An ERP system connects the workflow of a business so that you can handle everything from sales, order processing, purchasing, inventory management, production and invoicing.
An ERP system is based on a shared database for the entire company.
From manual workflows to full optimization
Back in the 1980s almost anything from billing and accounting took place in more or less manual processes. Sales orders, production orders, purchase exposures, timekeeping and much more which consequentially required more staff, to manage the processes.
ERP systems are inspired by the original manual processes, adding the modern technology’s possibilities for communication, integration, reuse of data and simplification of processes.
Automation and simplification of processes enables companies to more optimally meet the demands of scaling up.
We have seen examples of companies that, after optimizing administrative processes using ERP systems, literally double their monthly production without having to provide for more staff for administration.
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It makes business sense to simplify the work processes
Simplification and efficiency of production have almost always been high on the agenda, while administrative processes have not received the same attention. This means that the administrative burden and cost thereof have been almost exactly proportional to the growth in production.
Almost all companies have experienced a significant drop in direct costs for production over the last 30 years as they expanded into using established ERP platforms.
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