Enterprise Resource Planning Process

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Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system was presented in 1990 by Gartner Group, a famous managing company in the United States. It is a tremendous information managing system which can be used in managing products, customers, financing, employees, etc. (Kumar, 2015). All the information is updated into the system in the real time. The ERP system can be utilized in every department of an organization. For example, purchase department can use ERP to ensure the amount of raw material which should be purchased in the future; ERP can also assist the audit department to check the working process of every department.
There is no denying that ERP systems are playing an important role in current organizations. There are several reasons that can justify
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Because of this, the organization should go through these planning steps which can ensure the successful ERP utilization. Strategic planning is the first step (O’Donnell, 2015). Firstly, the organization has to build a project team which is consisted by every department of it. After inspecting the business process, the team should present goals and objectives. Then, the team can develop a schedule of the project (O’Donnell, 2015). The second step is checking the procedure. Before developing standard operation procedures, the team should spot the manual process (O’Donnell, 2015); this is because it is important to the ERP system application. Additionally, data needs to be collected by the team. Without doubt, the data should be developed, include: gather new data, double-check data and dislodge useless data. Certainly, the team’s and the database’s capability should be improved and tested: this is the fourth step. Finally, the system can be operated with careful evaluation (O’Donnell, 2015). Therefore, in order to guarantee the effective and efficient ERP system implementation, these five planing steps need to be gone …show more content…
Firstly, some companies do not set up a clear destination: they should ensure what is the success for them (Admin, 2013). For instance, if an organization does not define its destination, their goal will be a “fickle” point. Because of this, the organization cannot use the ERP system efficiently as expected. Moreover, a good plan is essential (Admin, 2013). Currently, most of the organizations make plans before they use the ERP system, but many of them do not make a good plan. A good plan is detailed, specific and realistic (Admin, 2013): people who work in the ERP system need to understand it. In addition, on the job training is also necessary. Normally, an ERP system can be used for a decade in a company, and most of the employees can experience one or two ERP system in their working life (Admin, 2013). Nevertheless, some employees may use the ERP system with low level of efficiency because they are unfamiliar with

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