production, trade, warehouse management, inventory, stocks, costing, distribution, logistics, delivery, service, budgets, finance, costs, procurement, invoicing, accounting and tax accounting, personnel, etc.
ERP is organized to use a centralized database and a common computing platform to keep the entire enterprise management structure in sync. Thanks to such integration, companies receive advantages such as having objective information about all divisions, quick response to changes and making management decisions by minimizing errors. ERP implementation reduces costs and increases profits for companies, so it is seen as a key element in business development. ERP implementation requires drastic changes in work processes and personnel practices, and software consulting, customization and support services are used to implement these changes. ERP implementation time for a specific company depends on various factors, including the size of the organization, the number of system modules and the readiness of the owners for such changes. ERP implementation projects can be implemented in stages and a typical project takes from 2 to 14 months, and depending on the complexity of business processes, from 1 to 50 consultants. The peculiarity of the implementation and use of ERP systems is that they require interested owners-managers of the company where they are implemented and a qualified integrator team.