A single source of truth.

No more disparate systems. Unify data into one common data model.

A centralized hub for all your business processes  Making it easier to track data and manage operations across the enterprise.

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Start automating and standardizing business processes with a comprehensive set of features and capabilities. With built-in best practices, you can hit the ground running quickly and easily adapt processes as your business evolves.

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Top 6 Essentials Modern Workplace Technology

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We seamlessly integrate with a variety of ecosystem partners and platforms to enable greater flexibility and speed to results.

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Frequently asked questions

General Questions

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is a business process management software. It allows an organization to use a set of integrated applications. The latter helps you manage and automate many back-office functions related to technology, services, and human resources.

ERP software typically integrates all aspects of an organization. This includes product planning, development, manufacturing, sales, and marketing. ERP systems track business resources, meaning cash, raw materials, and production capacity. As well as the status of business commitments: orders, purchase orders, and payroll. The applications that make up the system share data across various departments (manufacturing, purchasing, sales, accounting, etc.) that provide information to one another.

Organizations can use ERP systems to automate and streamline a wide variety of business processes, including:

  • Finance: financial planning, accounting, and financial reporting
  • Human resources: HR management, payroll, and employee benefits administration
  • Manufacturing: product lifecycle management, supply chain management, and manufacturing process control
  • Supply chain management: purchase order management, supplier relationship management, and logistics optimization
  • and more.