Enterprise Resource Planning’s Fundamental Concepts of Growth of the User Satisfaction

  • Saurabh Shandilya, Ashish Chourasia


ERP package developers, as well as the organisations interested in implementing ERP systems, must determine what features should be included in an ERP package for TEIs. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) aims to improve the overall efficiency of the system as well as the efficiency of the business. It also aims to improve communication and coordination as well as task efficiency. Having an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system in place that is strategically oriented toward directly responding to expanding consumer demands and seizing market opportunities as they arise, is critical nowadays ERP is simply seen as a tool for winners, who use it to efficiently obtain critical information and act on it as soon as possible. ERP systems differ from other types of systems in that they are pre-packaged software solutions rather than custom-built systems. Therefore, they are pre- loaded with assumptions and procedures regarding the business operations of the businesses in which they are used. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) success is defined as the successful implementation of such systems to improve operational efficiency and effectiveness. The advantages of scientific ERP solutions are numerous and varied. We can say that an enterprise system streamlines a company's information flows and offers management immediate access to a wealth of real-time operating info. For a lot of businesses, these advantages have translated into remarkable gains in pace as well as efficiency.

How to Cite
Ashish Chourasia, S. S. (2021). Enterprise Resource Planning’s Fundamental Concepts of Growth of the User Satisfaction. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 30(01), 360-366. Retrieved from http://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/38346