Once the preserve of larger corporations, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems are now able to meet the needs of all sizes of company. By acting as the transaction processing engine of a business, an ERP solution will track costs, and support business processes across a diverse range of functions such as finance, human resources, manufacturing, supply chain, sales and distribution.
The term ERP was coined at the beginning of the 1990s to distinguish application software that integrated manufacturing, order entry and financials from the point solutions that handled just one of these. ERP technology evolved in the manufacturing sector, building on Materials Requirement Planning (MRP) and Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP II). Since that time, ERP vendors have been expanding their offerings to cover most activities of a business, from back-office to front-office, from boardroom to delivery truck, from local productivity to collaborative partnerships.
Cambashi specialists have the knowledge to guide you through the use of ERP in the industrial sector. From business needs to relationships between ERP and other solution types, Cambashi can help you develop the market insights needed for success.
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