REAL-TIME BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ACROSS THE ENTERPRISE
Gives a global, real-time view of data
that can enable companies to address
concerns proactively and drive
Real-time transparency into company performance across all business functions—from summary level to transaction level.
A single version of the truth with all of your data residing in a single source.
Self-serve, personalized experience
with easy-to-use reporting tools without requiring programming or technical resources.
On-the-go access via web browser and mobile device.
SOLUTION FOR CLOUD FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
Improves financial compliance with regulatory standards and reduces risk.
Timely Information and Insight
Improve business performance with real-time metrics and role-based dashboards.
Close with Confidence
Accelerate the financial close while maintaining compliance with applicable accounting standards.
Report with Accuracy
Drill down into the underlying details to understand the impact to your business.
GLOBAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Automates core business operations such as lead to cash, order to fulfillment and procure to pay processes.
Global Business Management Platform
Enables the effortless management of multiple subsidiaries, business units and legal entities.
Real-time Access Anywhere
Provides real-time global business insight. Access from anywhere in the globe.
Our ERP has been built to support both global standard and country specific audit and tax regulations.
GROW YOUR COMPANY WITH OUR
Enhances customer service by providing one source for billing and relationship tracking.
Streamlines lead to cash processes.
Elevates productivity across the organization with a 360 degree view of customers.
Improve sales performance through forecasting, up-sell and commission management and more.
Helps you manage global sales and services organizations.
WHAT IS ERP?
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is designed to manage routine business operations such as accounting, purchasing and inventory management.
The goal of ERP is to consolidate all business data into one location. It replaces disparate, disconnected systems that didn't communicate with one another and stored similar data in different formats that required streams of spreadsheets to integrate and coordinate. ERP creates order from chaos and gives everyone in the organization access to the same data for use in any task, from creating a financial statement to generating a purchase order.
The term ERP dates back to 1990 by Gartner, but its roots date back to the 1960s. Back then, the concept applied to inventory management and control in the manufacturing sector. Software engineers created programs to monitor inventory, reconcile balances and report on status. By the 1970s, this had evolved into Material Requirements Planning (MRP) systems for scheduling production processes. In the 1980s, MRP grew to encompass more manufacturing processes, prompting many to call it MRP-II or Manufacturing Resource Planning. By 1990, these systems had expanded beyond inventory control and other operational processes to other back-office functions like accounting and human resources, setting the stage for ERP as we've come to know it.
Today, ERP systems are critical for managing thousands of businesses of all sizes and in all industries. To these companies, ERP is as indispensable as the electricity that keeps the lights on.
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