Every business has unique operating procedures and processes.
Automating and streamlining these would either involve multiple independent systems or much of it is still performed manually.
Having multiple systems or managing processes manually can be costly not just in terms of lost business but also unnecessary administrative overheads.
In the current business environment, where business is conducted at the speed of thought, businesses need to be lean and mean to remain competitive and thrive.
More than ever, sales depends on timely and responsive customer service, especially relating to inventory inquiries.
To meet these demands, a business should have a system that provides, among other features, real-time visibility into inventory availability, as well as timely order processing.
Automating and streamlining your business procedures and processes is in fact a necessity and no longer a luxury.
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is a business management software that consists of a suite of integrated applications that provide complete end to end solution, including:
- Core accounting and finance functions
- Business intelligence and reporting
- Sales and customer management
- Purchasing and supplier management
- Inventory management