ERP System: Definition, Benefits, Possibilities

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What is the simplest ERP system definition? Think of all the basic processes necessary for the administration of the company, such as finance, personnel, manufacturing, supply chain, service, purchases. At the most basic level, ERP integrates these processes into a single system. However, the new ERP system is fundamental. They provide intelligence, visibility, analysis and efficiency in all aspects of the business. With the latest technology, ERP systems facilitate the flow of information in real time across departments and ecosystems, allowing companies to make data-driven decisions and manage performance.

Example of ERP System

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ERP systems generally include applications for accounting, supply chain management, sales CRM, human resources. But you can combine different modules to better meet your needs. As an example, you can add ERP components for inventory control, e-commerce, and order management, and compliance. It can also include appls designed for different industries, from retail to manufacturing.

Cloud, On-Premise and Hybrid Solutions

There are three types of ERP implementation: cloud, on-premise and hybrid. Look at the definition and benefits of each and choose the one that best suits your business.

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In the Cloud

The cloud-based ERP solution covers the security of the system for compliance. Your data is hosted on a server, and the system is updated automatically.

On-premise

Run the enterprise resource planning software in your own data center to achieve maximum flexibility and controllability.

Hybrid

Run several ERP applications in the cloud and run some local as using the hybrid ERP (also known as 2-level ERP).

ERP of any Size: What is the Right Choice?

ERP is not just a great global company. ERP software may be necessary if small businesses or medium-sized companies are drowning out bad information in spreadsheets, manual processes and heterogeneous solutions. SAP offers industry-specific and company-specific functions to meet various types of small, medium and large ERP systems and unique business needs.

SME
Do you have less than 250 employees? ERP software for small businesses graduates beyond spreadsheets and helps efficiently manage all aspects of growing businesses, from sales and customer relationships to finance and operations. Extract it in on-premise or in the cloud.
Medium-Sized Companies
Our medium-sized ERP software is ideal for medium-sized companies and subsidiaries with up to 500 employees, with integrated analysis for 35 different business processes, such as finance, personnel, purchasing, supply chain management.
Enterprise ERP
Our market-leading enterprise resource planning systems designed for large global companies or subsidiaries include advanced ERP technologies, such as in-memory computing, Big Data analysis, gateways to IOT (Internet of Things). We can integrate any features your enterprise require.

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