The Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system helps engineers and managers to use the workforce, energy, materials, money, and most important information to achieve the organization's strategic goals. It puts the methods and solutions that have accepted industry standards, optimization and planning algorithms in the world into the service of the institutions.
Computer based ERP implementations support reducing costs, structuring production and marketing capabilities, and upgrading customer service and product offerings.
Enterprise Resource Planning software enables the electronic processes of business processes. It gives organizations the opportunity to innovate in business processes and to use their resources more effectively. The use of information technology in the business process increases productivity.
The effective use of information and communication technologies, especially medium and small sized firms, offers significant opportunities in terms of access to knowledge and opening up to new markets. They can reach the advantages of big institutions at national and international level in a short time and they gain a competitive chance on equal conditions.
Institutions realize integration between ERP systems and various business processes. Managers access accurate information at any time and receive healthier decisions in the light of the system's analytical reports.
Throughout our day, we are pursuing innovative thinking (innovation) in products, processes and services. The concept of e-business has now become an indispensable part of national and international business culture. At the heart of the e-business concept are ERP applications that maximize business processes and increase the speed of transactions. ERP applications are the first step in the transition to Collaboration Practices, bringing together customers and business partners such as business to business (B2B), business to consumer (B2C) and e-commerce on the Internet.