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Frequently asked questions about usage system management planning Benefits of using ERP
ERP is an acronym for Enterprise Resource Planning, a software system for planning and managing supply chains. From end-to-end processes such as production, services, finance, and other corporate processes to delivering goods or services to customers.
There are 3 types of ERP systems that work together with different functions. The most common types of ERP systems are on-Cloud, on-premise, and Hybrid.
- On-Premise is a system that is installed and maintained within the organization. When installed, assume that the organization owns the computers and servers themselves. for control, support and ownership of the entire system
- On-Cloud is a web-based solution through which organizations access and store data. Users can access any device with a stable internet connection through subscriptions, support, updates, training, and flexible customizations supported by the software provider.
- The Hybrid model combines on-cloud and on-premise ERP solutions, where the combination of service installation and deployment varies by service provider.
- No server fee
- No maintenance
- You don’t have to make your own backups.
- No IT staff required.
- The system complies with IT standards.
- Can work from anywhere.
ERP software can be used in any industry to help businesses be more efficient. It is also an effective communication tool that can manage information between internal and external departments and help monitor compliance. Also, deal with complexity analysis and accurate forecasting for business operations.
- Construction and home improvement Construction
- Electronics and Technology Electronics and Technology
- Agribusiness Agriculture and Agriculture Agriculture
- Food and Beverage
- Healthcare and Healthcare Services
- Consumer goods and retail Retail
- Financial Accounting
- Account Management Management Accounting
- Human Resources
- Sales Order Processing
- Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Management
- Project Management Project Management
- Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
- Service Service Maintenance Maintenance
- Connectivity Tools
Business development focuses on the goals of the short-term and long-term growth of the organization. As well as business analysis, regular system, and process analysis, It helps to identify when a business might need an ERP system.
When existing business systems and processes problems occur as follows:
- Inability to work or work inefficiently (throttling)
- Delaying work or spending significantly more time working.
- Unable to support the growth of the company.
- Active program separately, which requires manual work. to manage information But there are frequent problems from bad connections.
- Day-to-day processes are too complex or time-consuming, such as summarizing sales.
- Does not support new technologies such as IoT.
- Save costs and increase efficiency.
- increase the flow of information
- Provide important information to decision makers.
- Increase data accuracy and reduce errors
- Reduce and duplication of data.
The key to choosing ERP software is it meets your organization’s needs and goals, which must be able to answer these questions.
- Does it meet your system requirements?
- Is it in line with the company’s goals?
- Is it capable of connecting to existing systems?
- Is there a provider/availability for local support?
- Are training/support options offered?
- Can it be continually improved and developed?