Enterprise Resource Planning

ERP modules can be used to administer a number of aspects of an enterprise. This includes everything like tasks management, employee management, project management, human resources, sales, payroll, CRM, Clients management, vendor management and other critical components of a business through interconnected dashboards.

ERP becomes useful due to its integration of organizational systems so as to make it beneficial. So, deployment of EPRs involves business process re-engineering, employee mentoring and backend IT support. This includes database integration, analytics and ad hoc reporting.

ERP software can be on Premise and Cloud based ERPs. The on premise ones have a complex architecture that are actually large, homogenous systems that does not confide to software as a service model. The ERP systems that run on the premises normally come from large legacy vendors.

The second is cloud based ERPs. In this system, companies store data in a cloud. Then ERP vendors respond with cloud based services particularly for mobile users. Companies reduce ERP’s cost and complexities by making use of this cloud-based ERP. There are also systems in which companies make use of mixed environments where a part of ERP runs on premises and another part runs in cloud.

There are a number of deployment options made available to ERPs as there is no exact model for running ERPs. Some companies do not want to put everything on cloud especially the aspects that are mission-critical for an organization. The reason is they feel that there may be security risks or loss of data. Some companies are also bound by restrictions and regulations in terms of geography and government rules. So, organizations make use of both ‘on Premise’ and ‘Cloud based ERPs’ depending on need and feasibility.



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