Wednesday, January 11, 2012

ERP system for process industry

Investing in an ERP System must be taken with some serious thoughts. Once implemented the system must serve the company for years to come. It must also reflect how you do business today yet evolve through subsequent business practice changes.

An ERP system in a process manufacturing company depends on data from every corner of the business such as inventory receipts, quality assurance test results, production records, customer orders, payments from customers, payments for purchases, shipments and invoices, maintenance of equipment and facilities, investments as well as several others heads under taxes. Therefore it is very important that the ERP system must be designed to reflect very need of the company's business processes.

With the implementation of eresource ERP in the process industry segment, distribution processes become streamlined and the supply chain will be more responsive. Plant executives get an effective ERP system to respond to that demand for shorter response times. Variable customer requirements, reduced inventory levels, ever-changing schedules and shorter production runs also impact plant operations - and necessitate the use of automation to ensure peak efficiency.

Innovations and developments over the past few years in the Information Technology have resulted in a reduction in labor, and the widespread use of process control instruments. These developments have increased information flow between the plant floor and the ERP system. eresource ERP provides required support to your business process a smooth and steady progress. eresource's web-based ERP system enables the real-time, plant floor information to control information in a manufacturing environment.

In a process industry ERP system, factory floor is always on the focus, specifically on the operator/user who is the most intelligent agent in a manufacturing environment. With eresource ERP system implemented, automatic data capture provides real-time updates to your inventory, improving the speed, ease, and accuracy of data capture. Each operator/user is connected through the ERP system, to everyone else in the plant floor, and to all plant floors within the organization. This operations-centric manufacturing environment-where information is shared within and between plants and planning in real time - is truly the efficient supply chain.

What is most important is that with eresource ERP system all your production process and all other manufacturing process are easily integrated and it enables automatic data collection. When you implement eresource you have an ERP system that is agile, adaptable, and easy to link with everyone in the organization.


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Business flexibility and control implement eresource ERP

Which is the perfect ERP system for you? This must be first question asked yourself before you select an ERP system for your company. From conventional ERP to Web-based system and Cloud ERP as there are many variant available in the ERP market, selecting the right ERP for you is very important.

Selection of right ERP system for your company depends on a number of criteria. This includes functionality of potential ERP systems relative to your business requirements, cost-factor and your organization's need. It is also important to consider whether you would like to go for a short-term vs. longer-term costs. Ultimately this decision could be further narrowed down to two main variables: complexity and control.

Large companies with huge number of employees need to control their IT infrastructures because they view business technology as a competitive advantage. These companies are more likely to find that traditional on-premise ERP systems to meet their business needs. With their larger background these types of systems can provide the flexibility and control that these organizations are demanding.

On the other hand, most of the small and mid-sized companies consider the ERP function as a tool to excel in their day-to-day business process. They don't mind outsourcing by getting the facility from outside their compound wall. For these types of companies, Software as a Service or the Cloud ERP solutions often makes more sense.

Global presence of each company also varies depending on their strength and operations also their supply chain sophistication, diversified products, and customer interfaces that provide competitive advantages over their competitors. Companies with higher levels of complexity and sophistication can consider either on premise or hosted off-site (in the cloud).

It is also a fact that almost every midmarket ERP suite shares several common modules, the differences among solutions tend to be quite granular within these modules. Also, even if different packages offer the same feature - say, sales-order management - it might not be bundled in the same module; some vendors include sales-order management in their CRM suites while others package it in their SCM suites.

What is the taken in to account when evaluating an effective ERP system is that key to an ERP package is tight integration between modules, so that all of the core business modules are related.

As every company is different and has different business needs, so it is important to understand which types of ERP systems will work best in your situation. For more information and comprehensive evaluation of each variant, please write to us or call us today.



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