Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
Enterprise resource planning, or in other words, business resource planning, is a general definition given to integrated management systems that enable the efficient use of resources such as labor, machinery, materials required for the production of goods and services in enterprises. It can also be defined as systems that are generally easy to use and that serve to bring together all the functions of a business.
Businesses can combine all their resources and use them in this system, today non-profit organizations, foundations and organizations also use these systems due to their easy and widespread use. ERP systems can often be presented as a complete package by combining two or more software. It incorporates functions that serve to control the flows that are needed by both finance and human resources (such as payroll). Since the business data created today includes many fields, it is possible to keep these processes in the database as a whole instead of applying them one by one, and it is possible to make evaluations and generate reports when necessary. Within an erp software, applications such as accounting, production, finance, customer relations, human resources, stock management can be found independently.
A single database can contain several software modules
• Production: Engineering Operations, Material Listing Processes, Scheduling etc.
• Supply Chain Management: Inventory Management, Order Entry, Purchasing etc.
• Financial Management: General Ledger, Cash Management etc.
• Project Management: Cost Calculation, Listing Operations etc.
• Human Resources Management: Human Resources, Salary, Slips In-House Training, Working Time and Continuity of Employees and Benefits.
• Customer Relationship Management: Sales and Marketing, Commissions, Services etc.
When we want to interpret all this information, ERP shows us the way from the part to the whole. Today, businesses could experience great negativities in possible confusion by wasting time with software that is separate and unconnected for each field. For an optimal operation: design engineering, order analysis, revenue cycle, purchasing, inventory management, costing and accounting fields should interact with each other. ERP offers us more than all these mentioned benefits.
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