Business strategy

Are your competitors talking about you in their boardrooms? Does your strategy guide how you allocate resources? Can every employee articulate your strategy and are they empowered to execute on it? At Data Stack Enterprises, we see strategy as much more than a plan. Strategy has been our core business. We work with companies in every industry to develop strategies that deliver results.

The main types of generic strategies that organisations can pursue are:

1. Growth i.e. the expansion of the company to purchase new assets, including new businesses, and to develop new products. The Inland Revenue has expanded from being just a tax collector, to other functions such as collecting student loan repayments and paying tax credits.

2. Internationalisation/globalisation i.e. moving operations into more and more countries. For example companies like Gillette, Coca-Cola, Kellogg’s, and Cadbury Schweppes are major multinationals with operations across the globe.

3. Retrenchment involves cutting back to focus on your best lines. The Americans refer to this as ‘sticking to the knitting’ – i.e. concentrating on what you do best.


The  purpose  of   feasibility study  is  not  to  solve  the  problem, but  to determine  whether   the  problem  is   worth  solving.  This helps to decide whether to proceed with the project or not.

Our  feasibility  study concentrates  on  the  following  area.

  • Operational  Feasibility
  • Technical  Feasibility
  • Economic  Feasibility

Operational  feasibility

Operational  feasibility  study  tests  the  operational  scope  of  the  software to  be  developed.The  proposed  software   must  have  high  operational  feasibility.The  usability  will  be  high.

Technical  Feasibility

The technical   feasibility  study  compares  the  level  of technology   available  in  the  software  development   firm  and  the  level of technology  required  for the  development  of   the  product.Here  the  level   of technology  consists   of  the  programming   language,  the  hardware    resources, Other  software  tools   etc.

Economic   Feasibility

The  economic  feasibility    study  evaluate  the  cost  of  the software  development  against  the  ultimate  income  or  benefits  gets  from  the developed   system.There  must  be  scopes  for  profit  after  the  successful Completion  of  the  project.

When the feasibility study suggest that the project being considered is feasible operationally, technically and economically. This gives a  a green signal  that the problem is worth solving and can proceed  with the project .


Data Stack Enterprises can help your organization minimize disruption and delays associated with the deployment of enterprise software. For a one-stop solution to ERP consulting, your organization needs a team with expertise in all three components of ERP success: Change Management, Business Process Management and Technical expertise.

Finding the Right Team

To achieve operational efficiency and a high return on investment from new technology, private and public sector Perfect-Path-Implementationorganizations turn to the Panorama team and rely on our proprietary PERFECT Path™ Implementation Methodology. Our technology-agnostic methodology is based on collective experience with hundreds of ERP implementations and more than 150 software solutions.

With this approach, your organization will realize the benefits you expect. In the private sector, this means cost savings and increased productivity. In the public sector, this translates to improved services for constituents and citizens.


  • Data Stack Enterprises’s proven methodologies enable organizations to continue operating at maximum capacity with lower risk throughout implementation.
  • On average, Data Stack Enterprises clients implement ERP software in 10% less time and at 50% less cost than those that do not rely on our guidance.
  • Our ERP Project Recovery methodology and toolset has helped countless organizations get their implementations back on track.

What We Deliver

Data Stack Enterprises Path ERP implementation methodology and tools enable organizations to do more with – and benefit more from – their ERP software systems. Rather than focus strictly on the functional or technical aspects of an implementation, our broad and independent experience allows clients to implement ERP more effectively than if they tried to do it themselves or with a software vendor, system integrator or value-added reseller (VAR).

We serve as our clients’ single point of accountability during an ERP implementation by focusing on the following activities:

  • Certified project management focusing on risk, scope, cost, time and resources
  • Comprehensive process reengineering and workflow definition
  • Incorporation of LEAN methodologies, Six Sigma and other industry-specific skillsets into the overall transformation
  • Improvement of technical infrastructure
  • Alignment of ERP implementation with organizational requirements
  • Risk management and mitigation planning activities
  • Organizational change management, communication and training activities
  • Integration between the core ERP system and processes, systems and stakeholders
  • Definition of ERP measures of success
  • Optimization of measurable benefits
  • Functional and technical development and support
  • Customized ERP workshops
  • Project recovery support
  • On-site ERP Boot Camp training


The software industry in Karnataka state in India has become one of the main pillars of economy. Karnataka stands first among all the states of India in terms of revenue generated from software exports. Software exports from Karnataka amounted to excess of 487 billion ($11.6 billion) in the year 2006-2007. This achievement has earned Karnataka’s capital city Bangalore the sobriquet of Silicon Valley of India. This is because of the presence of major software companies in Bangalore and the revenue generated by exports of computer software. Though most software companies are located in Bangalore, some have settled in other cities like Mysore, Mangalore and Hubli inKarnataka. The Nandi Hills area in Devanahalli outskirts is the site of the upcoming $22 Billion, 12,000-acre (49 km2) BIAL IT Investment Region, one of the largest infrastructure projects in the history of Karnataka. This edeavor expected to create four million jobs over by the year 2030. The infrastructure required for setting up software industries in Karnataka is provided by STPI. The software industry in Karnataka includes companies dealing with various fields like telecommunication, banking software, avionics,database, automotive, networking, semiconductors, mobile handsets, internet applications and business process outsourcing.