ERP

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ERP

Market and competitiveness

  • The ruthless market today  leaves no room for companies deadlock, ambiguity or error in a business process
  •  If one wants to survive, the products or services provider has to forsee or at least guess customers' needs and desires, has to follow market trends or activities of the competitors' companies, continually invest in improving or maintaining product quality  while reducing production costs and shorten the manufacturing process
  • The need for better business result is not only an uncompromising capitalist postulate or whim of the owner, but the result of continuous market war
  • In the global market, one stands in a line for every successful place, waiting for a jam  or a competitors' mistake to happen

Why  ERP?

  • To make a competitive product or service is usually a complex process full of interactions
  • The last thing a manufacturer needs are curtains among processes and employees behind whom one can only anticipate shadows of results and the state of a current business process
  • The key how to lift the curtain lies in the hands of the person in charge who has Just in Time accurate information
  • The above mentioned companies meet the company’s requirements by using various techniques, but the improvement, modernization and computerization of business processes, and the introduction of ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system is an  imperative.
  •   The core of the ERP system is an integrated information system that plans and monitors business processes through planning activities, creation and document distribution, performance monitoring, optimization of procurement processes, production and sales ...
  • In addition to  business processes coverage, it is very important to minimize human carelessness or error by simplifying entry, process automation, using the knowledge base and system logic control input and results according to defined rules.
  • A well implemented and exploited ERP successfully synchronizes business processes adhering to the fundamental principles of planning, communication and monitoring  is applicable to any manufacturing and service activity

 

Who should benefit from the implementation of ERP-a?

  • Management and managerial staff (business process management, financial and operational planning, alarms and support problem solving ... 
  • Employees - the ultimate activity enforcers ( optimization of business  manufacturing and communications activities - clear instructions, hints, procedures)
  • Customers - users of products and services (improving product quality, shorter terms and lower prices, product customization, background information, maintenance ...)

 In the absence of a magic wand, a well implemented ERP is an excellent choice...