Monday, September 26, 2011

Corporate Training

Corporate Training Programs at eresource Academy caters to your business objectives and goals. Objectives of our corporate training is to accentuate your workforce's core knowledge and learning processes all the while reinforcing company vision and ideology.
Our Corporate training processes are very effective and efficient. In many organizations, the in house corporate training is lacking or non- existent. eresource Academy's corporate training program has been designed help the corporate face challenges and take advantage of opportunities.

Our corporate training program focuses on the following:


help you build stronger teams

encourage and improve collective collaboration

improve decision making abilities

improve and transcend customer service

focus on conflict resolution techniques

address and help your organization prepare for change with change management

Regular workshops are conducted part of our training program and this will help the corporate in many ways. Workshops discuss and teach models of highly effective behaviour from leading business thinkers and emphasize practical skills job completion. This type of approach can result in a long period of reflection and continued change on the part of your employees. Our corporate training program addresses your training needs with your business goals and objectives in mind. We can also blend training with your company's values and culture.

For more information kindly visit: http://www.academy.eresourceerp.com/corporate-training.html

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What is the impact of ERP in an organization

The implementation of ERP is turns out to be a challenge for many enterprises, but their chances for success are greater if they get to implement it rightly. Nowadays, many ERP solution providers are reducing their prices and make the products more accessible to all industrial segments. They are also focusing on quick implementation procedures that in turn help these organizations save some money. High competition in this field also forces the ERP providers to show results in a short time of period.

Earlier, organizations were looking at ERP as a back-office application. Today many organizations are initiating new projects to use ERP in their sales activities, customer service and commercial planning. Majority of these organizations have found ERP system an ideal application to e-business functions, while others are taking several actions in order to use software that can facilitate client-vendor relationships.

Users in these organizations started realizing that it was a good decision to implement ERP technology. They also feel that it is really important to understand that the system as a basic software. This system also can be customized to accommodate additional modules and other functions as per the organization's needs.

One important area that could demand for additional functions is commercial analysis. You should use applications that allow you to measure benefits directly. These kind of applications need a well designed backbone ERP to make them work, and in this way it is certain there are a number of reasons to install an ERP system.

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Training Calendar - eresource Academy

Month Date Training details

October 14 and 15 Certification Program on ERP Management
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October 21 and 22 Certification Program on ERP Management
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November 3, 4, 5 and 6 4 Days Training Program on Pharmaceutical ERP (Exclusive for Pharmaceutical Industry)

This exclusive training is designed for the people who are using an ERP system in pharmaceutical industries as well as students of Pharmaceutical degree courses in colleges. This specially designed course will help in many ways and there is no doubt those who are attending the course are bound to become the subject experts after the completion of the course.
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November 11, 12 and 13 3 Days Training Program on ERP for Transportation Industry (Exclusive for Transportation Industry)

October 25 and 26 Certification Program on ERP Management
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Training Venue Training Division of eresource Infotech P. Ltd
TMA House, 1st Floor, Road No 16,
Wagle Industrial Estate, Thane West.
Tel : 022 4111 8000

Training Timing 9:30am to 5:30pm

Sufficient Enrollment Required eresource reserves the right to postpone any program due to insufficient number of enrolments.

Infrastructure We shall provide the entire infrastructure for the training. Study material will be in Soft Copy format. Vegetarian lunch, tea and biscuits will be served to the participants.

Corporate Batches We also conduct the above programs as corporate batches.

Course Contents These programs are designed with standard course contents as published on this site. Customized course contents would be addressed separately.

Send your nomination to academy@eresourceacademy.com

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What is customer order management in an ERP system

As integration of business functions is one of the key strength of ERP system, the integration process begins at the contact with a potential customer. Therefore, this process of customer ordering is at the heart of the ERP system.

In an ERP system the integration of sales and distribution to capture the order and ship the goods, material management to control the inventory, financial accounting to manage the billing and flow of cash, controlling to measure the profitability of operations and production planning to ensure an economical flow of goods to inventory and customers.

