You enable only the feature you need. So whatever is your business management need (sales, human resources, logistic, stock, invoicing, accounting, manufacturing, etc), you are able to setup the application to match your need and only your need.
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One simple reason to do an ERP implementation is to lower IT costs and improve efficiency. Having a unified ERP system can greatly lower IT-related expenses, including management/administration staff, support, infrastructure needs, and application licensing. Using a single system also reduces training requirements for end-users, since they only need to learn one system rather than interacting with numerous individual applications.
ERP allows total access to every important process in your business by making data from every department easily accessible to you and your senior management. For example, you can monitor inventory levels on a daily basis, including future consignments that are yet to be received and inventory that’s currently in transit. By knowing precisely where you stand regarding inventory levels, you can control your working capital on a more precise level and more easily adhere to the strategy that you’ve developed for the long-term success of your business.
Using disparate, poorly integrated business software systems can lead to messy, non-standardized data. This increases the chances of year-over-year comparisons being inaccurate, making the process more difficult and time consuming. This becomes a serious detriment to accurate forecasting.
A modern ERP system comes integrated with all the necessary applications. Meaning, your data is standardized and the tools to see year-over-year comparisons and forecasts are built in. These are often presented in an easy-to-read dashboard format.
Implementing an ERP suite across departments means your organization has a single, unified reporting system for every process. By having a single source of information, an ERP system can readily generate useful reports and analytics at any time. This software gives you the ability to analyze and compare functions across departments, without the hassle of multiple spreadsheets and emails. One of the most popular reports involve finances (go figure). Standard financial reports such as income and cash flow statements generally are built-in, and custom reports can be quickly generated by users without IT intervention.
In addition to this, many ERP vendors also offer Business Intelligence services with their software. This BI functionality allows businesses to gain a deeper level of analytical insight into their operations. These insights aid in corporate planning by identifying both operational strengths and problem areas that need improvement. Providing this kind of detailed view into a company’s data gives ERP users the ability to make better-informed decisions based on end-to-end trends and metrics.
One of the biggest advantages of ERP software is its modular makeup. Most ERP vendors offer multiple platforms, and each one contains several applications that can be implemented according to business needs. Each application is designed to be able to stand alone or integrate with the suite, so your company can pick and choose which components work best. This means that businesses are able to craft an interface tailored to their company’s needs. Our INDIAN MESH ERP implementations are designed with the ability to seamlessly integrate into the full suite or to be used as a standalone module.
Along with reduced IT & training costs, an ERP can reduce the time and effort required by your workforce to carry out their daily activities. Properly implemented, an ERP can greatly reduce or eliminate repetitive manual processes, thus freeing up team members to focus on revenue-affecting tasks. The system likewise can aid in the adoption and enforcement of industry best-practice processes, lending familiarity to all actions across the enterprise.
One of the biggest advantages of an ERP system is data security. After all, at the heart of the ERP concept is data. Sharing data across functional silos such as Customer Service, Sales, Marketing, and Business Development enhances collaboration throughout a company. The other side to wide-spread data access is controlling who can see and edit the information. ERP solutions have intrinsic controls to ensure the security of your data. What helps ERPs maintain a high level of data security is that it provides a single input system. Merging information from multiple systems often causes conflicts between sources, but having a single repository of information helps improve the accuracy, consistency, and security of your company’s data.
INDIAN MESH ERP vendors offer additional services for further integration of your business. A few examples include:E-commerce integration packages for web-based ordering.Application Programming Interface systems that allow peripheral systems, like barcode readers, to be integrated into your existing system.Business Intelligence functions that identify potential problem areas throughout the business.
When compared to manual data processes and other approaches, ERP systems’ data quality represents a drastic improvement. This is mostly because the underlying processes used to develop the data are drastically improved, so there are fewer errors and omissions. Indeed,INDIAN MESH ERP tools largely eliminate human input, which is where most errors occur. As a result, you can be confident in the integrity and reliability of the data you’re using, which makes it easier to make crucial business decisions. This allows you to more readily take advantage of new opportunities that may slip through the cracks without prompt action.
Inefficient processes and decentralized data mean greater labor costs for businesses. These can be especially detrimental for small to midsize businesses (SMBs) that have limited resources.
ERP systems can automate and streamline daily processes, freeing up your employees’ time to do things that actually generate revenue. For example, software can automatically tie sales orders to the accounting system, or run reports without the need for complicated spreadsheets.
businesses should treat ERP as a technology strategy. It can efficiently automate and link administrative and operational capabilities such as finance, HR, purchasing, manufacturing and distribution to help achieve business flexibility and agility.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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We have enjoyed many benefits of using the smart erp application as an automated solution for onboarding new hires, especially when (company name) experienced high volume onboarding spikes.
Ashish GulatiDirector, Shinto Infotech
As far as the manufacturing side INDIANMESH ERP does a good job. It is when you get outside the manufacturing that you run into issues. The HR and reporting functions are not nearly as robust as other software that I have used.
Ashwani Kumar GuptaDirector, Global Knitfab Ltd
Even though we were still a small company at the time, we realized we didn’t have the enterprise system capabilities we needed to run the company. We were using a lot of manual tools to run operations, but INDIANMESH ERP offered us everything we needed – with many capabilities to grow into as the company grew.”
Rohan ChuchraDirector, Raj Paper Mart
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