Cloud-based solutions with Visma have become the new facet for the Kronstein Group.
Kim Vevle moved home to Sortland after 20 years of experience from other places. He therefore joined the Kronstein group in the middle of the transition to Vismas.net ERP. He has worked in many different solutions in the past, and was prepared that he would have to familiarize himself with and learn new systems, and at the same time change his work routines. He had heard a lot of bad feedback about, among other things, Visma Financials in his previous job, and was prepared that it would be challenging to familiarize himself with Visma.net ERP. However, it has exceeded all expectations.
– I am pleasantly surprised by how Visma.net ERP works on a daily basis. We also hope to adopt the group module, which will help us connect and simplify reporting further. he says.
The Kronstein Group is on a straight path in the right direction, namely to summarize correct figures in automated reporting processes – and collect everything in a consolidated group report. Vevle will then be able to use the reporting as an analysis tool at all times and further monitor which deviations occur and where they experience the deviations.
Hanssen says that he is also very excited about the project overview and the reports you can pull out to see how projects are going at any given time.
– It is very clear with the various modules. We get reports that we can take out all the time and see how things are going. Everything gathered in one place, says Hanssen.
They are still not quite there, but are continuously working on developing the systems, and are well on their way.
– Today we use a combination of both Excel and the systems, but we want to get to where all the information is in the systems, so that we can get rid of Excel completely, says Vevle.