The abbreviation ERP stands for “Enterprise Resource Planning”. It refers to a software that supports companies in resource planning. ERP softwares integrate a variety of business applications and operational data. Therefore, databases that are created in different divisions of a company are linked with each other and all data is stored on a central database. An ERP system is used to control all business processes that take place within a company. This includes for example, purchases and sales, material management, production, marketing, human resource management and, finally, finances. Accordingly, an ERP system contains different divisions in a single program, ideally covering all processes of a company with it. There are different systems and providers for the different branches of industry on the market. An automobile manufacturer has different requirements for its program than a pure trader. The pure retailer, for example, does not require any sophisticated merchandise management software with stocklists. Furthermore, a small company has different requirements than a large corporation. Which is why different systems are offered on the market. After careful examination of all data and facts, each company decides for itself which system it ultimately wants to choose. Because it should suit the company, meet its requirements and, above all, make daily work easier and increase efficiency. DocBits gives you the opportunity to further increase your efficiency in the field of ​​document processing. Whereby, it doesn’t matter which ERP system you use.

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