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ERP - Enterprise Resource Planning systems

ERP solutions integrate data and processes in a unique system. Therefore, the main characteristic of ERP system is the fact they use a single data collection to store data from various application modules such finance, payroll, sales, purchase, service, warehouse, manufacturing, CRM and so on.NPS is fully committed to implementing, upgrading and maintenance of  Microsoft Dynamics integrated business information systems (ERP):

  

Benefits

Integration
The main advantage of integration of all application areas is a single entry. If you use several different systems, you need a lot of time for repetitive actions for the same data entry in multiple systems. This creates a number of different problems:

  • The loss of time due to multiple entries of the same data in different systems
  • High probability of errors occurrence
  • No uniform code lists (e.g. the dual titles of the same customer - Miša Perić & Mihajlo Perić, who have the same last name)
  • Data discrepancy in different systems makes it impossible to get a quality analyzes


Using an integrated ERP system means that we have "only one version of the facts," entered only once and automatically stored in all the necessary areas of the business application. All business processes / departments, all employees who use the ERP system and all managers, decision makers, at any time (in the same / real time, at any time) see the same picture of reality. This means that, for example, the balance at any time reflects the real situation. In addition, in the one ERP system can be a number of related companies –consolidation is than simple.

System integration brings significant savings in time, leaving you room for more creative and productive activities. As data is entered into the system only once, possibility for error occurrence is less and there is no inconsistent data. Based on the speed and quality information you can make decisions easier and the risk of losing deals due to the delay of correct information reduces.

Scalability
ERP systems are designed to grow with the company. 

Lower maintenance costs 
Maintaining only one system is easier and more cost-effective than maintaining multiple systems.

Comprehensively definied user rights
For each user you can define the detail rights, or to determine access to the data in the system, to limit what each user can see (and what not), what can change and delete...

  

Additional benefits

Integration with other Microsoft products
It is quite logical that between Microsoft Dynamics and other Microsoft products there is tight integration, isn’t it? Thus, for example, you can very simple transfer your financial reports from Microsoft Dynamics solutions into MS Excel, where data can be further customized and edited... or you can transfer the email addresses of potential customers into Outlook...

Guarantee of the quality
Microsoft Dynamics business solutions represent a safe investment because they are based on decades of globally collected experience and knowledge and on the latest Microsoft technologies. Permanent development and plan of improvement are granted and transparent – and published for the decade ahead. NAV or AX now uses more than 100,000 companies around the globe.

Support & Maintenance
In Serbia there are several Microsoft partners who are concerned to support users of Microsoft Dynamics solutions. Therefore, maintaining the operation of these solutions is not tied to one partner only.

10 signs that you've outgrown the current system:

  • Number of user complaints soars.
  • Employees are asking for the unlicensed software to be incorporated into system.
  • You can not meet the demands of partners and clients for information in the desired format or specified time period.
  • Internet is still not in use in full measure.
  • You have a gap between the 'front-end' & 'back-end' systems, because they are covered with unsatisfactory customized solutions.
  • The software slows, hindering and obstructing the users in performing their duties and obligations.
  • You have several data warehouses, but there is no integration between them.
  • You plan to hire contractors to develop additional solutions.
  • Maintenance costs are rising.
  • You do not have enough resources for support.


(Source: Microsoft)