ERP is an acronym for Enterprise Resource Planning. In every business organization, there are various processes that are essential to running a business, including Finance, Sales, Procurement, Manufacturing, Project Management, CRM, HRM and beyond. As its most basic level, ERP software integrates these various functions into one complete system to streamline processes and information across the entire organization.
With real-time information, employees do more work and handle queries faster. Different departments communicate effectively since all the information is up-to-date.
For the price, company gets a system that operates in each department. It reduces the cost of labor by making sure everyone is working at the right time. This helps to reduce administration costs as well.
It’s not easy to rely on people to provide accurate data analysis and reports. Human error can cost your business a lot of money. An ERP system takes the risk out since there is no data duplication.
With a SAP-ERP system, managers can direct all departments to achieve the same goals. This speeds up the decision- making process. You can make system updates centrally and it applies to every department.
See how ERP can help you become a best-run business and sharpen your competitive
Keep data safe and regulated with built-in protections
Stay on top of technology solutions, ahead of your competition
Centralized data will bolster interdepartmental collaboration
Eliminate redundant processes and tasks through automation
Work from home, your office, or anywhere with a mobile-friendly solution
Automate all businesses operations cross-departmentally
Faster, more accurate access to customers’ information and history
All customer and financial data, housed in one location
Let’s explore which ERP software deployment model is right for you
Run your enterprise resource
planning software in your
own data center – for
maximum flexibility and
Run some of your ERP
applications in the cloud and
some on premise with hybrid
ERP, also known as two-tier
Run on a provider’s cloud
computing platform, rather
than on premises in an
enterprise’s own data center