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ERP in Industrial Manufacturing

Industrial Manufacturing companies are still faced with the challenge to optimize their operations, to reduce their cost and to expand their market share in a global marketplace. INDIAN MESH ERP can help all type of manufacturers to manage their production operations to achieve fulfillment excellence. It is a fully integrated ERP solution for SME (Small Medium Enterprises) and larger international discrete manufacturers. Our user friendly and flexible solution has a robust functionality for financial, distribution and manufacturing processes.

Manage Your Business with One System

A major benefit of using an ERP solution in a modern business is that you can manage many core business areas with just one system.

Let’s take the example of a manufacturing ERP system. The typical structure of manufacturing ERP solution consists of these main functional categories:

Financials, human resources, discrete manufacturing management, process manufacturing management, inventory management, purchasing management, quality management, and sales management
That’s quite a list! If your organization isn’t using an enterprise-wide solution like an ERP system, it’s probably using a different software system to fulfill each of these functions. And when businesses manage several business functions separately, many issues can arise. These include data errors, duplication of functions or records, lack of visibility into the business as a whole, and lack of communication between different areas of the business, to name a few. An ERP solution integrates all of these disparate business functions into a single system and allows them to communicate with each other.

Keep Up to Date

Technology changes quickly. Legacy enterprise systems can no longer support company growth. And many can actually impede a company from growing its business. Moreover, the cost of updating the programming of an old system often mounts up quickly. At some point, companies will find that it doesn’t make sense to keep an old system in place; it’s practical and financially sound to migrate to a modern, integrated solution. INDIAN MESH ERP keeps you update in all module where you can get update more easily.

Streamline Your Processes

When implementing an ERP system, companies are forced to consider—or reconsider—their business processes and workflows. It’s a perfect opportunity to assess what makes sense, what works, what’s important, and what can be improved. And by running the ERP system, your organization can gain speed, efficiency, and accuracy in its business operations. A more efficient business is good for everyone. A modern ERP system will help you meet the demands of your business partners and external stakeholders, and it can help keep your employees happy and productive too.

So through automation and integration, the ERP system can increase your organization’s productivity while reducing time and labor costs.

Facilitate Business Data Analysis

Many companies have mounds of data related to their business. Analyzing your company’s data is extremely valuable, as it gives you unique insights you won’t get anywhere else, such as your busiest and slowest sales periods, for example.

The trouble is, pulling insights from your business data can be challenging. It’s time-consuming, the data can be out of date and hence unreliable, and you’re often trying to make sense of hundreds of siloed data sets from various areas of your business.

ERP solutions can transform the way you gather and analyze data from across your business, helping your data teams identify accurate insights into your entire operation quickly.

Meet Customer Expectations

An ERP software system provides a centralized communication tool for all departments. It gives employees a global view of all customer communication, from the first point of contact to the most recent. So when a customer calls in to get a technical issue resolved or to purchase additional services, the employee at the end of the phone can quickly review the customer’s previous communication with the business to see the customer’s transaction history, preferences, service history, etc.

The end result is that employees can provide a more efficient and personalized service to meet customers’ high expectations.
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