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ERP stands for Enterprise Resource Planning.ERP is a way to integrate the data and processes of an organization into one single system. Usually ERP systems will have many components including hardware and software. In order to achieve integration, most ERP systems use a unified database to store data for various functions found throughout the organization.
The term ERP originally referred to how a large organization planned to use organizational wide resources. In the past, ERP systems were used in larger more industrial types of companies. However, the use of ERP has changed and is extremely comprehensive. Today the term can refer to any type of company, no matter what industry it falls in. In fact, ERP systems are used in almost any type of organization - large or small.
In order for a software system to be considered ERP, it must provide an organization with functionality for two or more systems. While some ERP packages exist that only cover two functions for an organization (QuickBooks: Payrull & Accounting), most ERP systems cover several functions.
Today's ERP systems can cover a wide range of functions and integrate them into one unified database. For instance, functions such as Human Resources, Supply Chain Management, Customer Relations Management, Financials, Manufacturing functions and Warehouse Management functions were all once stand alone software applications, usually housed with their own database and network. Today, however, they can all fit under one umbrella - the ERP system.
Integration is Key to ERP
Integration is an extremely important part to ERP. ERP's main goal is to integrate data and processes from all areas of an organization and unify them for easy access and work flow. ERP's usually accomplish integration by creating one single database that employs multiple software modules providing different areas of an organization with various business functions. Although the ideal configuration would be one ERP system for an entire organization, many larger organizations usually create and ERP system and then build upon the system and external interface for other stand alone systems which might be more powerful and perform better in fulfilling an organizations needs. Usually this type of configuration can be time consuming and does require lots of labor hours.
The Ideal ERP System:
An ideal ERP system is when a single database is utilized and contains all data for various software modules. These software modules can include:
Manufacturing: Some of the functions include engineering, capacity, workflow management, quality contrul, bills of material, manufacturing process, etc.
Financials: Accounts payable, accounts receivable, fixed assets, general ledger and cash management, etc.
Human Resources: Benefits, training, payrull, time and attendance, etc
Supply Chain Management: Inventory, supply chain planning, supplier scheduling, claim processing, order entry, purchasing, etc.
Projects: Costing, billing, activity management, time and expense, etc.
Customer Relationship Management: sales and marketing, service, commissions, customer contact, calls center support, etc.
Data Warehouse: Usually this is a module that can be accessed by an organizations customers, suppliers and employees.
Modules Available in Our ERP: 
Purchase: Functionality   
Enquiry Pad    
Comparative Form
Purchase Order
Data Flow Diagram
Raw Material
Engineering Material
Sales & Marketing: Functionality
Flow Chart
Data Flow Diagram
Order Processing Form
Credit Note
Debit Note
Sale Invoice
Discount Pulicies
Advertise Pulicies
Credit Pulicy
Sale Invoicing
Human Resource
Register of Leave
Leave form
List of Employee
Employee Master
Gratuity record regarding employee
Maintains of records regarding
Provident Fund and Pension
Recruitment Process
Maintain salary of all employees
Salary Calculation Form
DFD of salary Distribution
Outstation Duty Form
Employee (Personal particular) Form
Performance Appraisal Form
Attendance Form
Plant Accident Form
Investigation against accident Form
Engineering and Maintenance
Activity in Engineering And Maintenance
DFD of Engineering
Indent /Spare Specification Form
Local Purchase Requisition
Log Book Maintenance
Unit and Fuel Consumption
Activities of GM
Gate Entry
Inward Form
Returnable Inward Form
Outward Form
H.R. (Related)
 Lorry Receipt Slip
Access/Shortage Note for Admin
Store Entry of Stock
MSRN (Material Store)
Receive/Rejected Note)
Material Issue Note
Flow of Store
Cash Book
Bank Book
Sub ledger
Trial Balance
Balance sheet
Functionality of Voucher
Entry Cash Records
Cash Voucher
Bank Voucher
Journal Voucher
Purchase Voucher
Sale Voucher
Employee Salary Detail
Cullection Detail Form
Check Bounce Detail Form
Transport Detail Form
Process of making Voucher
Data Flow Diagram of Bill Clarence
Cullection process
Data Flow Diagram of Cash inflow
Head office account
Salary Structure
Salary structure
DFD of salary distribution
Transport Finance
List of Reports

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