For more information kindly visit: http://www.eresourceerp.com/customer-order-management-in-an-ERP-system.html

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eresource helps pharmaceuticals produce product as per cGMP requirements

By now almost all the major organizations have the awareness that ERP system can provide an ideal software solution to address both their information and regulatory needs. In the pharmaceutical sector, the present regulatory requirements focus on better product and process understanding and on elimination of risks critical to patients and consumers. These challenges are efficiently addressed by integrated approaches offered by eresource ERP system which not only provide better control over their business processes, but also help them in manufacturing products as per cGMP requirements.

eresource ERP is the number one ERP solution for all pharmaceutical industries like manufacturers of vitamins, natural health and dietary supplement apart from the mainstream pharmaceutical products.. eresource ERP has been recognized as the best solution among its customers because they offer a complete integrated application that suits the company's needs in all counts.

Earlier many pharmaceutical companies with a MS excel paper-based system for running the business which consisted of manufacturing hundreds of products that used to take lot of time and valuable resources in maintaining raw material inventory, determining availability of those raw materials during manufacture, and in maintenance of records of lot numbers used in the finished products, an obligatory regulatory requirement. These problems prompted the pharmaceutical companies to seek an ERP system which would provide real time access to all their business activities. At last they were able to find a suitable ERP system, eresource, that has the answer all their problems.

eresource contained many other features which were in alignment with all future requirements of a pharmaceutical company.

eresource ERP has lot to offer to its customers. The prime benefits of eresource ERP system is it reduces operational costs and saves time:

less time is spent on entering, reviewing & approving data
lower cycle times (less quarantine time)
less on-hand inventory is needed
with less inventory, less storage space is needed
less time is needed to archive & store batch records
less product waste is generated
higher yield are obtained.
it improves asset utilization (return on investment)
alerting capability helps to fix problems quickly
eresource ERP is designed with operation efficiency in mind. Operational efficiency requires a system that addresses every aspect of your business. It helps to cut costs, enables quick market presence of the product, improve customer relation and comply with regulations.

Quality tops the priority list as far as any pharmaceutical company is concerned. Keeping this in mind, eresource ERP has been designed in unique style. Quality Control department with its integrated sophisticated Quality Control / Module which not only monitors quality by control plans in purchasing and production but also provides real-time process capability index for quick review.

eresource ERP system is designed to give end-users access to specific information, data that can come from both internal systems or from other data sources, and is designed to allow customers, suppliers and employees, access to role specific records.

Our ERP software solution provides a compelling gateway for information users who need to carry out their jobs more effectively and assist them with decision support. It makes use of a personalization paradigm to allow each user's experience to be tailored to their specific role by filtering out information overload.

Real-time access to data and an easy to use interface make eresource ERP solutions an integral part of your business strategy by providing a collaborative environment. Information is available to all stakeholders, from employees to your customers and suppliers, enabling smoother transactions, a higher velocity in decisions and faster turnarounds.

For more information kindly visit: http://www.eresourceerp.com/produce-product-as-per-cGMP-requirements.html

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Certification ERP Training Program exclusively for Pharmaceutical

Certification ERP Training Program exclusively for Pharmaceutical
The training program not only impart training on process automation through software but also teaches the process and functions of pharmaceutical Industry.

Learn process and procedure of Loan Licensing, third Party Manufacturing and Generic Product Manufacturing.
Learn Production Process for different product type manufacturing, like Tablet Manufacturing, Capsules Manufacturing, Ointment Manufacturing, Syrup Manufacturing & Vials Manufacturing
Batch Process and Batch Tracking Management
Learn the Validation and Statutory compliances in Pharma Industry
Learn Quality Complaince and Quality Control Procedures
Elements and Philosophy of Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance
Material Requirement Planning
Manufacturing Resource Planning as per cGMP Learn
Learn about Stability records, Validation protocols, Formulation documentation,
Learn documentation standards for Pharma Industry for Domestic Sales and Exports, including Excise documentation process and procedures.
What it is required to grow Pharma business faster and more profitable
Know how do you gain visibility of all your operations faster and gain operational excellence.
Also

