Enterprise resource planning

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Enterprise Resource Planning is an activity done using software in computers by companies to manage their business activities and supplies such as money on hand, product quantity and contacts such as clients and other business they may partner with. There are many ERP software available from many different companies to help other companies with their business.[1] They may need a whole suite of applications from software to manage industrial machines at factories to point of sale systems at their retail or wholesale outlets.

The ERP system integrates varied organizational systems and facilitates error-free transactions and production, thereby enhancing the organization's efficiency. However, developing an ERP system differs from traditional system development.[2]

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  1. "Antecedents of ERP systems implementation success: a study on Jordanian healthcare sector". 2016.
  2. Shaul, L.; Tauber, D. (2012). "CSFs along ERP life-cycle in SMEs: a field study". Industrial Management & Data Systems. 112 (3): 360–384. doi:10.1108/02635571211210031.