About ERP 1.0
1 Improved Collaboration and Productivity
One of the many advantages of implementing an ERP system is the ability to organise, edit and share data across various departments.
All information is compiled, stored and merged into the ERP in one single system, instead of being fragmented throughout the entire organisation. It means the data stays safe, accurate, complete and ready to share and use.
More importantly, an ERP solution eliminates the need for repetitive manual tasks, saves time otherwise allocated with inefficient data collection, thus improving productivity and profitability.
2 Cost-Efficient and Agile Operational System
An ERP system is designed to streamline business operations and simplify tasks, including inventory management, production development or supply chain activities.
Aside from the productivity and improved business processes gained through unifying systems, the organisation becomes cost-efficient and better equipped to promptly handle market demand.
Although the ERP implementation per se does not come cheap for the organisation, a unified, centralised and automated system contributes to substantial long-term savings. Furthermore, users do not need training on several different business systems, saving the business time and money.
3 Better Business Intelligence and Analytics
For an organisation, the ability to compile and analyse reports based on the many business processes and operational activities is crucial.
An ERP system addresses the monitoring and reporting functions easier and faster. These may include customised reports based on KPI and metrics relevant to the organisation, as well as income and expenses statements.
Business intelligence-driven processes and quick access to analytics translate into better and faster decision-making within the organisation.
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