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Oracle Implementation Options

Posted on August 13th, 2008 by Sanjit Anand |Print This Post Print This Post |Email This Post Email This Post

A typical ERP Deployment for any Global company typical consider as Global, Regional or Local Deployment , which can be best understood as:

  • Global ERP -Corporations with common business areas that are seeking to centralize management and standardize business processes across geographies and divisions
  • Regional ERP -Corporations that operate in group of regional businesses which need to meet unique requirements of particular markets and comply with statutory or legal requirements
  • Local ERP -Corporations with significantly different business areas having significantly different business process requirements

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Implementation : Reason why companies undertake ERP?

Posted on July 24th, 2008 by Sanjit Anand |Print This Post Print This Post |Email This Post Email This Post

dgreybarrow-2This was a reader question : What are major reason, why companies undertake ERP in there business Line?

Answering to this question is very subjective matter and if you ask to ERP implementor, they can figure out n number of reason , but outmost these are very common:

  1. A need to replace Outdated Business application
    • As we required Common processes and procedures
    • As need common shared data
    • As Need common reporting
  2. A need to consolidate IT Platform
    • need to replace legacy system
    • Need to reduce the IT cost(will see this in another post , how this affected)
    • Need to connect with emerging technology gateway.

In simple words, these are major five reason why companies undertake ERP.

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Integrated Financial Information

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checkmarkStandardize and speed up manufacturing operation

checkmarkReduce Inventory and decrease Procurement Cycle

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