As a result of this push towards full eBusiness integration, businesses face challenges that force them to push the envelope of business information systems. ERP grew from its predecessors of MRP and MRP II, constantly expanding its solution footprint to address more and more of the needs of the enterprise. As you approach eBusiness, whether you do so eagerly or are dragged there kicking and screaming, you will find your business much more exposed.
day shipments, doesn't it make sense to clean up that room in the house first, leaving some other rooms closed for now? Beyond Quality Price - Delivery to Inter-Operability ERP forms a foundation for successfully meeting your eBusiness needs. For years companies have judged other companies on the three basic performance indicators of product quality, price, and delivery. Therefore, every robust ERP system has means of measuring supplier performance within these categories. The same ERP systems are also