Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System

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Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System Overview

What are ERP Systems?

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems are platforms that handles all the resources required to make, ship, and account for customer orders. It does this by integrating all the information flowing through the various departments of a large complex organization.

ERP traditionally involved many different processes, such as manufacturing, supply chain, and accounting. ERP systems have also expanded beyond their original business functions to include newer functional areas like Business Intelligence (BI), CRM and Marketing Automation, and eCommerce. As a result, modern ERP can benefit a broader range of companies than the traditional manufacturing-centric users.

The entire data flow across these functions is enabled by a central database that manages the data flow. All functions see and operate with the same data. This unified view of a business’s data mitigates discrepancies across departments and business units and makes financial processes more efficient.. For example, adopting an ERP system can streamline accounting and financial reporting and resource planning.

ERP Features & Capabilities

ERP systems have a very broad range of capabilities, including:

  • Accounting

  • Inventory Management

  • Payroll Management

  • Reporting and Analytics

  • Project Financial Management Procurement

  • Risk Management

  • Logistics

  • Manufacturing

  • Supply Chain Management

  • Product Lifecycle Management

Cloud-based ERP Systems

Traditional ERP systems are complex, expensive proprietary products. They usually require consultants to implement them according to a company’s specific requirements and are long, expensive processes.

Many ERP offerings are now available in a SaaS (software as a service) model through the cloud. SaaS ERP products outsource most or all of the IT burden and maintenance costs to the software provider and off of the business using the system. Cloud-based ERP also make updates and upgrades easier to implement and deploy.

Cloud ERP is a more accessible option than on-premise ERP for many SMBs. For smaller companies, the total cost-of-ownership of a cloud-based system is likely to be lower than for on-premise software.

ERP Systems Comparison

To compare different enterprise resource planning systems, consider these factors:

  1. Deployments: Are the ERP systems deployed on-premise, or in the cloud? On-premise software usually requires more in-house IT personnel to manage and maintain the system. On the other hand, SaaS ERP products may limit your in-house customization and require more assistance from the software vendor for long-term support and upgrades.

  2. Cost: Evaluating the financial impact of an ERP system requires looking at the total cost of ownership, rather than just the price tag. To gauge the total costs of the system, consider both the direct purchase cost alongside the in-house IT costs and resources spent, or not spent, on the system. Also compare the functions that are included in each product’s base package and what functionalities are add-ons that cost extra.

  3. Accessibility for non-IT users: While ERP systems have made strides in usability among line of business users, there is still wide variation between products’ accessibility. To best gauge ERP software’s usability for non-coders, look for review feedback from non-IT specialists.

Pricing Information

There is such a variety of products in this category that pricing varies widely. Many products, particularly cloud-based ERP, are priced per user with some base per/month cost for the software itself. Costs per user can be around $7,500, but are usually customized to each deployment.

One major factor is whether to deploy an on-premise or a cloud-based system. Over the course of a year, subscription fees for a cloud-based system are typically about 20 to 30 percent of the cost of a similar system’s perpetual license. Additionally, an on-premise deployment will incur support and maintenance costs which are between 10% and 20% of the original licensing fee.

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Products

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Headquartered in Atlanta, American Software (NASDAQ: AMSWA) provides demand-driven supply chain management and enterprise software solutions, including e-Intelliprise, an ERP designed to support e-business operations.


CREST is a fully integrated ERP product for Trading, Manufacturing & Service organizations to manage their business operations. CREST ERP is designed to free up resources, increase employee productivity so that users can focus on growing the business. CREST ERP has a complete…


COMPANY/ BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SOLUTION FOR WORDPRESSThe vendor offers WP ERP as a unique interactive experience for managing a business independently, with a reliable information Storage & system of record, on WordPress. WP ERP is an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system through…

MonkeyPesa Management System (MMS)

MonkeyPesa Management is a Business management software for small and medium companies. The platform integrates work, projects, Human resource, internal communication, notice boards and so much more under one system. The vendor describes it as affordable, and equally as reliable…

ACTouch Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

ACTouch is a Cloud-Based ERP Software Designed Specifically For Small Businesses, Providing Inventory Management, Billing & Invoicing, Payment Management, Manufacturing, Online Accounting,Sales and Purchases, Order Management,Budgeting, General Ledger etc.

Bridge LCS

A software solution for logistics industries in GCC countries (Gulf Region). Designed to help to manage and control logistics businesses. Bridge LCS software is SAAS solution developed to help freight forwarders, customs clearance, transporters to manage their cargo logistics process.…


StackFX ERP is a cloud-based ERP Solution custom-built for the businesses in Middle East. StackFX is an all-in-one solutions and comes with features like Accounting, HR, Inventory management, Sales Management, HR Management, Payroll, CRM, Multiple warehouse management, and Integrated…

Serenic Navigator

Serenic Navigator is presented by Serenic Software in Lakewood as a comprehensive cloud ERP solution designed especially for educational or non-profit organizations, including community and social services charities, educational and research foundations, faith-based organizations,…


a3ERP is a solution for SMEs designed to give users total control over a business, from Wolters Kluwer.

Wolters Kluwer Adsolut

Adsolut, from Wolters Kluwer, is an accounting package for SMEs, accountkeepers, and bookkeepers, and an ERP package for SMEs who want to digitalise their administration.

Wolters Kluwer Arca EVOLUTION

Arca EVOLUTION is an ERP designed to manage all business workflows and transaction, from Wolters Kluwer. It is available in continental Europe (sold primarily in Italy) in various editions.



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MyClassCampus is an ERP for schools, colleges and educational organisations for unified and effective communication and resource management. Consisting of a mobile app and web-based platform, teachers, students, parents, management, and other stakeholders of an educational institute…

TYASuite Cloud ERP Software

Enterprise Resource Planning is a tool to manage, control and optimize business processes. It helps in streamlining all the operations under one roof and helps in improving the overall productivity of the business. With TYASuite Cloud ERP Software, users can launch campaigns, enhance…

Kechie ERP

My Office Apps offers a cloud ERP software under the brand name Kechie ERP. Kechie ERP helps streamline business needs by automating and synchronizing inventory management, procurement, sales order management, finance, manufacturing CRM, and warehouse management. The Kechie ERP Software…


xentral is a ERP cloud software from Augsburg, Germany that bundles business processes centrally for e-commerce, warehouse, production, fulfillment, accounting, and so on. xentral's product data management can digitize and automate individual production processes.

Infor CloudSuite Business

Infor CloudSuite Business is a cloud-based ERP platform for SMBs with integrated with Amazon Web Services that provides collaboration and analytics tools along with comprehensive coverage of the business process.

Infor CloudSuite Industrial (SyteLine)

Infor CloudSuite Industrial (formerly Syteline) is a Microsoft-based ERP solution focused on inventory and materials management with either on-premise or cloud deployment.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is ERP software?

ERP software is a system that centralizes the management of customers' orders and product delivery, including supply chain management, order management, manufacturing, accounting, and analytics, among other functions.

Who uses ERP systems?

ERP products can be used by employees across the organization. Personnel in finance and accounting departments are the most frequent users of ERP systems.

What are the core features of ERP software?

The core feature of ERP software is its centralization of business data and processes for production and customer order fulfillment. This unified platform frequently includes features for accounting, order management, logistics, and supply chain management.

How much does ERP software cost?

ERP software is most commonly priced per user, and depending on the feature set available. Some advertised prices are in the range of $7,500/user/year for leading products.

What are the different types of ERP?

There are some ERP products tailored to specific verticals, such as manufacturing or construction. There are also 3 types of ERP deployments: on-premise, in the cloud, and as SaaS.