What is a WMS?
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is a comprehensive software system designed to integrate and manage core business processes and data across multiple organisational functions. An ERP system serves as a centralised hub, facilitating the flow of information and enabling real-time visibility into various departments such as finance, human resources, supply chain, manufacturing, and customer relationship management. It acts as a backbone, connecting and synchronising the different facets of an organisation to drive efficiency and informed decision-making.
Why ERP benefits businesses
- Integrated Data and Processes:
One of the primary advantages of an ERP system is its ability to integrate data and processes across different departments. This integration eliminates silos and ensures that all areas of the organisation have access to accurate and up-to-date information. ERP provides a holistic view of the business, from financial transactions and inventory management to order processing and employee data, fostering collaboration and enabling better decision-making.
- Streamlined Workflows:
ERP systems automate and streamline various business processes, optimising workflow efficiency and reducing manual errors. With standardised processes and automated workflows, organisations can eliminate redundant tasks, reduce cycle times, and enhance productivity. This improves operational efficiency, cost savings, and better customer service.
- Enhanced Data Visibility and Reporting:
- Improved Inventory and Supply Chain Management:
ERP systems offer robust inventory management and supply chain capabilities. They help organisations optimise inventory levels, track stock movements, and streamline procurement processes. By ensuring the right products are available at the right time, businesses can reduce stockouts, minimise carrying costs, and enhance customer satisfaction.
- Scalability and Adaptability:
ERP systems are designed to grow and adapt alongside an organisation. They can accommodate businesses’ changing needs and complexities, whether expanding into new markets, adding new product lines, or integrating with other systems. ERP systems provide flexibility, allowing companies to scale their operations and seize new opportunities without significant disruptions.
Common CRM use-cases and workflows
Get notifications in your preferred channels (such as Slack, Team, Whatsapp, ...) for all the orders made inside your CRM online store.
Add customers to CRM
Automatically add people who have ordered from your CRM Store in a CRM you may use.
Generate customisable reports. Merge data from multiple sources to have a full overview.
Enhancement of data
Improve your internal data by cleansing, merging with external sources, ...
Predict what is likely to happen and why, based on reliable data analysis.
Automatic adjust product prices based a multitude of internal and external factors.
Keep your inventory up-to-date and make sure your customers have the right stock information