Material Receipts against Orders
Approval & Rejection of Materials by Quality Control
A R No. assigning against various batches.
Stock Status such as Quarantine, Rejection, Approved
Stock issues based on system generated requisition as per standard formulas.
Validations on issue of expired based material & as per FEFO (First Expired First Out)
A.R.No. Status
Retesting of Materials as per Retest Over Due Report
Conversion of various grades on approval of Quality Control
Excess Return from Production, Material Transfers & Stock Adjustment
Additional Requisition of materials for Producton.
Issues for Job Work & Return (Third Party Job Work)
Stock Goods in Process
Production Delivery to various stages & BSR
Cost Estimation
ATR (Analytical Test Report) & FPRR (Finished Product Release Report) from the system
Bill of Material for Raw Material & Packing Material
Quarantine, Approval
Module Training

Sales and Distribution Management

Batch Process Management

Total Quality Management

Manufacture Resource Planning

Inventory and Material Management

Accounts and Finance Management

Excise Management


The above mentioned details are skeleton information about our pharmaceutical training course. Comprehensive course information will be published in the form of brochure and leaflets very soon. Do not miss the opportunity to become a true expert in pharmaceutical-related matter.
Keep checking this space for more information and registration process.

For more information on Pharmaceutical ERP, please visit http://www.eresourceerp.com/erppharmaceutical.htm

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Wednesday, September 21, 2011

What are the advantages of HR module in ERP

As you are aware that Human Resources is a fundamental part of the scheme of every successful organization. Information received and handled by this department needs to have a continuous follow-up and correct evaluation for the professional development and the social welfare of the workers.

However, due to the large quantity of information that is handled in this department, (http://www.eresourceerp.com/Human-resource-management.html) it is becoming impossible to handle this task manually or by a legacy system which has its own drawbacks. ERP is represented like a useful tool to help and orient the users to focus their work in the direct relationship with the staff, and to link the personal skills and aspirations of the personnel related to the objectives and goals of the company.

Through an ERP system it is possible to facilitate the centralized control and decentralized operation, which allows the leaders of the human resources area to focus on the strategic responsibilities of planning programs of personnel for development. Meanwhile, the operative activities are assumed and optimized by their own tool. By this way, an additional value is added.

ERP is able to provide the management of the Human Resources area with an integrated solution to the different processes of these sections, which includes the planning, the administration of payroll, the professional development, work health and administration in general.

It is also useful for decision making and analysis. The internal communication is an indispensable part of the daily tasks of the department, and therefore ERP is also prepared to provide a solution in this field.

The implementation of ERP contributes to automate the processes, setting resources free to develop tasks of major interest and optimizing the different Human Resources processes.

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Who are ERP package vendors and what their roles

ENDORS are the people who have developed the ERP packages. They are the people who have invested huge amounts of time and effort in research and development, to create the packaged solutions. If one studies the history of ERP packages and finds out how each package evolved, then it soon becomes evident that every ERP package grew out of the experience or opportunity of a group of people working in a specific business who created systems that could deal with certain business segments.

Vendor selection is not a popularity contest and bigger does not always mean better. (http://www.eresourceerp.com/functions-of-ERP-project-management-team.html) While the financial stability, ensured longevity and broad spectrum of offerings provided by the top vendors are good reasons for selecting them, size is not without its downside. Size breeds bureaucracy and bureaucracy hamper personal attention and agility.

While small vendors that are not quite household names may carry increased risks in the area of long-term longevity, they may actually provide a better solution if they specialize in your industry segment rather than covering a broad spectrum of industries.

It is important to remember that the vendor, as long as they provide working software and capable personnel, really as very little responsibility for your overall success. Responsibility for success of failure lies within the four walls of your business, and if you import failure in the form of a third-party, it's still your responsibility.

For more information kindly visit: http://www.erppandit.com/Who-are-ERP-package-vendors.html

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Enterprise Resource Planning and Return on Investment

Though many organizations spend lot of time and money researching, analyzing and justifying an enterprise resource planning (ERP) purchase, they hardly spend any time to scrutinize whether the application performs satisfactorily and gives the required output.

If organizations don't establish specific performance metrics, (http://www.eresourceerp.com/advantages-of-a-web-based-ERP-solution.html) it will be very hard to gauge how well that product is working to meet their objectives, let alone correct any performance gaps.

