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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Benefits And Challenges Of Enterprises Resources Planning Systems

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Azhar Susanto, Meiryani



Enterprises Resources Planning, Systems, Benefits, Challenges



Enterprises Resources Planning (ERP) Systems are designed based on business processes that are considered 'best practice' - a common process that is most worthy of imitation. For example, how is the general process that actually applies to purchases (purchasing), the preparation of stock in the warehouse and so on. To get the maximum benefit from an ERP system, our industry must also follow the best practice processes that apply. The Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system integrates many interconnected information, especially information coming from the shop floor with accounting and financial information, so that it will provide comprehensive and integrated information that is useful for communication among people in manufacturing systems. that, as well as facilitate the management of the manufacturing industry to take action or make timely decisions in achieving company goals. Through good communication will also increase harmony between departments in manufacturing companies.



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