Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

Enterprise Resource Planning

ERP systems typically carry out financial and business planning functions. Examples of ERP system modules include: product lifecycle management,
supply chain management (for example purchasing, manufacturing and distribution), warehouse management, customer relationship management (CRM), sales order processing, online sales, financials, human resources, and decision support system.
One major benefit of having a single modular ERP system is that it can unite and link together multiple processes and parts of the business, making the business run more efficiently. By automating various functions, you can also benefit from having, for example, good order tracking, from acceptance through to fulfilment. In terms of the revenue cycle, you can track invoices through to cash receipts.
ERP systems also centralise the data in one place, which can eliminate the problem of synchronising changes between multiple systems, and allows business managers to get a more accurate view of the business’s information.
Having a single data repository can also lower the risk of losing sensitive data, if you use appropriate data security and authorisation.

We specialize in application developments.

  • Developing database applications with Professional Interface (MySQL)
  • Beyond the General MS Access VBA features.
  • Professional Interface( User friendly GUI)
  • High Performances / Unlimited shared users Security / User administration and control individual access permissions
  • Standalone / No Installation and No needs of MS Office or any other software to run the application.

Applications:

  • Inventory Control Systems,
  • Sales Managements Systems,
  • Registries,
  • CRMs,
  • Shared information systems and any type of custom database application.⁠⁠⁠⁠
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