An ERP in an information system capable of centralizing and unifying data from all departments, facilitating the flow on information. Many directors and managers rely on the real-data to make process and other related business decisions.

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Improve your decision making processes

An ERP system allows for the creation of a shared database with more information and of a higher quality than can be produced by separate systems, as these are produced in real time. This will allow you to streamline and improve the decision making process.

Planning for realistic future scenarios

Based on historical and proyected data, estimations can be made anticipating future scenarios.

Customizable to the needs of your business

All companies are different. That is why the supplier of your ERP system should perform a prior analysis on the needs of your organization to ensure that the application fits perfectly with it. The ERP solution must fit your business, not the other way around.

Integration with the rest of the members of the value chain

The new ERP II concept exceeds the limits of the company by adding other members of the value chain: customers and suppliers. Thus the supplier becomes a strategic partner from which we can extract a competitive advantage by actively participating in the design and development of new products providing their experience. With regard to customers, the ERP allow more information and higher quality that will allow you to adjust production and purchase orders to your needs. On the other hand we will have a database on our clients segmented that will allow us to carry out marketing campaigns oriented to specific segments.

Task Automation

Los sistemas ERP permiten automatizar tareas pesadas y repetitivas que anteriormente se realizaban a mano (generación de albaranes, facturas etcétera). De ese modo nuestros operarios podrán dedicarse a tareas más productivas que realmente son las que nos aportan valor. Pero es más, al reducirse el componente humano, caerá el número de errores (aunque no se eliminará del todo dado que seguirán siendo necesarias ciertas acciones manuales como la introducción de datos).

Minimize duplicate entries and work

In companies that do not yet have an ERP solution it is easy to verify that their departments act with some independence from each other, so they end up generating records and reports in duplicate. The integration of the ERP will drastically reduce these duplications.

ERP systems are modular

ERPs are made up of modules. This way you can implement the modules that your company needs at any time. If in the future your company evolves and grows your ERP will grow with it and incorporate new functionalities.

Greater control and traceability

ERP systems facilitate the tracking of the product throughout the organization, from entering the raw material until delivery of the finished product to customers.

Better internal communication

The ERP removes barriers to information between departments by integrating them and improving internal communication.

Lowers costs, making you more competitive

The greater efficiency achieved, the reduction in the number of errors and the reduction of duplicate tasks allow to reduce the business costs. Reducing costs will allow us to increase our profit margin by dropping the unit cost and Reduce the price of each product by reducing its cost.

Increased returns and return on investment in the long term

Thanks to all the above advantages, you can achieve an increase in profitability and profits. In other words, the increase in performance achieved with the implementation of the ERP compensates, in the long term, the initial investment made. In conclusion, while it is true that implementing an ERP is a complex process, it should not necessarily be painful if it is managed properly and the right team is available to lead the change. The reward will be found in the enormous advantages that will inform the company that incorporates this solution ... Are you ready to join the change?

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