Impact on Supply Chain Management by virtue of enterprise resource planning (ERP) system
Keywords:ERP, enterprise resource planning, Supply Chain Management, performance, SCM, impact
The research is carried out to on Supply Chain Management by virtue of enterprise resource
planning (ERP) system. The research undermines a detail study of how ERP system is helping to
improve the operational performance of a firm. However, our topic of research is very definite
towards improving the SCM execution. The notable issue for the research I essentially identified
with issues in the process, control, and inventory etc., ERP has suggested answers for it. Past
researches have obviously reported the way that ERP depends on accepted procedures and
accordingly, it is being revolutionary to the organizations. The research is completed on similar
basis to find how organizations with ERP can improve its SCM execution. Taking everything
into account, the research recognizes that organizations through ERP system usage can serve in
driving the market, satisfying the correct interest, saving expense and improving tasks in short its
SCM performance. In conclusion, the research identifies that firms through ERP implementation
can serve in leading the market, fulfilling the right demand, saving cost and improving
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