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Bus/Financial - Business/Commerce (general) / Enterprise Resource Planning Software
|English term or phrase: ERP for SMEs|
Could somebody explain in simple, layman's terms how ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) software benefits SMEs (small to medium-sized enterprises).
The context is as follows:
"(The company) understands the urgent demand for the rapid establishment of an integrated ERP application to help SMEs accomplish a highly integrated level of business flow, information and human resources."
I know the sentence isn't worded very well. I'm trying to get a better understanding so I can reword it.
Many thanks in advance.
|please see below|
ERP's during the 90's were geared toward large manufacturing business, as the market dried out, the big companies like SAP, Oracle, JDE starting focusing their products to SME by offering more affordable implementations to this market, 6 figure implementations vs. seven figures. New packages benefit SME's because they are built on accepted best practices business processes and because even though they have less capability, the systems have a history of reliability and success, which is something that is attractive to any client. Brand name helps with business too. Hope that helps.
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