Benefits of ERP System

There are many benefits of EPR system; here are a few of them:

  • A totally integrated system
  • The ability to streamline different processes and workflows
  • The ability to easily share data across various departments in an organization
  • Improved efficiency and productivity levels
  • Better tracking and forecasting
  • Lower costs
  • Improved customer service


ERP Benifits For General Services/E-Procurement

      • Can reach more vendors, producing more competitive bids and widening participation in government contracts, lowering the cost of products and services purchased
      • Significant paper and postage cost reductions as part of the yearly savings
      • Faster product/service look-up and ordering, saving time and money
      • Automated ordering and payment, lowering payment processing and paper costs
      • Fast access to detailed account histories, providing more abundant information and improved planning and analysis
      • Ability to distribute, receive and award contracts out for bid much faster
      • Wider participation by city and county purchasing entities, multiplying cost savings and management improvements, and offsetting system operation costs


ERP Benifits For Management/Budget

      An ERP system in the Department of Management would:

      • Save enormous time and effort in data entry and report production for budgets
      • Allow more innovative and extensive budget report content and analysis
      • Through Web access, allow lawmakers, directors, managers, even taxpayers to view real-time budget information.
      • Link the budget system to payroll, accounting, Legislative Fiscal Bureau, personnel and other departments, allowing nearly instant data xchange and ensuring such information is consistent and uniform across the board
      • Provide easy access to trend data—financial information from years past is quickly combined into an up-to-date long-term view
      • Empower departments to more closely measure program performance and results


An ERP system is an integrated solution, sharing a centralized database, with all ‘users’…. Human Resources/Payroll/Benefits, E-procurement, Accounting, Budgets, etc …. being served by the same database through one point of entry. Data need only be entered or updated once, reducing errors, time and labor for reports, analysis, planning and program management. Ultimately, time and resources are shifted to innovating, problem solving and direct service to customers rather than inputting, processing, organizing, verifying and related “busy work” that burns through time and money.