinal difference between WMS and inventory accounting systems that WMS in addition to the purely accounting functions and performs active management role, analyzing all the tasks in the queue for execution, optimizing routes loading and transport equipment, and giving the signal of warehouse staff to perform the highest-priority task. The solutions offered by such companies as Microsoft, agasa and SAP, are attractive for automation from scratch, because it’s not just WMS and WMS, integrated into ERR-system.
· M RP (Mate rials are requi rement Planning – planning of required materials) . M RP II (Ma nufactu ri ng Resou rce Pla nni ng – management of production resources), E RP (E nte rp rise Resou rce Pla nni ng – human resource management) – technology planning and enterprise resource management at various levels of coverage (task planning and production control, logistics, financial resources, etc.) (see §7.5 in ).
· CALS (Conti nuous Acqusition and Life SUS Le Support – continuous development and support of the product life cycle) is an integrated information system, takes pride in itself the whole life cycle of the product, which includes the following stages: marketing, design and product development; planning and development processes; procurement of materials and components; the manufacture or supply of services; packaging and storage; implementation; installation and commissioning; technical assistance and maintenance; after-sales activity or exploitation; disposal and recycling at the end of useful life. This technology develops ERP by providing interaction with customers, with suppliers, after-sales support of products, continuous improvement of business processes (Business Processes Reengineering), project management and tasks (Project Management/ Workflow Management), QM (Quality Management), integrated logistic support Integrated Logistic), etc. Today, the concept of CALS has become a global strategy to enhance business processes through information integration and information sharing at all stages of the product life cycle.
· Computer modeling of various projects to prevent inefficient raise capital (for example, in the sphere of stocks), bad warehouse location or choice of their structure from the standpoint of potential usage.