Great Circle Solutions, LLC (GCS) is an IT solution service provider specializing in custom data migration. Our company is comprised of knowledgeable professionals with extensive Government Contract and Finance experience with contractors of all sizes who have entrusted us to perform all their data migration tasks. GCS is here to offer our expertise on any ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) project. Our team has migrated hundreds of clients over the years. We can assist your Company with project planning, installation, configuration, data migration / conversion, reconciliation and testing. We primarily focus on loading data to deploy Deltek Costpoint, GCS Premier, Time & Expense and ESS.
How We Can Help
ERP systems can be more complex than they appear and to optimize the system’s features to join data and processes of an organization into a fully integrated system, it helps to have done this a few times. We can help with all facets of your conversion, from planning to manufacturing to timekeeping to payroll to billing and finance, etc. The system provides management
The foundations for Great Circle Solutions, LLC began at sea. Navigating the waters of the world creates an understanding of how a simple plan on paper, to travel between two points is not as easy as it seems. We know that the shortest distance between two points on a flat surface is a straight line, but the world is not flat, so the great circle route – a navigational term – is used to describe the shortest distance between two points on the surface of a sphere.
Developing a strategy to traverse the waters of the world may seem easy to do, when viewing a map or globe, but is actually more complex, when additional factors are considered. These factors or dimensions, such as weather, current, crew, boat size and condition,(environment or surroundings), just to name a few, impact how the boat will travel as well as, and the time it will take, thus making the planning of the trip more complex. Furthermore, once the ship has set sail, a series of waypoints, or carefully plotted points along our curve using relatively short, straight paths are needed, to verify the boats current status as it relates to the original plan. These waypoints can be measured easily and enable mid-course adjustments as needed.