31 October 2014
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How can the ERP solution increase operational efficiencies and reduce costs? To what extent it would benefit professionals across different processes or departments like HR, finance, production, sales and marketing, inventory, delivery and customer service? Will it reconcile information created in different sections of the organizations successfully? Will it help in coping with the growing business demand keeping stakeholders including customers and partners satisfied?  If you are going to begin with ERP solutions, these are the questions that would definitely pinch your mind.

Techvedic delves into the situation to let you understand the capabilities of the ERP solutions.

Effective Management Integration

Keeping people or workforce integrated is the prime objective of any ERP solution.  Real-time information is made available to intended workgroups or personnel thereby allowing them to discharge their responsibilities in a hassle-free manner. ERP discards the need of different applications or software and, hence, reduced any communication lapse. However, appropriate rules and permissions are set in order to avoid any data breaching instance.

Improved Organizational Performance

ERP bestows managements with a real-time performance monitoring system. Now, they can actively find out productivity and efficiency of team and individual employees by drilling down daily, weekly, monthly or yearly records. The insights also help in strategizing training and development programs to increase staff efficiency.

Better Strategic Planning

ERP also works as a strategic planning tool. Marketing managers can pinpoint their target market, understand its needs and customers’ expectations and accordingly plan their future strategies to get advantage and avoid bottlenecks.

Better Financial Controls

Finance is nothing but the heart of an organization and demands consistent monitoring of outgoing and incoming capital flux. Fortunately, ERP allows business heads to have a 360-degree view of that flow across different departments. With full integration of business analytics they stay on top of the financial situation and are in a competent position to take key business decisions to improve profitability and avoid unforeseen risks. Moreover, the accuracy, centralized management and compliance adherence coupled with transparency obtained in ERP is helpful in reducing mistakes in business administration, cutting down waste or unprofitable areas, and controlling costs relating to inventory, helpdesk support and marketing.

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