What is an ERP, Why Do You Want It, and How Do You Get It?

Jun 04 2015

Gartner, the world’s leading information technology research and advisory company, defines enterprise resource planning as: “The ability to deliver an integrated suite of business applications.”

They further state that:

ERP tools share a common process and data model, covering broad and deep operational end-to-end processes, such as those found in finance, HR, distribution, manufacturing, service and the supply chain. ERP applications automate and support a range of administrative and operational business processes across multiple industries, including line of business, customer-facing, administrative and the asset management aspects of an enterprise.

hands_holding_toolsBusiness owners and decision makers agree that the many advantages of an ERP system include cost savings in the information technology department, improved ability to provide positive customer service, and ease of use in sharing information. Process standardization and business innovation are the other two favorite attributes of ERP systems.

The best way to get an ERP system for your business is with a trusted advisor adding value to the software like Mantralogix. When it comes to implementing an ERP system, the online marketing website Small Business Trends says:

Your ERP implementation provider will be your ERP partner. Start your process by researching the best ERP implementation sources available to you. The best ERP partners deliver ongoing training and support resources, dedicated to determining a positive implementation process.

Mantralogix has a team of professional Sage consultants to help you with the purchase and implementation of your enterprise resource planning software – let us be your ERP partner. Contact us for more information.

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