The role of erp for global businessesPresentation Transcript
THE ROLE OF ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP) FOR EFFECTIVENESS THE OF GLOBALIZED BUSINESS BY ASMAMAW MENGISTIEWashington DC, USAEmail – firstname.lastname@example.orgAUGUST, 2010
Introduction What is ERP System?
Definition of ERP:
“The ERP is an application that provides a unified system. The different data processes and sources from the different departments of an organization or institution are integrated in one comprehensive system with the ERP software.” Source: ERP 100 Success Secretes, Glen Godfrey2008, P. 55
ERP refers to a view of a company and all its parts as connected whole, rather than small silos of activity.
Introduction What is ERP Software? “… is a management system that integrates all the different aspects of the business,…” Source: Oracle Apps DBA, BanerjeeJoyjeet, 2008. It is a company-wide computer software system used to manage and coordinate all the resources, information, and functions of a business from shared data stores.
ERP relates to the integrated software infrastructure that supports the entire company business process.
Most Common Modules in ERP
Most Common Modules in ERP Manufacturing
Bills of material,
Most Common Modules in ERP Supply chain management
Order to Cash
Supply chain planning,
Inspection of goods,
Most Common Modules in ERP Financials
Most Common Modules in ERP Project management
Time and expense,
Most Common Modules in ERP Human resources
Time and attendance,
Most Common Modules in ERP Customer relationship management
Sales and marketing,
Most Common Modules in ERP Access control
Management of user privileges
Developers and other Super Users
ERP Application Software Comparison Source:
What is Globalization What is Globalization?
What is Globalization Globalization Defection: “Globalization refers to those processes that have made the world increasingly interconnected through important technological innovations in transport and communications, facilitating a spread of goods, services, information, capital, labor and knowledge across international boundaries worldwide.” Source: Globalization, Regional Development and Local Responses, Leendert de Bell, 2005
Enterprise Resource PlanningERP and Globalization Business Drives for Globalization