Given that ERP system is somewhat expensive, some might wonder why more organizations don't engage in a thorough, after-the-fact audit. Reasons range from a lack of involvement by senior management to anxieties about whether the project will live up to its promise-and whose feet will be held to the fire if it doesn't. And somewhat surprisingly, after-the-fact audits are often skipped because no one agrees on what precisely constitutes a successful ERP program.

When the majority of the people you ask not may not sure about what an ERP is, it makes little difficult for your to search for the people who may know it thoroughly. On a technology level, ERP software integrates a company's departments and functions into a single program running on one database, a valuable step forward for improving efficiencies, because integration speeds up business processes.

For a HR manager ERP system is something different application from a production manager. For him it is a system for the employees to interact with each other. But getting bogged down in definitions is beside the point. The point is whatever methodology you use to measure your ERP, it should be applied consistently across the organization at specific points following the implementation.

How often you measure your ERP system will depend on the size of your organization and the depth of your software change. Typically, an audit should occur halfway through the implementation, again at three-quarters of the way through the implementation, and when it's complete. Then, you should follow up every quarterly.

There may be some further questions that how can the ERP application be measured up? Only a systematic, disciplined approach to measuring ROI can provide the answer. However, if the ERP audit focuses only on productivity gains, such as how many steps it takes to complete a shipping label, you won't get the clear of ROI. To get a clear picture the audit must take into account how well employees interact with the ERP system software. Whether the system empowers them to accomplish key tasks? How quickly do they adjust with its functioning methods? To get the actual result, user surveys should be conducted immediately after the training period and again six months later.

A polite approach to the employees to enquire about the functioning of your ERP system could get you closer to the software and its functioning. It will help you understand any shortcomings in the system as well as the need of further training to the employees which could make them more comfortable with the system. A logical and systematic approach to the ERP system by the employees is a must for a good result that ultimately reflected in the organization's return on investment (ROI).

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Web-enabled ERP

ERP applications are an integral component of any information architecture and today's application system are required to address more than the processes taking place within the walls of an enterprise, they must be able to address the players and processes involved in an extended enterprise that reaches customers, partners, suppliers and employees worldwide.

ERP vendors and developers must move to integration models, (http://www.eresourceerp.com/webbase.html) based on industry accepted standards and non-proprietary application programming interfaces (APIs). Web services promise to play a large role in this new integration model, enabling ERP functionality to be fully leveraged using industry standard technologies.

Within almost every industry there are business requirements to lower costs, increase revenue and improve operation efficiencies. In order to achieve these goal companies must connect internal groups, extend processes to partners, expand business opportunities and reduce transaction costs.

These business requirements can only be met by technologies that are cost-effective, flexible and agile. The technologies must support automated collaboration, real-time integration, secure interactions and low-cost coupling.

The new business models are forcing organizations to accelerate the business reengineering initiatives they undertook when they first began to implement ERP systems decades ago. To maintain competitive advantage, almost all companies must now be able to conduct their business on-online as part of an increasingly internet-based global economic community.

As we all know, the Web has improved performance and productivity, enabled collaboration, dismantled trade barriers and created an enormous range of global opportunities. As a result of the Web's burgeoning adoption and success as a means of conducting business, productivity has increased tremendously; however, the lack of interoperability has been frustrating to many.

Organizations must provide customers, employees, suppliers, distributors and numerous other parties with the information they need, when they need it. As a result, business systems and processes can no longer remain isolated and disparate. Business success now requires better performance from easier application integration.

Systems must share information internally with other applications as well, externally through Web applications, business-to-business (B2B) exchanges and value-added networks. These exchanges and transactions must be real-time, on-line and immediate - i.e. conducted anytime, anywhere and without compromise to security or transaction integrity.

Through the use of Web enabled services, the cycle time between buying and replenishment can be greatly reduced and the potential for errors virtually eliminated.

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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

ERP is a powerful tool, but look before you leap

ERP is a powerful tool, but look before you leap

AN ERP system is a very powerful computer tool and organizations can gain a lot of competitive advantage by implementing an ERP system. Unfortunately, it is observed that many ERP projects have not been effective and hence unable to achieve the results envisaged.

