Why do you need ERP for your business?

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  1. the ceo

    the ceo Member

    Why do you need ERP for your business?
     
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  2. Charles T

    Charles T Administrator

    ERP stands for Enterprise Resource Planning

    It is a process used by businesses to manage & integrate the crucial parts of their operations. An ERP software system works by integrating things like planning, purchasing inventory, sales, marketing, finance, human resources, and more - depending on the type of industry.

    For instance, in a physically based business industry like manufacturing, this software setup can be critical in keeping all parts of the business working cohesively together.
     
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  3. Thoma Patel

    Thoma Patel New Member

    Enterprise resource planning software is used to manage several company functions, but how better is it then? Although ERP may have similar objectives to other approaches, its unique features make it a respected software market leader. Here are the few reasons why any organization should consider the importance of enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems:
    • Saved more money
    • Enhanced coordination
    • Significantly improved evaluation
    • Productivity improvement
    • Highly simplified risk management and compliance
     
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  4. SamuelKennedy

    SamuelKennedy Member

    What are the benefits of ERP for your company?
     
  5. Charles T

    Charles T Administrator

    @SamuelKennedy Below are some of the biggest ERP software benefits when using with a business:
    • Focused IT Costs
    • Total Visibility
    • Improved Reporting and Planning
    • Flexible Modularity
    • Improved Efficiency
    • Customer Service
    • Data Security and Quality
    • Improved Collaboration and Workflows
     
  6. Ady

    Ady New Member

    Hi Samuel,

    An ERP or Enterprise Resource Planning software has the following benefits-

    1) Better business reporting with real-time information
    2) A single integrated database for all business processes
    3) Better access to customer information to provide best-in-class customer experience
    4) Improved inventory management and costs
    5) Enhanced invoicing and collection tools to boost the cash flow
    6) Automation of numerous manual or routine tasks
    7) Implementation of smarter workflows

    However, if you are just starting out using an ERP software, you can start with QuickBooks Enterprise which works as a great solution as a starting point. You can read the difference between QuickBooks Enterprise or ERP to have better understanding. Let me know if you want any resources or blog on the same.
     
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