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Things to know about Enterprise Resource Planning

Have you ever thought about how large corporate and businesses with several hundred employees manage day-to-day operations?

Several departments from Customer Support to Administration, Human Resource, Technical all has to be coordinated and managed efficiently all throughout the year. Without a centralised system, it is next to impossible to manage workflow.

What is ERP?

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An ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) as the name suggests, is a software just like any other written exclusively to handle a company’s business operations. The core objective of the software is to share information among various departments and management officials and help the company to perform informed decisions for the betterment of the company.

The software application is split into several small modules, each customised for the particular department in need. Several companies rely on ERP data for making critical decisions. ERP systems can now also be deployed via cloud systems, and no longer rely of hard downloads and IT management.

Ever since the advancement of cloud technology, it is now possible for large corporates who are opting in for multi-tier ERP systems wherein, multiple vendors contribute to the development of the system rather being handled by a single company.

How do I know if my company is ready for ERP?


No two companies are the same. There are no indicators either to say that your company needs an ERP system. But if you have been facing issues in keeping track of orders, stocks, allocating resources, managing vendor payments, then you should think about implementing ERP.

Here are a few signs to check whether you are in need of an ERP system.

Increased growth in business.

Multiple departments dealing with all different tasks.

No one utilised central database.

Large amounts of manpower to manage sales, orders and all business tasks.

If your company is already experiencing such complications, then it is high time to switch over to an ERP system to streamline the overall process.

How to choose an ERP System Considering the facts and realities your company is going through, adapting an ERP for your business is now inevitable. But what aspects to look for in implementing your ERP depends on your company’s operational habits.

The below qualities are some of the few to look for when you are implementing a new ERP system.

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1. Customisation on every element of your ERP software has to be customised to the specific needs of your users. If your company has branches all over the globe, then the system has to be multi-lingual, accept different currencies and taxation, legal regulations pertaining to the operating zones.

2. Scalability As your company grows, your ERP has to scale in order to accommodate the growing needs of your employees and business activities. It is the ERP’s scalable quality that makes the company perform without any interruption as it expands.

3. Costing ERP systems with good qualities attract heavy budget in your operational cost. Choosing a build-per-need plan may divide your overall spending towards implementing an efficient ERP. It may not be vital for some departments to switch to an ERP immediately. Such planned delays can spread the monthly spending budget and minimise load on the financials.

Migrating to a centralised ERP system can be a nightmare. Choosing an experienced vendor in the industry would make the transformation smoother. Better business insights, record maintenance, handling finance, enhancing customer experience are all possible by implementing a proven and scalable ERP system.
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