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Enterprise resource planning

 

An ERP system is based on a common database and a modular software design. The common database can allow every department of a business to store and retrieve information in real-time. The information should be reliable, accessible, and easily shared. The modular software design should mean a business can select the modules they need, mix and match modules from different vendors, and add new modules of their own to improve business performance.

Some of the technologies in which many of our consultants excel include E-Commerce, Client/Server Technology, Relational Database Systems, Objected Oriented Development, GUI Development, Web Development, Network Integration & Communications, Data-Warehousing, Multimedia Development, Business Analysis and ERP.

The term ERP originally referred to how a large organization planned to use organizational wide resources. In the past, ERP systems were used in larger more industrial types of companies. However, the use of ERP has changed and is extremely comprehensive, today the term can refer to any type of company, no matter what industry it falls in. In fact, ERP systems are used in almost any type of organization - large or small



WEB TECHNOLOGY

Intranet applications allow organisations to control a diverse range of information efficiently, and most importantly communicate, manage and share this information between relevant staff.

 

ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING

An ERP system supports most of the business system that maintains in a single database the data needed for a variety of business functions such as Manufacturing, Supply Chain Management, Financials, Projects, Human Resources and Customer Relationship Management.