What is an ERP System
ERP - Enterprise Resource Planning
“a business strategy and set of industry-domain-
specific applications that build customer and
shareholder communities value network system by
enabling and optimising enterprise and inter-
enterprise collaborative operational and financial
Objective of The Software
Facilitates Company-wide integrated Information
Systems Covering all functional Areas.
Performs core Corporate activities and increases
customer service augmenting Corporate Image.
Organizes & Optimizes the data input
To have a fully harmonised online system, which
can integrate with Back Office
To introduce proper systems and processes which
will not be man dependent
Integration is key to ERP
Some assembly required
Improved access to Data for operational decision
Elimination of costly , inflexible legacy system
Upgrade of Technology infrastructure
Tech Stack - Internet
2 Tier Application
Production and supply chain
Sales and operational level
Material requirement planning
Production and supply chain
1. Customer Relationship management
2. Sales ordering
Why implement an ERP
To support business goals
Integrated, on-line, secure, self-service
processes for business
Eliminate costly mainframe/fragmented
Improved Integration of Systems and Processes
Enable Partners, Customers and Suppliers
How should we implement
Obtain the right mix of people,
processes and technology!!
Different phases of ERP
Pre evaluation Screening
Gap Analysis Reengineering Configuration
Testing End- user Training
Post – implementation
ERP implementation Life Cycle
Competition In the Market!
Distribution network spread.
New Product introduction.
Lower manufacturing lead time.
Focus on industry markets.
Satisfying the needs of customers.
Develop specific business methods and
Integration with third party products.
Demands on the Industry
Better products at lower costs
Need to analyze costs / revenues on a product
or customer basis
Flexibility to respond to changing business
More informed management decision making
What is that ERP enables ?
Systematic Look into your Systems & procedures
Optimizing the processes
Enables you to adapt yourself to new technologies
Discipline across the functions
Subsystems of ERP
Store and purchase
Payroll and HRD
Production Planning and scheduling
Sales and dispatch
Inter office communication
Inter office data synchronization
Engineering & Maintenance
Advantages of an ERP
1. Highly Graphics based User Interface.
2. Readymade solutions for most of the Problems.
3. Integration of all functions ensured.
4. Easy enterprise wide information sharing.
5. Suppliers and Customers can be on-line
6. Knowledge transfer between industries guarantees
8. Automatic adaptation to new technology.
9. Sales and distribution
12. Improved access to Data for operational decision
13. Elimination of costly , inflexible legacy system
14. Upgrade of Technology infrastructure
Expensive and time consuming in implementation
Difficulty implementing change
Difficult integrating with other system
Risk of implementation Failures
Authorization and Security
User / Password level authentication
User wise activity permission
Tracking of changes made by users
Facility of authorization/approval of
Restriction in modifying the transaction
after approval is done
Online follow ups and status information for various
Budgeting and control
Online remote connection
Through file transfer
Web Notes ERP
Web based ERP which is offered by Web Notes
• 100% Web based
• SMS Integration
• Email, print, excel export
• Role based permissions
• Report Builder
• To Do List