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Business management made simple: the ERP system and all you need to know?

Today, it is almost impossible without a well-functioning ERP system

to stay competitive in the market. That is why the usefulness of a system is nowadays

no one questions the usefulness of a system today. But do you know what the benefits can be?

of implementing such a business management system? In this post, we will go through the

meaning of the terms and the many benefits of implementing a system to

decide whether your company needs an ERP system. We don’t want to get too far ahead of ourselves

but the answer is almost inevitable.

 

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Evolution of the system

ERP systems have evolved considerably over the years. Initially, the

In the 1960s and 70s, the early systems were mainly used to manage basic production

processes. In the 1980s, a broader focus on business processes

wider range of business processes, including finance and human resources. In the 1990s

with the rise of the Internet in the 1990s, the availability of ERP systems expanded and more

companies began to offer cloud and web-based solutions.

Since the early 2000s, ERP systems have become more complex, integrating

processes, as well as analytics and business intelligence functions

analytical and business intelligence. With the rise of smartphones and mobile applications, user

access and management have been further simplified.

And with the rise of artificial intelligence and automation, modern ERP

systems are able to support decision-making with predictions and data

analysis.

The benefits of implementing an ERP system:

We use the example of our company’s business software, Bitrix24, to demonstrate the system

the benefits of implementing the system:

Process integration

ERP software connects and integrates different business processes and

functions such as purchasing, production, sales, and finance. This allows you to integrate, integrate, and manage all the processes, including ERP, financials, purchasing, purchasing, sales, and distribution

allowing unified data management and easy flow of information between departments

between departments.

Data integrity and accuracy

The ERP management system is based on a central database.

accuracy and reliability of data, helping to improve decision-making.

 

Efficient processes

Automates most business processes, reducing manual labor and

the potential for error. This increases efficiency and productivity.

Transparency

Provides real-time data on company performance and processes. This allows

business leaders to better understand the current state of the company and quickly

react to changes.

Simplify decision-making

Aligned data and processes enable managers to

Make decisions with the right amount of information. The tools

help you plan strategically.

A cost-effective solution in the long term

Although the implementation of an ERP system may involve higher one-off costs, in the long term

high costs can be saved in the long term by optimizing processes,

reducing errors and improving workforce utilization.

The main steps in the system selection process:

● Identifying needs and objectives

● Forming a project team

● Analysis of providers and software

● Examining references and user feedback

● Assessing customizability and scalability

● User experience

● Data privacy assessment

● Final decision and implementation plan

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Parts of the ERP system:

The ERP management system consists of several different parts, which are used to manage different business

different business areas and processes. They allow business processes to be

integrated and more efficient management of business processes. The most important ones are described below

parts:

1. Finance module

o Accounting.

 

2. Purchasing module

o Procurement management: tracking orders, suppliers,

Quotations

o Inventory management: stock monitoring, optimization of stock levels

3. Sales and sales support module

Customer Relationship Management (CRM): management of customer information, communication

o Sales processes: sales orders, quotations

4. HR module:

o HR automation

o Personnel data and attendance recording

 

Payroll and payroll management

Workforce planning and recruitment

5. project and task management module:

o Project management

Task and workflow tracking

o Project analytics and reporting

6 Logistics and transport module:

Planning and monitoring logistics processes

Managing transport and shipping documents

More information

Parts of the ERP system:

The ERP management system consists of several different parts, which are used to manage different business

different business areas and processes. They allow business processes to be

integrated and more efficient management of business processes. The most important ones are described below

parts:

1. Finance module

o Accounting.

 

2. Purchasing module

o Procurement management: tracking orders, suppliers,

Quotations

o Inventory management: stock monitoring, optimization of stock levels

3. Sales and sales support module

Customer Relationship Management (CRM): management of customer information, communication

o Sales processes: sales orders, quotations

4. HR module:

o HR automation

o Personnel data and attendance recording

 

Payroll and payroll management

Workforce planning and recruitment

5. project and task management module:

o Project management

Task and workflow tracking

o Project analytics and reporting

6 Logistics and transport module:

Planning and monitoring logistics processes

Managing transport and shipping documents

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Parts of the ERP system:

The ERP management system consists of several different parts, which are used to manage different business

different business areas and processes. They allow business processes to be

integrated and more efficient management of business processes. The most important ones are described below

parts:

1. Finance module

o Accounting.

 

2. Purchasing module

o Procurement management: tracking orders, suppliers,

Quotations

o Inventory management: stock monitoring, optimization of stock levels

3. Sales and sales support module

Customer Relationship Management (CRM): management of customer information, communication

o Sales processes: sales orders, quotations

4. HR module:

o HR automation

o Personnel data and attendance recording

 

Payroll and payroll management

Workforce planning and recruitment

5. project and task management module:

o Project management

Task and workflow tracking

o Project analytics and reporting

6 Logistics and transport module:

Planning and monitoring logistics processes

Managing transport and shipping documents

More information

Parts of the ERP system:

The ERP management system consists of several different parts, which are used to manage different business

different business areas and processes. They allow business processes to be

integrated and more efficient management of business processes. The most important ones are described below

parts:

1. Finance module

o Accounting.

 

2. Purchasing module

o Procurement management: tracking orders, suppliers,

Quotations

o Inventory management: stock monitoring, optimization of stock levels

3. Sales and sales support module

Customer Relationship Management (CRM): management of customer information, communication

o Sales processes: sales orders, quotations

4. HR module:

o HR automation

o Personnel data and attendance recording

 

Payroll and payroll management

Workforce planning and recruitment

5. project and task management module:

o Project management

Task and workflow tracking

o Project analytics and reporting

6 Logistics and transport module:

Planning and monitoring logistics processes

Managing transport and shipping documents

More information

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Partners

Hörmann Hungary

“The system has met our expectations, it is very helpful in areas where we use it, such as: leave records, fault logging, delegating service work, and CRM.
The colleagues at Office42 have an excellent knowledge of the system and are always very helpful and knowledgeable.”

Impulse Projekt SRO

“We have been using Bitrix24 since 2016 as part of a partnership that has fundamentally changed the way information flows within our business.

It has been perfectly tailored to our daily operations, providing maximum support for the display and storage of incoming and outgoing information with an easy-to-use interface that is fit for the 21st century.”

Saubermacher Hungary

“Our organisation uses CRM, PM and Drive as well as messaging functions primarily. These make it much easier to organise daily work, organise tasks and communicate directly.

To the best of my recollection, we have never had an enquiry that we have not received a response / solution suggestion.”

Arc relocation Hungary

“Our company has been using Bitrix24 for 7 years now, covering almost the entire spectrum of our processes.

All our services are tracked in it, from order to invoicing, which is a great help for us, and it can also be used well with other external applications, so our overall assessment is very positive.”