ERP refers to enterprise resource planning. It's a software which can be used for managing information within an organization or company. It consists of powerful and strategic tools for business management
"Every company or organization faces the same challenge of remaining competitive in today's business environment. A dependable, efficient, effective way is needed to manage, access and store the information.
With an effective and efficient use of ERP software in an organization, business owners and leaders can automate the various tedious office tasks, enabling employees also to become more productive and be successful in their roles.
Today these ERP software integrate into all functions of an organization. It's primary purpose is to help business leaders and managers understand in a better way the various moving parts of their operations, to identify opportunities and make more informed decisions which will ultimately have an effect on future success and viability of a business..."
Decades after decades of sheepishly following an ERP vendor's 'advice' to upgrade needs to stop. Not everything vendors say is necessarily in your firm's best interest
"Their latest advice would have you embark on an expensive, potentially risky re-platforming effort. But should you? Maybe, it's time to challenge the vendor orthodoxy...
Does this sound familiar? I know I've been in this conversation:
Corporate Executive: 'Brian, we're really excited to be moving our ERP to a new platform.'