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The rise of the Internet, changing customer demands, pressure to speed up corporate processes, and the need to form more collaborative ties with important suppliers and business partners are all driving firms to implement ERP solutions. So, what exactly is ERP?

ERP stands for "information system package that integrates information and information-based operations within and across functional domains of an organisation."

Stand-alone apps used to be built for unique customers, had restricted capability, and were isolated from other applications. Manufacturing ERP, on the other hand, is a business solution that integrates all of a company's essential applications and connects the organisation to other businesses via a network. It usually consists of numerous modules, including a financial module, a distribution module, and a production module. Supply chain management, product data management, electronic commerce, and warehouse management are now included in ERP. As a result, Chemical ERP provides firms with a global competitive advantage.


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