Enterprise Resource Plans and Material Requirement Plans are an essential foundation from which businesses can catapult their digital transformation. At HARE.digital, we have experience in integrating several of the market-leading ERP & MRP Systems in a way that is cost-effective and non-disruptive. Through our Checkpoint.digital platform we are able to integrate your ERP/MRP seamlessly with the rest of your business, connecting them to your Accounting , E-Commerce and Marketing systems.
We have developed installation workflows which enable us to set up your ERP/MRP system efficiently.
We work to ensure that during the installation process you can continue your business as usual until the system is live.
Peace of mind
As these systems represent an integral part of your business it is essential that they are set-up correctly.
We make sure that we communicate with you during the installation process, this ensures that you get a comprehensive understanding of the setup process.
Chosen for you
We work with a variety of ERP/MRP providers to ensure that we integration the solution that works best for your business.
Enterprise Resource Plans
Enterprise Resource Plans (ERP) act as a centralised hub from which a business is able to manage and coordinate data and information. ERP’s facilitate efficient communication and continuity between departments. Traditionally, businesses operate using department specific software, manually communicating information to the relevant parties when required. This time intensive process leads to the duplication of work, loss of important information, breakdown of workflow and perhaps most importantly it is not scalable.
An ERP system bridges the gaps between these departments, operating as a single platform from which software can be integrated.
Material Requirement Plans (MRP)
MRP’s are used by manufacturers as a tool to automate much of the manufacturing process. They act as a planning and control system for inventory, production and scheduling. MRP Systems are essential for manufacturers that are looking to expand their operation. Through an MRP System a manufacturer is able to consult their sales forecasts to make accurate projections on volumes of raw materials required over a given time period, as well as ensuring that inventory levels are sufficient.