As the cost of an ERP implementation project is high, it is critical for an organization to make the project a success and start deriving benefits out of it as far as possible. But what is it that makes an ERP implementation project successful?

A well-defined project organization structure that details the project planning, execution and monitoring mechanism
An attitude that stresses on business transformation instead of process automation
An approach that brings about the proper integration of people, process and technology through effective management of change

Companies need a well thought out, comprehensive process to help plan, guide and control the entire ERP implementation effort. Before the entity-gritty of software selection begins, management should know how current strategy, process and supporting system work and if any changes should be made before the new information system is introduced. The pre-implementation stage is the time to re-consider the way you do business and to make a detailed analysis of the requirements and the expectations of the new information system.

Optimization of business process rather than technical innovation should stand in the focus of an ERP implementation project. Start defining software needs by examining current process that govern your flow of information and material throughout the order-to-delivery process and ultimately the entire supply chain. There is a common tendency to shortcut this very important activity but you will pay - sometimes dearly - in time and money for avoiding this essential step.

Take the time to evaluate your ERP plan before you commit to software acquisition and installation. Doing it right the first time is the only way to go. There are many people eout there who wish they had taken a brief pause to evaluate their direction.

ERP - A business intelligence application

ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) is a way to integrate the data and processes of an organization into one single system, using sub-systems that include hardware, software and a unified database in order to achieve integration, to store the data for various functions found throughout the organization.

The term ERP used to refer about how large organizations of the industrial type planned to use organizational wide resources. Today ERP is used in almost any type of organization it doesn't matter whether its large, small or what industry it falls in. How do we know what software system can be considered ERP? First, it must provide an organization with functionality for at least two systems or more.

However, many of today's ERP systems can cover more than just two functions and integrate them into one unified Data Base. Human Resources, Supply Chain Management, Customer Relations Management, Financial, Manufacturing functions and Warehouse Management functions can be found on modern companies under one umbrella - the ERP system.

The Key to ERP is integration. Its main goal is to integrate data and processes from all areas of the organization and unify it, to provide ease of access and an efficient work flow. ERP Systems usually accomplish this through one single database that employs multiple software modules.

The ideal configuration is then to have one ERP system for an entire organization, but organizations that are very large have been known to create an ERP system and then add external interfaces for other stand alone systems considered more powerful or able to fulfill the organization's needs in a better way.

The Ideal ERP System
The ideal ERP system would have a single database for all areas of the company and contain all of the data for various software modules, such as:

Workflow management, quality control, bills of material, manufacturing process, engineering, etc.
Accounts (payable & receivable), general ledger and cash management, fixed assets.
Training, payroll, time and attendance, benefits.
Purchasing, Inventory, supplier scheduling, claim processing, order entry, supply chain planning.
Activity management, time and expense, billing, costing.
Call Center Support, service, commissions, customer contact, sales & marketing.

ERP and Productivity
Before ERP systems appeared, in most organizations each department had their own operating system, data and database. The problem was that many of those systems would not be able to communicate with each other, so for example the financial of a company would have been on a separate computer system than the Human Resources information, thus complicating the processing of certain functions.

When a company sets up an ERP system, all aspects of the organization can work in harmony. As a result the organization enjoys increased productivity and may use less types of software.

Implementation of an ERP System
Implementing an ERP system is not an easy task. It takes considerable planning and consulting. The timeline for an ERP implementation may range between 3 months and more than 1 year.

ERP systems are extraordinarily wide in scope and can be extremely complex for many organizations. For instance, Changes on staff and work practices might be required. It is advisable (and more cost effective) to use specially trained ERP implementation consultants and not only the "in-house" IT staff.

Ownership of the project of the most important traits that an organization should have when implementing an ERP system. So many changes take place and it has such an effect on almost every individual in the organization, that it is important to make sure everyone is on board and will help make the new ERP system a success.

Organizations may implement their customized ERP system using ERP vendors or consulting companies. 3 types of professional services are needed when implementing an ERP system: Consulting, Customization and Support.

