ERP system for managing power plants.

Goals of the system

The goal of the XERP system is to optimize and automate the management of business processes in power generation enterprises, including supply management and control, timely provisioning, management of unlimited inventory, registration of emergencies, and facility maintenance.

 Main problems which the system solves

  • Slow and sluggish process for approving delivery requests.
  • Digitization of a large portion of operational documents.
  • Facilitates access to data related to the respective facility within the enterprise.
  • Reduction of the “human error” factor.
  • More efficient tracking of movements within warehouses.
  • Reduced downtime for servicing emergencies and facility maintenance.


  • Automation and optimization of the supply process for spare parts and materials to the enterprise.

  • Electronic execution of delivery requests with “n” levels of approval.

  • Significant improvement in inventory movement reports.

  • Automation of the process for managing emergencies and facility maintenance.

  • More efficient utilization of resources and inventory through better planning.

  • Visualization of the entire structure of the enterprise’s facilities in a hierarchical model, allowing faster access to data for each of them.

  • Improved financial control over expenses.

  • Management of customer relationships through a simplified CRM.

  • Web-based system with an adaptive interface accessible from mobile devices and desktop computers.

Main functionality


  • Visualization of the nomenclature in a hierarchical model.
  • Groups and subgroups – defining main groups and subgroups for materials.
  • Materials – defining materials and assigning them to specific groups and subgroups.
  • Workshops – defining workshops in the system.
  • Users – registering users with their respective access levels to the system.
  • Roles – registering access levels for different modules of the system.


  • Creation and management of an unlimited number of warehouses.
  • Tracking real-time inventory levels in each warehouse.
  • Recording and removing materials from/to selected warehouses.
  • Comprehensive statistical information on warehouse movements.
  • Notifications for inventory levels falling below the specified minimum threshold.


  • Creation and management of an unlimited number of facilities.
  • Visualization of facilities in a hierarchical structure.
  • Input of technical parameters for each facility.
  • Register of facility emergencies.
  • Alerts for maintenance needs.

Requests for materials

  • Creation and editing of material delivery requests.
  • Approval of requests by “n” levels before purchasing or removing materials from the respective warehouse.

References and reports

  • Inventory – reports on the current availability of materials in the warehouses.
  • Material Card – detailed report on the movement of quantities of materials for a specific period.
  • Incomings – report on all delivered quantities of materials for a specific period.
  • Outgoings – report on all released quantities of materials for a specific period.
  • Requests – detailed report on the status and movement of orders and the items within them for a specific period of time.