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Enterprise resource planning systems, or ERP are management information systems that integrate and manage many of the businesses operations associated with productionand distribution aspects of a company engaged in the production of goods or services.

tacnetting provides for the management of company resources and capabilities CRM (customer management, billing facturacióny management, supplier management, payment management, etc). Additionally, it provides a balanced scorecard Corporate to obtain real-time reporting of developments in every aspect of the organization.

The main objectives of ERP systems are:

  • optimization of business processes.
  • access to all information in a reliable, accurate and timely (data integrity).
  • sharing of information between all components of the organization.
  • Elimination of unnecessary operations and data re-engineering. n de datos y operaciones innecesarias de reingeniería.

The primary purpose is to provide support tacnetting business customers, faster response times to problems, and an efficient management information enabling timely decision making and decrease of total operating costs.

LEnterprise Resource Planning is a term derived from the Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRPII) and followed by the Material Requirements Planning (MRP). ERP systems typically handle manufacturing, logistics, distribution, inventory, shipping, billing and accounting of the company. However, Enterprise Resource Planning or ERP software can intervene in the control of many business activities such as sales, deliveries, payments, production, inventory management, quality management administracióny human resources.

ERP systems are occasionally called back office (back office) and indicate that the client and the general public are not directly involved. This system is in contrast to the open system data (front office), which creates an administrative relationship of the consumer or customer service (CRM), a system that deals directly with customers, or business systems such as electronic commerce, electronic administration, electronic communications and e-finance, it is also a system that deals directly with suppliers, providing not only an administrative relationship with them (SRM).