Enterprise Resource Planning
Sunny • on 14 years ago • 1 min read

In a nutshell, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) attempts to integrate all departments and functions across a company to create a single software program that runs off one database. It allows a company to automate and integrate the majority of its business processes. By sharing common data and practices across the entire enterprise, and producing and accessing information in a real-time environment, a good ERP system strives to make an enterprise more streamlined, more effective and more profitable.

By simplifying access to vital business information and connecting departments and systems, ERP allows businesses to increase employee productivity and operational efficiencies.


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  • SolandS23 2 years ago
    It's very important to have an effective ERP within the company because this can manifest the future of a company. With proper planning and hiring the right people will result to a much successful outcome, just like how BestTermPaper review did with their ERP.