ERP systems

Business systems within ERP and BI
Dynamics 365 Business Central, NAV, C5 or Uniconta

Achieve success with your ERP investment

wisepeople.it is a ERP specialized consultancy in Denmark. We base our services and consulting on experience from participation in countless ERP projects harvested over the last 35 years. We have extensive experience with several ERP platforms on the market and can provide qualified advice already in the implementation phase.

Dynamics 365 Business Central

In 2018, Microsoft released their new ERP system Dynamics 365 Business Central! An online solution in the cloud with the same functionality as NAV 2018 but better integrated with other Office products. Everything is delivered directly as you know it from Office 365.


Microsoft Dynamics NAV

NAV is Business Central’s predecessor. We still help customers with their NAV, but since Microsoft no longer supports NAV, the vast majority of our customers choose to convert to Business Central. Contact us to find out more.


Microsoft Dynamics C5

C5 is not young but a classic. Many of our customers have chosen to convert their C5 to Business Central. Contact us to hear more about your conversion options. Of course, we also continue to provide support for C5.  



Uniconta is Erik Damgaard’s new financial system. An ideal solution for the slightly smaller company who wants a good and user-friendly financial system that is easy to get started with.



In the strategy phase, key executives in the company work to define the strategic framework for possible replacement of the business systems. Typically, a mapping of the current situation in terms of processes and systems is carried out, and challenges and opportunities are identified.

In addition, strategic benchmarks, business cases, and overall business needs will typically be established. It will also often include an assessment of market opportunities and the definition and analysis of possible strategic development scenarios including investments, external costs, and internal resources.

Finally, the strategy phase will usually lead to a strategic recommendation including a roadmap of initiatives to implement the strategy.



In the acquisition phase, the actual purchase of the system is made. In cooperation with key people in the company, the concrete business needs are defined in a number of workshops, which will be part of the offer evaluation.

Business needs are developed on the basis that the acquisition is of a standard system. In parallel, using our in-depth market knowledge, a pre-qualification process of possible systems and suppliers is carried out, so that a maximum of three offerors are included in the offer process.

An offer basis is drawn up to ensure a consistent evaluation, which typically includes our own ERP contract.

Based on the offers received and a series of workshops with potential suppliers, an objective and unbiased assessment of potential systems and suppliers is made for recommendation to the company’s management.

In the procurement phase, we usually act as both technical experts and “pencil pushers” in the process.



In the implementation phase, the actual implementation of the chosen system is carried out in close cooperation with the supplier.

In this phase, there are always a number of important activities that the customer must carry out themselves, including of course ensuring that the supplier lives up to the agreement and expectations.

The success of a standard system project is not only the result of a good system and a good supplier, but is also largely dependent on the active participation of the customer.

Tasks that lie with the customer include project management of the customer’s own resources, change management, testing, and data conversion, to name a few. As consultants, we are always part of the client’s team and most often as the client’s project manager or as sparring for the client.

In many projects we are also part of the steering committee and as an external quality assurance to the client’s management.



When a company has been running a system for a number of years, optimisations typically need to be made to address issues that have arisen.

This may be due to a change in the strategic framework of the company, new business needs, technical problems or conditions caused by the supplier.

During this phase, we usually contribute with health checks to measure the health of the system, benchmarking against others to ensure a better operating economy or analyses in connection with potential extensions of the system, for example, new business processes that need to be powered.

In some cases, this may lead to the need for a major replacement, which brings us back to strategic considerations.

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