Consulting: responsible for the initial stages of ERP implementation, training, workflow, etc.

Customization: extend the use of the new ERP system or change its use creating customized interfaces and/or underlying application code. Some things may still need to be built or customized for an organization's specific needs. Support: Technical support and maintenance of ERP systems.

Advantages of ERP Systems
There are many advantages of implementing an EPR system:

It's totally integrated.
It has the ability to streamline different processes and workflows.
It is easy to share data across various departments in an organization.
It improves efficiency and productivity levels.
It provides better tracking and forecasting.
Its costs are lower.
It provides improved customer service.

Disadvantages of ERP Systems
ERP's advantages outweigh disadvantages but here are some of the most common obstacles experienced by organizations:

Lack of skills and the inexperience of the workforce may delay its adaptation to the new system.
Customization can be limited.
The organization might need to reengineer some business processes.

For more information kindly visit: http://www.eresourceerp.com

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Dealing with employee resistance

CHANGE is happening faster that most people care to think about. What is more important, change is happening faster that most people care to accept. In fact, most people do not want change! The premise is that change is not always good - that somehow it will have a negative impact.

Today, technology is exponentially advancing. It is very difficult to keep pace and stay abreast with these technological developments. We are in a constant state of change and continuous change and continuous improvements in the abilities of companies to do things better, faster and cheaper is an absolute must for survival in this brutally competitive world.

The main reason for the resistance towards change are fear of failure, fear of being redundant and fear about the uncertain future.

Fear of being Redundant

The biggest fear shared by people in companies going in for ERP implementation is the loss of their jobs. As soon as the decision about the ERP implementation is announced rumours about the new system automating all the tasks and making people redundant will start floating around. When a company talks about ERP and automation, the immediate reaction is that computers will replace people.

There is some truth in this fear. There are many instances where computers have made people redundant. But what most people fail to hear is that the people who are doing manual jobs before computerization were able to get better jobs with higher salaries once they learned the new system and how to use the computers. So if a person is willing to adapt to the changes and is willing to learn the new system and new way of doing business, then he or she does not have anything to fear. There is a very good chance of getting better jobs with higher salaries.

Fear of failure

Another fear that must be addressed is people's fear of failure - the fear of not understanding or being able to work within an automated environment. Many companies make the serious mistake of not insisting on a very thorough training program that will insure the employees have the knowledge and a confidence level of adapting and using the new system to the maximum benefit of the company.

Many view training as an expense to be cut. Beware of those that claim they can reduce this expensive as the results have proven increases the hidden costs to the firm that often exceeds the perceived savings. Training is an item that should receive the most serious attention by professional implementers.

Fear of future

Openly discussing and announcing the purpose of implementation and what it means to the employees of the firm can help to address the fear of the future. Normally ERP implementation investment is made so the firm can compete and grow the business. It may be implemented to survive, thrive and become competitive.

Whatever, the future expected from the implementation, it must be made openly clear to all who are expected to participate in making it successful. A feeling of excitement must be built from the ground up, in order for people to enthusiastically embrace the ERP system as the key to their futures. Without a feeling of confidence that things are going to be good, they may never try it at all. If they decide not to give the system their full support, you will not be successful in your implementation.

For more information kindly visit: http://www.eresourceerp.com

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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Who are ERP package vendors and what their roles

ENDORS are the people who have developed the ERP packages. They are the people who have invested huge amounts of time and effort in research and development, to create the packaged solutions. If one studies the history of ERP packages and finds out how each package evolved, then it soon becomes evident that every ERP package grew out of the experience or opportunity of a group of people working in a specific business who created systems that could deal with certain business segments.

Vendor selection is not a popularity contest and bigger does not always mean better. (http://www.eresourceerp.com/ERP-Implementation-Life-Cycle.html) While the financial stability, ensured longevity and broad spectrum of offerings provided by the top vendors are good reasons for selecting them, size is not without its downside. Size breeds bureaucracy and bureaucracy hamper personal attention and agility.

While small vendors that are not quite household names may carry increased risks in the area of long-term longevity, they may actually provide a better solution if they specialize in your industry segment rather than covering a broad spectrum of industries.

