The Contribution of Enterprise Systems

The Contribution of Enterprise Systems - What are...

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What are enterprise systems? Provide examples of organizational functions supported by enterprise systems. When first introduced to enterprise systems, also known as enterprise resource planning systems (ERP), they are based on a collection of integrated software modules and a common central database. The database collects data from many different divisions and departments in a firm, and from a large number of key business processes in manufacturing and production, finance and accounting, sales and marketing, and human resources, making the data available for applications that support nearly all of an organization’s internal business activities. The good part about enterprise systems is when new information is entered by one of the process, and then the information is made immediately available to other business processes. It beats out the old fashion way of doing what I like to call “paper chase”, when the logs can be outdated and it messes up the fill orders or restock orders. The enterprise system helps bring
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