The Contribution of Enterprise Systems

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Running head: THE CONTRIBUTION OF ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS 1 The Contribution of Enterprise Systems Deanna Darrett IT/205 February 24, 2012 Florence Duvall
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THE CONTRIBUTION OF ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS 2 The Contribution of Enterprise Systems Enterprise systems which are also known as enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems, is a system that uses lots of different combined software’s on one single database. With an enterprise system a company does not have to use a separate system for each department. All departments can run their software on this one system, this makes it easier so that all of the department’s information is stored into one single system. With all of the organizations information stored into one centralized database it enables information to be shared among the different departments. For example, the sales department can transmit information over to the manufacturing department so that they know exactly how many products they have in stock, and if more is needed depending on the sales created. Using an enterprise system can benefit a company in so many ways it can help
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