"GLOVIA G2 is one of the few ERP-class applications that is fully capable of supporting the lean manufacturing paradigm . . . "

– Ted Rohm,
TEC Research Analyst

Differentiators of GLOVIA G2:

  • Scalability
  • Underlying performance
  • Source code delivery
  • Free migration toolkit
  • Lower implementation costs

GLOVIA G2 receives Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) certification for discrete manufacturing enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions.

TEC Senior ERP Analyst Ted Rohm finds GLOVIA G2 to be "one of the most robust discrete manufacturing ERP solutions on the market."

View the GLOVIA G2 ERP certification report from TEC.

Program Cost Accounting

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Analyze your project costs by project start/as-of/end dates and by fiscal period.

When the costs to multi-year, multi-organization projects are collected as they are incurred, how does your company's financial management team report project costs for a fiscal period? GLOVIA G2 Program Cost Accounting enables you to view data from two different perspectives: costs by project, regardless of fiscal period – and costs by fiscal period for one or more projects.

Same Old Data — Whole New View

One consistent issue that financial managers raise is their expectation to view project costs by fiscal period. However, project accounting is driven by project start and end dates, not fiscal period. GLOVIA G2 now provides you with both views of the project data.

Just What Is a Program Anyway?

The GLOVIA G2 "program" is an entity that resides at a higher level than a project. By allowing for costs to be reported to this higher-level entity, you are given the opportunity to identify costs from a global, multi-CCN, multi-year perspective.

Data Mining

Data mining is used to review the massive amounts of data that may exist for each program. The ability to search, sum and report requested results of this data enables you to perform analysis of the same data from a variety of perspectives.

Data for Profitability Analysis and Cost Management

  • Budgets and their fiscal years
  • Current and future commitments
  • Actual labor hour quantities and costs
  • Actual material, outside processing, scrap, and adjustment costs

Costs and Commitments compared to Budgets

  • The original budget
  • The revised budget
  • The target budget
  • The estimate-to-complete budget

Project Budgets to Actuals

  • By labor and machine hours
  • By program currency
  • By cost as-of-date