Top 5 ERP Softwares
ERP is a collection of integrated applications that stores, collects, manages and interprets data from various branches
of your business. It works in real time and delivers economic and functional transparency, thereby increasing the
efficiency and profits.
The Top Five
Microsoft Dynamic 365
It is a cloud based business solution software released in 2016. Being a
Microsoft product, it has the powerful backing
of the tech giant, it can easily be integrated with the vast number of
Microsoft products. The lack of flexibility and
steep pricing are the trademarks of a proprietary software, Dynamic
365 is no different in this aspect.
Can work remotely.
Delivers regular and automatic updatesand data
migration is not an issue.
Data loss prevention is inbuilt.
Can’t work offline.
It is not very flexible.
It is not compatible with linux.
SAP is the most popular ERP software in the market
right now, and rightfully so.
Rich in features. SAP was one of the
earliest ERP systems that was really feature rich and this
gained them a lot of popularity.
It is highly costly.
It is very complex.
Written in C,C++ and ABAP.
Z-suite is based on the open source Odoo ERP platform. It is a
Zinfog Codelabs product. Being a modular software with
thousands of application, it is very flexible and convenient
User friendly.Due to its very
simple user interface and seamless navigation between applications,
even novices can operate the software.
The modular and scalable design ensures space
for future growth.
Cost effective. Being modular, the client can
select the applications needed and they only have to pay for those.
There is no automatic data migration during updates.
SAGE 300 is an ERP software developed by Sage group using Microsoft
SQL. Being a Windows based product, Linux users
might have to skip out on this one.
The stable backend software supports third party plugins,
which make it highly flexible.
Great customer service.
Accounting module is really simple.
It is a highly scalable ERP solution developed by NetSuite Inc
(later acquired by Oracle). It provides cloud based business
Full visibility of the supply chain.
Automated data input.
This streamlines the workflow and reduces errors in
billings and quotations.
This makes sure that the hardware limitations do not adversely
affect workflow very much.
Customizable but limited.
You can’t turn off certain native reports.
Not cost effectivefor small businesses.