Enterprise Resource Planning

ERP stands for Enterprise Resource Planning and refers to software and systems used to plan and manage all the core supply chain, manufacturing, services, financial and other processes of an organization.

Modules - Features

Financial Management

Accounting by SBUAdvanced Financial ReportingAuto Intercompany and IntracompanytransactionsBudgetary Control SystemFixed and Variable AllocationsLC ManagementMulti Company Data ConsolidationRecurring journalsVAT/GST CompliantAutomate filing of VAT/GST returnsVAT/GST input calculation (Purchases)VAT/GST output calculation (Sales)

Sales Management

Attach multiple document of yourcustomer by item and TransactionEnquiry and Quote ManagementManaging Consignment SalesOrder ManagementPricing, contract management andmaster data management

Procurement Management

Attach multiple document of yourvendor by item and TransactionConsignment PurchasesMaterial Return, Rejection andReplacement ManagementManagement of Advance paymentsPricing, contract management, andmaster data managementSupplier Quotation Comparative AnalysisTracking Shipment NotificationsUser defined procurement flow


Advance Credit Control SystemAuto interest calculations ondelayed paymentsCustomer Appraisal and RatingFinance terms definitionPayment terms definition andRecurring Auto InvoicingPayment reminder termsSupplier Rating

Inventory Management

Alternate/Substitute Item ManagementDefault Sales and Purchaseunit by productInventory ReservationsInventory Tracking and TransfersProduct profilingMultiple Attributes for productsManage Batches and expiry dateReorder levels by store and auto IndentSerialized Inventory Controls

Quality Control

QC RequisitionQuantity Breakups for samplingRule definition for testingSample and Total TestTest ApprovalsUser Defined Test Definition


Backward and Forward scheduling Manufacturing & Resource PlanningBatch wise analysisCapacity Utilization Vs ProductionTarget AnalysisDefine Calendars, Capacities, WorkCentres, Bill of materials, and RoutesGraphical interface for view workcentres and the schedulesStandard Cost Vs Actual ConsumptionanalysisMan, Machine and Material AnalysisProduction Planning and schedulingbased on Orders/ForecastPlanning independent OrdersProduction Status and WIP Tracking


BOQ Vs ActualBudgeting and Analysis by Labour,Material, Overhead etc.Creation of Phases for each ProjectOption to capture projectrelated costProfit Analysis by projectProject Budgeting, Actual &Variance ReportingProject progress/status tracking

Asset Management

Asset Acquisition and Flexi fields inMaster CreationAsset creation with flexi fieldsAuto depreciation postingAsset MaintenanceAsset usageCapitalisation of AssetsDisposal of AssetsRevaluation of AssetTransfer of Assets

Warehouse Management

Bin ManagementBilling ModuleInward receiving processMastersMove ProcessOutwardsPicklistPick and Move on mobile devices

Retail POS

Auto Replenishment Retail ManagementDay End processDiscount Management & Multilevel user security and approvalsMembership, Loyalty programs,Rewards and Gift CardsPricing by outletSchemes and Sales PromotionsSplit and Merging of billingTime and shift tracking


Self-Service Customer PortalService Contracts ManagementService Level Agreements (SLA)Team Hierarchies & TerritoriesCampaign Management & ReportingPrice Books MatrixReports & BIProspects SegmentationLead Assignment RulesEmail IntegrationCall EscalationsSurveys


Recruitment and Onboarding Payroll and Shift ManagementEmployee Loans, Advances, Arrearsand Leave ManagementPerformance AppraisalTransfer ManagementHuman Development, Training andResource PlanningEmployee Self ServicesEmployee Separation and ExitManagementOrganizational Structure
  • Administration, where setup of the various core settings in the application are done

  • CRM, where common sales employee tasks link to the other modules

  • Financials, where definition of Chart of Account are set up and the core Journal Entries can be created

  • Opportunities, where Lead generation are used to keep track of potential Sales and Purchases

  • Sales - A/R, where the sales flow (Quotation > Order > Delivery > AR Invoice) are managed

  • Purchasing - A/P, where the purchase flow (Quotation > Order > GRPO > AP Invoice) are managed

  • Business Partners, where master data of Leads, Customer and Supplier are maintained

  • Banking, where payment of Incoming (sales) and Outgoing (purchase) payments are created

  • Inventory, where master data of goods to be sold/purchased are maintained and their quantity/value in warehouses are tracked

  • Resources, where master data of resources (machines and people) to be used in production are defined (capacity and planning)

  • Production, where Bill of Materials master data are maintained and Production orders are created

  • Project Management, where you define projects (what you do when)

  • Material Requirements Planning (MRP), where forecasts of needed items in sales/production are defined in order to make purchase order recommendations

  • Service, where management of service contracts are maintained and service calls are created

  • Human Resources, where employee master data (names, contract information, roles, etc.) are maintained

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