Different types of ERP systems

SAP

It is a comprehensive, powerful tool supporting the management of organizations across all industries. It includes modules for managing all key business areas, including finance and accounting, human capital, procurement and logistics, and service and administration.
SAP ERP is a key solution to support your business. Its meaning can be compared to the nervous system of the company. It provides complete and accurate information to the right people while streamlining and automating business processes. As a result, SAP ERP users work more efficiently, and the company’s performance improves. Each SAP ERP functionality is integrated so you can avoid duplicate activities such as entering customer data. The open architecture of the SAP ERP solution also allows for integration with other systems used in the company. Using open standards and standard software code coupled with the high availability of SAP specialists, the cost of maintaining the system is significantly lower than that of custom software.

 

Microsoft Dynamics

This is an integrated business software for mid-sized businesses. Every day it facilitates the work of nearly 2,000,000 users in nearly 100,000 companies. The functionality of the Microsoft Dynamics system consists of modules supporting financial management, budgeting, production management, distribution, logistics, CRM, service and business intelligence and control.
From the very beginning of Microsoft Dynamics, it was assumed that it would be better suited to better align with the business processes of the business, while at the same time as the new versions would be focused on simplifying deployment, configuration and setup, and above all simplifying maintenance. for users.
The User Center is a special view and pane that every user can set independently according to his or her role (position, responsibilities). They make the system easier to use and shorten the time it takes to find important information such as documents, reports, analyzes, messages, or even Outlook mail or web pages. All these options can be handled with just a few clicks. The revolutionary role-based graphical user interface (Role Centers) was created to increase employee productivity in the company and thereby increase the return on investment from Microsoft Dynamics. Easy to use and easy to personalize, you can customize Microsoft Dynamics to meet the needs of every employee.

 

IFS Applications

This is an ERP system based on component oriented architecture and service-oriented SOA. The system provides enhanced ERP functionality including: Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Supply Chain Management (SCM), Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Enterprise Performance Management (CPM), Enterprise Asset Management (EAM), and Technical Support, Repair and Overhaul ( MRO).
IFS Applications is one integrated product that supports the management of four major business processes: services and wealth, manufacturing, supply chain and design. Combined with software supporting key business processes such as financial management and human resources, IFS Applications is a comprehensive solution that caters to all business needs.

Thanks to the component architecture, the system can be freely configured according to the needs of the enterprise. The solution can be implemented gradually, allowing for an efficient upgrade of the IT environment as the business grows. The IFS Applications system consists of over 100 business components, which in turn are built with over 6,000 smaller software components. Each of them has clearly defined tasks and an interface describing what the function is. This allows you to implement changes and develop one component without compromising the balance of others. As a result, an efficient system is designed to be upgraded in an orderly manner without the need to radically change its structure.

 

Oracle ERP

Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Cloud and Oracle Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) Cloud are complete, innovative and proven solutions for businesses of all sizes who want to drive profitable business in the digital economy. Oracle’s cloud is in line with industry standards and modern best practices, making it a great cloud for the enterprise. Oracle Cloud Computing allows you to manage such areas as: accounting, financial planning and analysis, revenue recognition, risk management, corporate governance, compliance, procurement, project planning, tax reporting and finances.

ERP software is now the basic software in many companies. Oracle’s state-of-the-art integrated cloud applications provide functionality, analytical tools, mobile capabilities, and the security and collaboration tools needed to run the business.

 

JD Edwards

Effective management of the company, its finances, orders and customers requires the use of specialized tools that will not restrict you, instead create new opportunities and facilitate your work.

This is what ORACLE JD EDWARDS is, a solution that is an integrated ERP system. The system is characterized by high work ergonomics, functionality and the ability to add or remove specific modules. JD Edwards is successfully used in companies around the world.

The JD Edwards system is based on over 80 application modules covering all business needs of the company.

 


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