Introduction To ERP [Enterprise Resource Planning]
ERP [Enterprise Resource Planning]
ERP system does not replace the computer of a particular department rather it integrates all the department of an organization into a single computer and provides a flexible database.
Benefits of an ERP System or reasons for growth of ERP
- Effective utilization of resources.
- Improvement in business performance.
- Reduction of inventory due to JIT approach.
- Integration of information i.e. integration of all the department of an organization.
- Sharing of common data and information.
- Global Adaptation .
- Improvement in the quality of the product at the same price.
- ERP targeted all types of business organization whether large business or small business organization
- Lowers the total cost in supply chain management through JIT approach.
- Eliminate limitation in legacy system i.e. traditional system
- Order fulfillment improvement
- Improvement in customer service.
Steps in implementation of an ERP package:
- Establishing securities
- Migrating the data from old system to new system and ensure that data to be migrated is accurate and authentic.
- Building interfaces to other system like office system.
- User training: Training of the user can be started at the tine of test run and user of different department are to be trained in there respective areas. It includes: logging in and out, getting to know the system, trying sample transaction in the entire department.
- Parallel run: Under this business transaction are carried on both new system as well as old system and the implementation team take care of any problem or errors which comes to the light of parallel run.
- User documentation: It is different from general documentation. It includes how to carry out transaction.
- Post implementation: It generally involves queries from user and minor changes can be possible in the formats.
- System monitoring and fine tuning: IT peoples monitors system closely to see performance aspects so that end user can get the full benefits of ERP system.
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