Enterprise Resource Planning

Enterprise Management

For identification and planning of enterprise resources that are needed for sales, production, procurement and accounting in the implementation of customer orders, use the ERP-system (Enterprise Resource Planning System) - accounting information system of the enterprise.

The most common class ERP solutions are built on a modular principle and to some extent cover all production processes:

  • Creating sales and production plans;
  • maintenance and creation of technological specifications, that define the composition of manufactured products, as well as material resources and operations necessary for its production;
  • Planning requirements for materials and components, the timing and amounts of supplies to carry out the plan of production;
  • Project management, including planning steps and resources needed to implement them;
  • Financial management (including accounting, financial and managerial accounting and cost control).
  • inventory management and procurement: contracts management, implementation of centralized procurement, accounting software and optimization of warehouse and shop supplies;
  • process control (including capacity planning of the enlarged planning to use certain tools and equipment);
  • Customer Relationship Management (CRM).
  • management of staff.