Compello explains industry relevant words and techniques, as typical buzzwords

 

What is ERP?

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is the international term for software that can support all business areas for a company, such as production, warehouse, sales, procurement and finance. ERP is not necessarily a product. It can also be a description of how a company has linked its systems and processes together by means of integrations, joint databases and consistent user interfaces across modules.

 

Opportunities when using ERP

ERP systems can gather together business-critical processes such as finance, HR, procurement, warehouse, distribution and production in one and the same system. ERP systems can help to improve the efficiency of information and process flows and help to bring about major improvements in corporate target attainment, productivity and quality. There are many ERP systems on the market, and companies could perceive a variety of needs for support of their business-critical processes.

 

ERP at Compello

Compello solutions offer integrations with the most commonly used ERP systems on the market, such as Microsoft Dynamics AX, Microsoft Dynamics NAV, Visma Business, Visma Global, Mamut, SAP Business One, 24SevenOffice, and trade-specific solutions such as Maritech. We use Microsoft Dynamics NAV in-house at Compello.
Compello SDK (Software Development Kit) makes it possible to create integrations with other ERP systems as well.

 

Illustration of invoice flow using Compello Invoice Approval. Receive invoices from your suppliers directly to your company’s ERP system.

 

Relevant terms to ERP: SDK, Axapta, Navision, integration, finance system, logistics system

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