Enterprise Resourse Planning and Management
An Enterprise resource planning system is a fully integrated business management system covering functional areas of an enterprise like Logistics, Production, Finance, Accounting and Human Resources. It organizes and integrates operation processes and information flows to make optimum use of resources such as men, material, money and machine.
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is business process management software that allows an organization to use a system of integrated applications to manage the business and automate back office functions. ERP software integrates all facets of an operation, including product planning, development, manufacturing processes, sales and marketing.
ERP software has its roots in the Nineties manufacturing industry, where earlier forms of the applications were used for manufacturing resource planning (MRP) and computer integrated manufacturing (CIM).
ERP is an acronym for Enterprise Resource Planning, it does all of the various processes that are essential to running a business, including inventory and order management, accounting, human resources, customer relationship management (CRM), and beyond. At its most basic level, ERP software integrates these various functions into one complete system to streamline processes and information across the entire organization. ERP applications tend to be modular in nature, sharing vital business information which is held on a central database repository, or repositories.
However, ERP has grown to cover all core functions of a business, regardless of its industry sector. As a result, both private and public sector organizations now use ERP systems in some form or other.
ERP delivers the proven, comprehensive financial management capabilities required to grow a changing, complex business. ERP takes your business beyond traditional accounting software by streamlining operations across your entire organization and providing you with the real-time visibility you need to make better, faster decisions.
ERP software typically consists of multiple enterprise software modules that are individually purchased, based on what best meets the specific needs and technical capabilities of the organization. Each ERP module is focused on one area of business processes, such as product development or marketing. A business scan use ERP software to manage back-office activities and tasks including the Distribution process management, supply chain management, services knowledge base, configure, prices, improve accuracy of financial data, facilitate better project planning, automate employee life-cycle, standardize critical business procedures, reduce redundant tasks, assess business needs, accounting and financial applications, lower purchasing costs, manage human resources and payroll.
We offer a fully-integrated Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution, providing both operational support and strategic management to organizations that face rapid, ongoing change. It is ideal for organizations that need financials and a broader range of core functions in a single, unified business system – with the ability to integrate other applications as required.
- Accelerate the order-to cash process.
- A consistent look and feel across modules
- ERP supports upper level management, providing critical decision making information. This decision support lets upper management make managerial choices that enhance the business.
- Easily adapt to new manufacturing methods, changing customer requirements, and evolving business strategies.
- Drive better, faster decision-making with real-time data and reporting, and personalized dashboards.
- An integrated system that operates in (or near) real time without relying on periodic updates.
- Get access to information anytime, anywhere to improve decision making and speed response times.
- ERP creates a more agile company that better adapts to change. ERP makes a company more flexible and less rigidly structured so organization components operate more cohesively, enhancing the business—internally and externally.
- Improve workforce productivity with anytime, anywhere access.
- Get new products to market more quickly and profitably.
- Lower cost of ownership by eliminating upfront and ongoing IT expenditures, and delivering automatic product upgrades.
- ERP can greatly improve quality and efficiency of the business. By keeping a company's internal business process running smoothly, ERP can lead to better outputs that benefit the company, such as customer service and manufacturing.
- Optimize inventory and production resources to increase efficiency.
- A common database that supports all applications
- Improve quality and customer satisfaction.
- ERP can improve data security. A common control system, such as the kind offered by ERP systems, allows organizations the ability to more easily ensure key company data is not compromised.
- Streamline operations and get company-wide visibility.
- ERP provides multi-platform, multi-facility, multi-mode manufacturing, multi-currency, multi-lingual facilities.
- Product planning, cost and development
- It supports strategic and business planning activities, operational planning and execution activities, creation of Materials and Resources.
- Financial Management
- Manufacturing Management
- ERP covering all functional areas like manufacturing, selling and distribution, payables, receivables, inventory, accounts, human resources, purchases etc.
- Research Costing and Pricing
- Planning, Budgeting and Forecasting
- Marketing and sales
- ERP performs core activities and increases customer service, thereby augmenting the corporate image.
- Procurement Management
- Inventory management
- Reporting and Analytics
- ERP bridges the information gap across organizations.
- Human Resources and Payroll
- Project Costing and Billing
- Business Process Automation
- Shipping and payment
- Field Service and Asset Maintenance
- ERP provides complete integration of systems not only across departments but also across companies under the same management.