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Flexible Heart of ERP
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A central database that collects information from and feeds information into all the ERP system’s individual application modules, which support diverse business functions (i.e. accounting, An ERP system should be able to respond to the changing needs of an enterprise.
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manufacturing, marketing and human resources).
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Comprehensive Modular and Open
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An ERP system has to have an open system architecture, meaning that any module can be interfaced with or detached whenever required without affecting the other modules. An ERP system should be able to support a variety of organizational functions and must be suitable for a wide
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Unformatted text preview: range of business organizations. 1. Flexible 2. Modular and open 3. Comprehens ive 4. Beyond the company Beyond the Company An ERP system must not be confined to organizational boundaries but rather support online connectivity to business partners or customers. Characteristics of a true ERP system: 1. Knowledge management systems 2. Content management systems 3. Workflow management Confidentiality systems 4. Groupware systems The assurance that messages and information are available only to those who are authorized to view them. The strengths of the collaboration process lie with the integration of many systems, namely:...
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Exam2 - FC_Txt2 - range of business organizations. 1....

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