The Benefits of ERP Systems
14 Aug

The benefits of ERP systems

It is well known that ERP systems are no longer an option, but a must for every business. Nevertheless, many are not particularly familiar with 'Enterprise Resource Planning' and its benefits. To change the latter, here is a list of how ERP systems really help companies. What are the benefits of ERP?

1. one software for all

All functions are available to the entire company in one system. With the ERP system, fees for many different software can be saved and the effort of constantly implementing new software is limited to a large number of users. ERP implementation. In addition, all the company's data is in one place through the ERP. Everything can always be accessed easily and quickly in the system. In addition, extensive evaluations of data from different areas of the company can be carried out.

2. reduction ERP advantages of the manual effort

Through the standardisation, the maintenance of the data is limited to one system. This not only reduces the manual effort, but also prevents errors that can occur in the multiple maintenance of data. Data maintenance occur quickly in different systems.

3. improved customer service

Since everyone with the ERP always has immediate access to all customer data, every employee (sales or support) can help every customer. The necessary basis for an optimal Customer Relationship Management!

4. warehouse management simple and clear

the warehouse management is greatly simplified when you have an insight into the exact stock level by means of ERP. Goods can be reduced or new orders can be placed in time. This guarantees fast delivery times.

5 Optimised communication

Every document is stored directly in the ERP system. The constant accessibility, the internal messaging system with reminders and to-do's, improves the cooperation within the company enormously. In addition, contact with other companies can also be simplified through applications such as supplier evaluation or contact management.

6. improved workflows

The functions of the ERP system can be used to standardise and optimise company processes. This ensures faster and more efficient work.

7. efficient personnel planning

Operational plans and optimal Resource planning help to improve the deployment of employees. Different working time models can also be flexibly managed using ERP.

8. good project management

With the functions of an ERP, projects can easily be implemented successfully. Thanks to a good overview and simple tools for project billing and Project controllingYou are always up to date and have an overview of all projects. This way, you can also intervene quickly if a project takes a critical course.

9. optimised production

The ability to keep an eye on production and costs at all times means that improvements can be made flexibly (e.g. due to order density) and production costs can be calculated in such a way that efficiency is quickly visible for the company.

10. financial accounting integrated and efficient

The bookings in the ERP system can be at least partially automated. This saves time. Complex metrics are taken into account and accounted for. Through the quick access to evaluations of all this data, the management has the possibility to work much faster and more flexibly with the financial accounting to handle. Efficient for the company.

11. key figures at a glance

Important decisions can be made on a completely new basis due to the constant access to data. The complete overview of the company helps not only to make decisions but also to justify them afterwards.

12. result: ERP benefit = success

With a suitable ERP system, one can save time in various areas and use employees correctly and efficiently. In addition, costs such as those of production can be kept low due to constant access to accurate data. This not only satisfies customers, but also improves day-to-day operations. Business management can also be optimised through an accurate overview of the entire financial accounting.
Besides being successful, an ERP system has a high benefit for a company of any size. Therefore, it is worthwhile without exception.

 

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