ERP or Enterprise Resource Planning has grown steadily for more than a decade. It integrates internal and external information within an organization. ERP functional areas include finance or accounting, sales and services, CRM and others.
By definition, an integrated ERP system is a single modern system, built around a single or multiple server architecture, purchased by the company and maintained in-house.
ERP business software can be useful in tracking orders. When a business receives an order for a product, the ability to properly track the order can allow the business to obtain detailed information about its customers and marketing strategies.
The following benefits can be derived from an ERP system that centralizes business data:
– Removal of synchronization of multiple systems, e.g. Financial consolidation, marketing and sales, human resources and manufacturing applications.
– ERP is useful for standard product naming/coding.
– ERP helps provide real-time information available to management anytime, anywhere to make the right decisions.
– Sensitive data can be protected by combining multiple security systems into one structure.
The introduction of ERP brought with it significant changes in the work of employees. Enterprise ERP solutions typically consist of three types of services – consulting, personalization, and support.
Implementation time depends on the size of the company, the number of modules and the scope of the process change, as well as the customer's willingness to take on the project.