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ERP stands for Enterprise Resource Planning. An ERP system supports the coordination of resources, information and processes within a company.
When preparing to implement an ERP system, one of the most common mistakes is thinking that this is just another project for the IT department.
The abas Conference returns to Karlsruhe, Germany, and, by popular demand, will once again be a two-day event: On 20 and 21 September 2018, the Karlsruhe Trade Fair Center will be the venue for approximately 1,500 abas users, decision makers, visionaries, and creators.
Whether you're already a global company or you plan to expand internationally in the future, you know that your business is only as efficient and effective as the systems you use to manage it. The further your business branches out to the various parts of the world, the more complex your end-to-end operations will become. Try an ERP System!
The abas ERP Production app offers manufacturers the flexibility and accuracy any shop floor needs. The app's key features include Plant Data Collection (PDC), time card entry, work order details, and issuing materials. As with all abas ERP apps the Production app offers full integration with abas ERP, using almost any device, including an employee’s own mobile phone, tablet or laptop.
The key to a successful ERP project lies within having an experienced partner who understands the challenges and requirements of your industry, and can tailor the ERP solution to your specific needs. abas ERP projects are supported by the entire abas partner network and their collective experience from thousands of ERP projects.
Managing the selection and implementation of a new ERP system is a major undertaking for any organization, which is why abas ERP has developed a clear and thorough 7-Step Guide that simplifies the ERP selection process and helps you make an informed, confident decision.
Technological innovation, growth and competitive advantage: For manufacturing and distribution operations of all sizes and industries, achieving these goals requires strong enterprise software. But what criteria must a modern ERP system meet for medium-sized manufacturing and distribution businesses?