It is important to remember that the vendor, as long as they provide working software and capable personnel, really as very little responsibility for your overall success. Responsibility for success of failure lies within the four walls of your business, and if you import failure in the form of a third-party, it's still your responsibility.

For more information kindly visit: http://www.erppandit.com/Who-are-ERP-package-vendors.html

Please Contact us at:
TMA House, 1st Floor,Road No 16, Plot No. 6,Wagle Industrial Estate,Thane (West) 400 604, Maharashtra, Tel: +91 22 25827692/+91 22 25828775/+91 22 65130234

How to choose the right ERP

The foremost thing to understand about the ERP is that it is not a common software that can be used as any other software. As the ERP system consists of a revolution that involves every internal process, it must be preceded by a hard reevaluation of every department together with their functions, and the way they make decisions.

It is also to be understood that an ERP will not change the management functioning on its own. ERP is an important and decisive tool, but in order to obtain the desired results it is also important who will be commanding it as well as the way in which the data will be saved and how information will flow.

It is better that you assign an external consultant to evaluable a suitable ERP for your organization. The consultants are capable of evaluating the ERP system with functionality of your organizations in mind. They will also identify the effective needs of the moment. On the other hand, they focus on keeping intact the culture of the organization in order to avoid the chances of collision.

You also must take into the account the investment you are planning to make in an ERP system with its benefit equation. As the ERP is a system consists of many modules, price to be observed on the basis of total package until it is divided into several module units. The cost of implementation and even the chance of discounts when purchasing new versions are also to be taken into account.

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Can ERP improve General Ledger capacity

Organizations find it difficult to combine the reporting applications, and many companies had to spend a lot of money to ensure the effectiveness of their external and internal reporting. Also slow execution makes the records disorganized. ERP becomes the best tool to reorganize this function by increasing the data quality, combining the fields included in the different databases of one program.

Regarding the specific regulations and requirements related to the financial reporting ERP is the best solution to maintain company activities in order. It has the ability to represent the parallel financial reporting in several ledgers.

With the implementation of an effective ERP system, compliance and transparency are guaranteed, and it also makes it easier to gather and report the valuation bases needed to settle more than one account. Through this integrated reporting application the accounting is a simpler task to complete.

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How to succeed in ERP implementation

An ERP implementation can be categorized in two ways. One is implementing it for the first time and the other one is updating the existing system. The first one takes more time as proper research and preparation to be done. Also the employees who will be working in the new system to be trained in appropriate manner so that the system can be handled correctly.

The second method of upgrading the existing system usually takes less time than the first time implementation. Despite this, both phases take place at different times and require different levels of difficulty. Having to face the second stage is not a sign of failure, but a chance of improving the functionality of the system. What we must realize is that organizations need to incorporate ERP more and more on every day basis. As the market is changing every day there is also growing competition among organizations. Everyone is competing to match with requirement of global market.

However, we have all heard about organizations that have tried to implement ERP and failed. The question is why does it happen and how can it be that some enterprises get huge benefits while others loose time and money?

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What is the impact of ERP in an organization

The implementation of ERP is turns out to be a challenge for many enterprises, but their chances for success are greater if they get to implement it rightly. Nowadays, many ERP solution providers are reducing their prices and make the products more accessible to all industrial segments. They are also focusing on quick implementation procedures that in turn help these organizations save some money. High competition in this field also forces the ERP providers to show results in a short time of period.

Earlier, organizations were looking at ERP as a back-office application. Today many organizations are initiating new projects to use ERP in their sales activities, customer service and commercial planning. Majority of these organizations have found ERP system an ideal application to e-business functions, while others are taking several actions in order to use software that can facilitate client-vendor relationships.

Users in these organizations started realizing that it was a good decision to implement ERP technology. They also feel that it is really important to understand that the system as a basic software. This system also can be customized to accommodate additional modules and other functions as per the organization's needs.

One important area that could demand for additional functions is commercial analysis. You should use applications that allow you to measure benefits directly. These kind of applications need a well designed backbone ERP to make them work, and in this way it is certain there are a number of reasons to install an ERP system.

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