ENTERPRISE RESOURCES PLANNING THROUGH AGES

Posted by: RAMAN on  1st August 2016


 

ENTERPRISE RESOURCES PLANNING IS AN INTERGRAL COMPONENT OF TODAYS COMPLEX GLOBALMARKETING.

ERP software helps companies steamline business processes, including:

- Product, planning, cost and development.
- Manufacturing or service delivery
- Marketing &sales
- Inventory management
- Shipping & payments
- The evolution of enterprise resource planning

In 1960s

Growth of enterprise information system (EIS)

- Early systems where based on automation of individual functions, like financial accounting or inventory management.

In 1970s

Shift to material requirement planning(MRP)
- MRP system tapped into master production scheduled allowing the business to plan the parts & product requirement.

In 1980s

MANUFACTURING RESOURCES PLANNING
- MRP 2 Introduced MRP Software emphasis an optimized manufacturing process that co-ordinates material and production requirements, extending services to
- Shop floor
- Finance
- Human resources
- Engineering
- Project management
- Distribution management

In 1990s

BIRTH OF ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING
- By the early90s ,MRP 2 had been extended to include enterprise wide functions and integration
- Extended ERP2 system were renamed enterprise resource planning system
- ERP uses a single database containing all the data that keeps the processes running smoothly ,ensuring visibility ,accessibility and consistency

In 200s and beyond

EXTENDED EXTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING
- Extended ERP system includes:
- Customer relationship management
- Supply chain management
- Advanced planning and scheduling
- Continuing ERP trends include capabilities for
- Cloud
- Mobile
- Analytics