- Access to the information
ERP collects relevant information and thereby improves communication between departments. So, when you receive an order, the customer service, production and logistics department simultaneously accesses the necessary data, which greatly simplifies the coordination of the process.
Previously, business analysts consisted of reducing the heap of reports and spreadsheets. The days, nights and tons of caffeine were spent on getting results. Thanks to the huge technological leaps, modern BI applications are more interactive and effective than ever.
Heads of departments quickly identify shortages in the warehouse, delay in delivery or staff shortages. Based on this, they solve current problems. The top management, who is not ready to go into all details, sees the big picture and evaluates the trends, and especially savvy ones hit in business analytics.
When the process of assimilation will end (and with competent support it will end sooner), all the turmoil associated with the fulfillment of the same task, the failure to fulfill it in principle, the search for the guilty wil be eliminated. As well as spending time and money on restoring peace throughout the world.
… lies in the automation of any (and, better, maximum) number of business processes. The system itself will notice the lack of documents. The system itself will notify you about the shortage of materials. For many, it will be a surprise to see how independent ERP is in individual issues.
- Security and organization of data
ERP simplifies data management and provides instant access to it. In addition, the data can be organized in a way that is more user-friendly. And the built-in backup module prevents heart attack in case of problems with electricity.