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Where we differ from other implementation partners is that you will be dealing with directors throughout the project who are happy to take the time to make sure processes work for your business and any issues are root caused and resolved.
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Introduction to an ERP

In simple terms an ERP is a collection of software applications sitting onto of a database all accessed through user interfaces. ERP are central enterprise systems and provide a wide range of functionality to users at all levels of the business. What a business will use an ERP for depends on the type of data processed and stored in the system. If for example, your business stores inventory information in the database it can use inventory management applications that will allow finance and procure teams to maintain optimal stock levels, respond to surges in demand, set pricing and much more.

Most ERP solutions offer the following applications:


Financials encompass standard accounting functionality including ledgers, banks recs, payment processing etc.


Procurement applications help a business to manage its purchasing lifecycle.


Supply Chain Management connects parties in a supply chain to improve speed and responsiveness.


Inventory / Warehouse Management facilitating stock management.


Human Capital Management facilitates HR processes and gives your HR team ready access to HR data.


Enterprise Performance Management is used by larger organisations for advanced budgeting forecasting and reporting functionality.

What makes ERPs very powerful and essential tools for even medium sized organisations is that all of these applications can be connected to one dataset allowing for seamless sharing of data creating efficient business processes. For example, employee cost centres can be maintained by human resources through human capital management and then picked up by the financials applications for posting.

In addition to the applications that can come as standard or can be created within the ERP, the software can integrate with third party solutions, for example your companies CRM or ecommerce platform.

ERPs can be in cloud or on premise. Traditionally the databases were on premise with applications being installed on employees’ computers. These days cloud solutions are more populate as they are easier to manage and likely more cost efficient.

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