Web ERP application Development:
We provide the ERP Software Solution in very cheap cost, our experienced professional provide ERP solution that provides a best fit for your needs, our focus is on balancing the quality of packaged ERP solutions with the litheness that the ERP implementation and customization ensures.
We also provide Web ERP solution for small and medium companies. Where all necessary modules are available including ledger creation, BRS , Cost center etc. Apart from this we involve more features like MIS, Invoice Management, User Management, Different Type of Reporting.
Web ERP inculdes:
- Sales & Distribution Management
- Purchase Management
- Manufacturing, Planning & Control
- Total Quality Management
- Inventory Management
- Plant Maintenance
- Excise Management
- Human Resource Management
- Finance Resource Management
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
Once a company has achieved critical mass, they reach a point where cutting waste becomes a more effective revenue-generation method than increasing sales. (It’s easier to cut costs by 5% than to increase sales by 5%)
Another challenge presented by growth is lack of organization which can lead to expensive errors and poor customer satisfaction.
This is usually the point when a company will start looking into an ERP system.
ERP software has been around for quite a while. But they’ve mostly been the domain of larger, established companies. Earlier systems were strictly focused on operational areas of the company such as Finance, HR, Manufacturing and Order Management.
ERP systems help to standardize business processes, ensuring that information remains structured and useful. This is critical when you have 5 different departments – each with 10 employees – all generating business data.
Using ERP, employees across the organization can find, store and share information from a centralized repository. This ensures more efficient processes and workflow with fewer errors, while eliminating the need to transfer, re-enter or duplicate data.
For executives and management, ERP systems can give clear insight into the state of the organization, and assist them in locating opportunities for efficiency and productivity improvements. This is where the REAL value of ERP can deliver, by helping drive corporate strategy.
Although ERP – in the traditional sense – has usually been thought of in the context of internal operational processes, modern systems have also crossed over into other areas such as those traditionally covered by CRM system. Some ERP components are even designed to integrate with external entities such as suppliers and banks.
Hopefully, this overview has been helpful in showing the difference between ERP and CRM. In future posts, I’ll try to dig down a bit further and give a bit more insight into these concepts.