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Sachin Nayak 15-03-2022

What is Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software?

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software is used by various small and big businesses to integrate and manage their firms. Software like ERP is helpful for companies because it helps them to organize their businesses. Without a proper organizing system, a business works vaguely. Moreover, ERP also helps businesses in planning by integrating (dividing into parts/ segments) tasks that are important to run one's business. Certainly, making a business successful not only needs hard work but also smart work. Thus, ERP is that tool that helps you in working smartly. An amazing and powerful ERP tool always includes comprehensive modules like planning, purchasing inventory (outward and inward), sales, marketing, human resources (HR), finance, and much more.

A better understanding of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software

ERP software is not less than a bridge that bridges the long roads in business. Alternately, you can think it of as the glue that binds all the departments in an organization. With ERP each department still has its functionality but all of these departments can stay connected through this software. Moreover, ERP software also allows departments of different zone to connect and communicate with each other. A person needs messaging apps to share information quickly with another person, similarly, a business also needs software that can connect all its branches. Tus, that software is nothing but ERP.

Bottom Line

With ERP a business (whether small or big) can divide its process through a single handle. ERP provides a better view of working and allows various businesses to work better and allocate resources. If you imagine a scenario of a business working without ERP then you can surely understand that its working method is nothing but a pattern of the disconnected web. In other words, ERP software focuses on the free slow, and smooth transition of information (and communication). Thus ERP helps in synching the working of all the departments of an organization. It increases the efficiency and productivity of the businesses collectively. But as everything has its cons, ERP too has. If a company does not review its structure accordingly, then ERP might act as counterproductive for them.