What an ERP can do

  • Streamlined workflows and processes.
    Disconnected systems are inherently inefficient. Data may exist in multiple places at once and there is a time cost paid every time data is transferred between them. By providing a common interface and database, data is managed in a singular manner, allowing much more efficient processes.
  • Visibility into workflows.

ERP not only speeds up internal processes, it provides the mechanism to monitor them for continuous improvement. Transparency is a central goal in effectively deployed ERP systems. ERP allows organizations to consider processes from a more holistic standpoint to more easily spot issues preventing optimization.

  • Better financial planning and decision making.

Reporting is key to ERP solutions. The ability to slice and dice data by region, location, profit center, employee, and in a variety of other ways allows decision makers to make more nuanced and accurate decisions about the financial direction of the business.

  • Improved data security.

Managing security permissions and access across a variety of systems is a daunting challenges. A common control system allows organizations the ability to more easily ensure key company data is not compromised.

  • Increased opportunities for collaboration.

Data takes many forms in the modern enterprise. Documents, files, forms, audio and video, emails. Often times each data medium has it’s own mechanism for allowing collaboration. That’s inherently wasteful. Employees are more effective when they spend more time collaborating on content, rather than mastering the learning curve of communicating in various formats and across distributed systems.

ERP systems can help businesses become more time efficient and improve productivity by eliminating duplication and manual entry.