Enterprise resource planning (ERP) encompasses all key business processes for company operations: finance, production, HR, supplies, etc. Basically, ERP combines all these processes in a unified environment.

Usually, an ERP consists of separate applications interacting with each other and a database. This helps avoid of bulk of information exchanging between departments, providing a single point of information entry and receipt. The system automates all key business processes and helps provide conformity with legislation, reduce risks, and generate reports.


  • Procurement management: Reduces costs supporting end-to-end procurement and logistics
  • Production planning: Accelerates entire production process – from planning to scheduling, monitoring and analysis
  • Order life cycle: Supports supplier relations – from product sales to service and maintenance
  • Service requests: Enhance sales and client satisfaction through excellent level of service
  • Human resources: Supports recruiting, initiation, administration, personal and career development
  • Finance management: Optimizes and automates finance operations providing conformity to legal requirements