1. Enhance productivity, flexibility and customer responsiveness
By integrated core business processes together in one single application, it helps company maximize the efficiency of business process across the entire organization. Plant manufacturing can produces product faster. Increase on time delivery, Increase productivity, Increase ability to forecast demand to supplies, Increase order capacity, and improve customer service (Customer Relationship Management (CRM)).
2. Eliminate costs and inefficiencies
Using an ERP system to standardize business processes can dramatically improve company’s operation. ERP enable company to manage relationship with vendor results in lower cost for purchased items. Better resource management results in more inventory turns and decrease the level of inefficiencies
3. Data consistency
Because an ERP system integrates all business management functions, it decreases level of inconsistency information from different systems. Thus, by using ERP system, managers can gather correct information and make a right decision.
4. Extend your business using the Internet
By integrating all business functions together in one system, it increases ability of company to use internet as part of the business strategy. Web-enabled technology Allows you to access information, sell product, run business processes, and communicate with customers and partners at any time and from anywhere in the world.
Think enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions are just for big companies? Think again.
According to Aberdeen, 96% of best-in-class growing businesses – the top 20% of performers – have implemented ERP solution. That’s a huge percentage – enough to consider ERP systems mission critical to the success of high-growth small and midsize companies.
And when you think about it, ERPs geared for SMEs make perfect sense. You have the same kinds of processes to support as large firms: procurement and logistics, manufacturing, customer-facing processes like sales and support, finance, HR, and more. You can either manage all of this with systems that can’t interact with one another, can’t track business processes, that can’t generate the accurate data you need to understand business performance – or you can simplify with an ERP.
Simplify Work – and Scale Easier – with a Single Business System
ERPs act as single business systems that centralize core business data and support core operations, processes, reporting, and more. They help organizations of all sizes to face their challenges and as a single business system, they support visibility, efficiency, and decision-making. At the same time, they make work faster and easier with automation, seamlessly integrated processes, and easy access to accurate, trusted data.
And the benefits, based on surveys of executives at growing businesses with ERPs, are significant and directly related to business growth. For example, they’re seeing:
- 11% reductions in operational costs
- 10% increases in profitability in just two years
- A 48% likelihood that they have real-time visibility into the status of all processes (compared to 6% without an ERP)
- A four-fold increase in their ability to forecast and plan for demand
- 633% greater likelihood that they can share data with suppliers, customers, resellers, and regulatory bodies
- 77% likelihood that they can standardize back-office processes (compared to 22% without an ERP)
In addition, best-in-class growing businesses reportedly can easily find and use the data they need, no matter where they are, to make fast, agile decisions; Aberdeen research shows that ERPs reduce the time it takes to make decisions by 36%! Why? Because the processes ERPs support work from and contribute to a single source of truth to support visibility, efficiency, and decision-making.
Have you thought about running your business on an ERP? Or are you still using point or stand-alone solutions for finance, customer management, HR, and other core operational areas?
I guess the real question is, given the competitive edge that ERPs provide – and their ability to make work and life easier in a small or midsize business – can you afford not to move to an ERP?
It is designed for upper midsized companies and subsidiaries, this single solution can help you manage your entire business in the cloud.