Enterprise Resource Planning ( Erp ) System

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Executive summary:

In this age of high consumer demand and needs and modest advantages has led to implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. Now in large companies, has challenged managers to use all of this data. This necessitates a very careful understanding of where control should be centralised and where sovereignty is important, among other issues. Alliances have only begun to take benefit of data from these ERP systems to optimally control such resources as production, inventory and transportation equipment.

Introduction:

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is a business software system that facilitates one to manage the use of the resources such as inventory, production and transportation equipment in effective and efficient manner, by providing an incorporated resolution for the organisations information processing needs. ERP system can also help and alliance to perform back-office functions such as finance, production and human resource planning (Swartz & Orgill, 2001; Nieuwenhuyse, Boeck, Lambrecht, & Vandaele, 2011). The recent changes in ERP system enables it to perform other business extensions such as customer relationship (CRM) and Supply Chain Management (SCM) to turn out to be more modest. Figure 1. Extensions of ERP
The ERP system is mainly used for increasing the efficiency of operating by the improvement in business processes and decrease in the costs. (Nah, Lau, & Kuang 2001; Beheshti 2006). The Enterprise Resource Planning
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