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History of ERP
Posted on: February 16, 2005 at 12:00 AM
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History of ERP: The phrase ERP formerly obscure systems intended to plan the use of enterprise-wide resources.

The phrase ERP formerly obscure systems intended to plan the use of enterprise-wide resources. Though the acronym ERP derived from the manufacturing environment, but nowadays it has much broader scope in the todays business era. ERP systems usually try to meet entire fundamental task of an organization, despite of the organization?s business or charter. Corporate, non-profit firms,non-governmental organizations, governments, and other large entities employ ERP systems.

Besides these, an ERP system would only need to provide functionality in a single package that would generally be covered by two or more systems. Precisely, a software package that offers both payroll and accounting jobs would be measured an ERP software package.

Even though, this word is characteristically reticent for bigger and gigantic applications. The prologue of an ERP system to swap two or more independent applications purge the need for external fetches earlier needed between systems,and granted additional benefits that range from equivalence and lower continuation to ease or boost reporting capabilities like all data is usually kept in a single database.

The ERP that earlier used as stand-alone applications include: Manufacturing, Supply Chain, Financials, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Human Resources, Warehouse Management and Decision Support System.

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Posted on: February 16, 2005

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