MRP (Material Requirement Planning) and MRP II (Manufacturing Resource Planning II) was created in the 1900s to allow companies to digitally transform business-critical tasks such as accounting and human resource planning.
Once used only for the labour-intensive manufacturing industry, enterprise resource planning or ERP has become one of the core components when running an institution across several sectors. With its many benefits to enterprises, ERP systems continuously developed along with the advancements in technology and business requirements. The introduction of cloud-based ERP solutions became one of the breakthroughs in the industry with its efficiency, ease of access, and security.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, cloud ERP implementation helped several firms make the remote work model permanent without losing productivity and compromising the security of customer data.
The cutting-edge innovation in ERP has made it possible to connect business tools in any location, which has been helpful amid the increased need for a work-from-home setup. This rapid digitalisation of business operations enabled the internal department to work together to make work more seamless and convenient in the long run.
Tools like Dynamic 365 can offer many customisable ERP and CRM modules that can cater to a firm’s needs. It is a flexible and user-friendly option to help enhance employees’ productivity with their work.
For more details about how Dynamics Business Central can connect with your office tools, here is an infographic provided by Integral.