Why Smart ERP

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(SHADI SYSTEMS SMART ERP) refers to a type of software that organizations use to manage day-to-day business activities such as accounting, procurement, project management, risk management and compliance, and supply chain operations SHADI SYSTEMS SMART ERP systems tie together a multitude of business processes and enable the flow of data between them. By collecting an organization’s shared transactional data from multiple sources, SHADI SYSTEMS SMART ERP systems eliminate data duplication and provide data integrity with a single source of truth. Today, SMART ERP systems are critical for managing thousands of businesses of all sizes and in all industries. To these companies, SHADI SYSTEMS SMART ERP is as indispensable as the electricity that keeps the lights on.

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SHADI SYSTEMS SMART ERP systems are designed around a single, defined data structure (schema) that typically has a common database. This helps ensure that the information used across the enterprise is normalized and based on common definitions and user experiences. These core constructs are then interconnected with business processes driven by workflows across business departments (e.g. finance, human resources, engineering, marketing, operations), connecting systems and the people who use them. Simply put, SHADI SYSTEMS SMART ERP is the vehicle for integrating people, processes, and technologies across a modern enterprise.

For example: consider a company that builds cars by procuring parts and components from multiple suppliers. It could use SHADI SYSTEMS SMART ERP system to track the requisition and purchase of these goods and ensure that each component across the entire procure-to-pay process uses uniform and clean data connected to enterprise workflows, business processes, reporting, and analytics. When SHADI SYSTEMS SMART ERP is properly deployed at this automotive manufacturing company, a component, for example, “front brake pads,” is uniformly identified by part name, size, material, source, lot number, supplier part number, serial number, cost, and specification, along with a plethora of other descriptive and data-driven items. Since data is the lifeblood of every modern company, SHADI SYSTEMS SMART ERP makes it easier to collect, organize, analyze, and distribute this information to every individual and system that needs it to best fulfill their role and responsibility.


SHADI SYSTEMS SMART ERP also ensures that these data fields and attributes roll up to the correct account in the company’s general ledger so that all costs are properly tracked and represented. If the front brake pads were called “front brakes” in one software system (or maybe a set of spreadsheets), “brake pads” in another, and “front pads” in a third, it would be tough for the automotive manufacturing company to figure out how much is spent annually on front brake pads, and whether it should switch suppliers or negotiate for better pricing.

A key SHADI SYSTEMS SMART ERP principle is the central collection of data for wide distribution. Instead of several standalone databases with an endless inventory of disconnected spreadsheets, SHADI SYSTEMS SMART ERP systems bring order to chaos so that all users—from the CEO to accounts payable clerks—can create, store, and use the same data derived through common processes. With a secure and centralized data repository, everyone in the organization can be confident that data is correct, up-to-date, and complete. Data integrity is assured for every task performed throughout the organization, from a quarterly financial statement to a single outstanding receivables report, without relying on error-prone spreadsheets.

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It’s impossible to ignore the impact of SMART ERP in today’s business world. As enterprise data and processes are corralled into SHADI SYSTEMS SMART ERP systems, businesses can align separate departments and improve workflows, resulting in significant bottom-line savings. Examples of specific business benefits include:

Examples of specific business benefits include::


Improved business

Improved business insight from real-time information generated by reports

Lower operational costs

Lower operational costs through streamlined business processes and best practices

Enhanced collaboration

Enhanced collaboration from users sharing data in contracts, requisitions, and purchase orders

Improved efficiency

Improved efficiency through a common user experience across many business functions and well-defined business processes

Consistent infrastructure

Consistent infrastructure from the back office to the front office, with all business activities having the same look and feel

Higher user-adoption

Higher user-adoption rates from a common user experience and design

Reduced risk

Reduced risk through improved data integrity and financial controls

Lower management

Lower management and operational costs through uniform and integrated systems