You may have discovered our website simply trying to gain a better understanding of what is ERP and how it might impact your organization. You may come at it from a software developer angle wondering whether you might wish to explore a career in this field with one of the many ERP software companies out there providing its services to industry. You may find yourself within a company that is in the process of implementing ERP, therefor you may be trying to learn more about the topic and how it make effect not just the organization, but your particular department or business unit….or possibly how it might effect you in your occupation.
There is something for everyone at this website if you are interested in the the topic of enterprise resource planning. The impact ERP has on industry and more importantly the positive influence it exerts within a company continues to expand. Though despite the greater widespread adoption of ERP business system solutions, many people still do not have a solid understanding of what it is and how it works. This is probably partly due to the way we talk about it. If an acronym exist for something, then chances are that is likely this something will not altogether be easy to understand in its full form Such is the case with ERP. As a result of this, we try to bring you information about ERP from many perspectives across many related topics. So chances are that if you are looking for some answers or possibly some ERP related ideas that can stimulate your thinking about the subject, you may find it here in this section.
One of the things I learned early on in my career is that enterprise resource planning is not anything really tangible you can put you finger on, but rather a collection of ideas, ways of operating, tools for utilization, and importantly an ongoing view of how organizations should operate. In other words, under the umbrella of ERP, the business will take on a shape that in the past you would not even have recognized as you would have been unable to effectively measure. I guess that is one thing I like a lot about ERP. It helps you maintain ongoing diagnostics and measure the health of the patient (i.e. the company).