The freedom of a customized, best-in-class solution
With an ERP integration strategy, companies can choose the specific tools they want in their solution after considering aspects like business needs, legal and security requirements, industries and markets in which they operate, and so on. This way their business processes can be designed according to individual company needs and become more resilient, which is a central requirement in today’s environment.
Lower error risk via automation
Seamlessly connecting the ERP to specialized or industry-specific solutions makes it possible to automate workflows across different functions, thus reducing manual tasks and human error and guaranteeing that only reliable information is shared. Integration and automation eliminate the effort (and time) required to enter data produced by the ERP into a different system and vice versa.
The end of information silos and unreliable data
Via integration, companies can centralize all of their data into a single, trustworthy location that other systems can depend on, and this is a fundamental step in streamlining operations and gaining deeper business insights. By removing information silos and establishing a single source of truth, even across different software, internal departments do not have to wait on each other for answers, and decision-making is improved based on real-time data.