Enterprise Resources Planning System

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 ERP What is an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System?

Enterprise resource planning integrates internal and external management of information in real-time across an entire organization, including inventory, production, accounting/finance, human resources, delivery, business intelligence, sales, engineering, production planning, and purchase data. This data is generally stored on a database and accessed through the ERP software. The ERP system automates this activity access with an integrated software application. Its purpose is to aid the stream of information between all business functions inside the boundaries of the internal organization and control the connections to external stakeholders. An ERP systems generally include a company’s customer relationship management (CRM) system and the supplier relationship management (SRM) system.
"Both IT and business professionals understand that processes are critical to success. They just look at them from different perspectives. INNOV8, the IBM Business Process Management (BPM) simulation game, gives both IT and business players a better understanding of how effective BPM(Business Process Management) impacts an entire business ecosystem. INNOV8 also demonstrates how a more instrumented, interconnected and intelligent world supports process improvements and working smarter to help build a smarter planet."
- IBM.
 Innov8
 MIS-ERP What role does an MIS student play in an ERP?

A MIS Professional connects the Enterprise Resource Planning system to all the departments of a company. MIS professionals are vital to the communication between business and the data stored in the information system.