ERP(Enterprise Resource Planning) Intro

  • Categories ERP
  • Duration 2h 07m
  • Total Enrolled 6
  • Last Update January 22, 2022


What Is Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)?

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is a process used by companies to manage and integrate the important parts of their businesses.

Many ERP software applications are important to companies because they help them implement resource planning by integrating all of the processes needed to run their companies with a single system.

An ERP software system can also integrate planning, purchasing inventory, sales, marketing, finance, human resources, and more.

Understanding Enterprise Resource Planning

You can think of an enterprise resource planning system as the glue that binds together the different computer systems for a large organization.

Without an ERP application, each department would have its system optimized for its specific tasks. With ERP software, each department still has its system, but all of the systems can be accessed through one application with one interface.

ERP applications also allow the different departments to communicate and share information more easily with the rest of the company. It collects information about the activity and state of different divisions, making this information available to other parts, where it can be used productively.


ERP applications can help a corporation become more self-aware by linking information about the production, finance, distribution, and human resources together.

Because it connects different technologies used by each part of a business, an ERP application can eliminate costly duplicate and incompatible technology. The process often integrates accounts payable, stock control systems, order-monitoring systems, and customer databases into one system.

ERP offerings have evolved over the years from traditional software models that make use of physical client servers to cloud-based software that offers remote, web-based access.

What Will I Learn?

  • Have a basic understanding of what is ERP?
  • Why you should know, if you looking for job?

Topics for this course

9 Lessons2h 07m

Session 1 ERP Intro

Enterprise Resource management00:15:00

Session 2 MRP

Session 3 Stages of ERP

Session 4 ERP

Session 5 Enterprise System

Session 6 ERP implementation

Session 7 CBA

Session 8 ERP implement as project

Session 9 Process

About the instructor

I am a Supply Chain / Logistics / Sourcing Professional. Trainer and consultant. Worked in large MNCs in Supply Chain, Logistics for nearly 3 decades and have in-depth practical knowledge in each of the sub-domains Currently engaged in consultation, training and certification programs of world's leading Supply Chain Institutes. Also have our own job oriented programs. Sub domains includes Materials, Logistics, Supply Chain Analytics, Purchasing/Sourcing, Warehousing, Transportation, Inventory Optimization etc Saved in Millions for organisations, in Inventory optimizations and improved all related processes Improved customer fill rates and reduced cost of operations Solved work-place issues / problems in their occupation of Supply Chain professionals Specialties: Supply Chain Management, Logistics, Sourcing, Material Planning, Forecasting, Production scheduling, Warehouse management, Picking and line feeding, Logistics, Imports, exports, EOU, Lean, Operational Excellence, Productivity Improvement, employee & contractor management, Legal compliance ASCM, APICS, ISM
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Very clear and understandable also got the basic idea of ERP.

Very good insights on ERP, It was clear and I liked the exercises proposed!

Good overview of managing an ERP project from start to finish, content is good, Overall enjoyed the course and had some good takeaways.

The introduction and basic topics of Enterprise Resource Planning are covered. Anyone looking for basic information on this topic and take up.

Great overview of the ERP Implementation process,Thanks to Mr.Raman

Very good course for any beginner trying to understand basics of Manufacturing .


Material Includes

  • Videos


  • Basic System usage


Target Audience

  • Students, freshers & Beginners
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