What is ERP?

Definition of ERP

In accounting, ERP is the acronym for enterprise resource planning. ERP could be described as a database software package that supports all of a business's processes and operations including manufacturing, marketing, financial, human resources, and so on. In other words, the goal of ERP is to have one integrated system for the entire company.

The integration of all of a company's information from all departments, processes, operations, etc. requires that an ERP system be very sophisticated. This in turn requires a company to commit considerable resources for planning, training, and implementing an ERP system.

Examples of ERP

Two of the suppliers or vendors of major ERP systems include SAP and Oracle.

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