When an enterprise gets bigger, with more departments, sites, and people, the Enterprise Business System helps you do the following:

  1. Integrate users, processes and data in centralised database to help minimise redundant data entry. Users no longer have to replicate entries that might have originate from different departments. A/R department does not need to re-enter invoices since they have been generated automatically from sales, while payments to the invoices are keyed in by cashiers.
  2. Reduce paper-based communication. Since information and tasks are accessible centrally, users no longer need to submit paper-based requests to their supervisors, co-workers, or other departments.
  3. Unify business operations on single platform by providing a single view of master data (such as customers, suppliers, products) and access to same data. Everyone in the enterprise, whether in the head office or in the remote sites, is working in the same environment.
  4. Provide on-demand access to critical real-time information from single source of truth. This is very important to avoid confusions and relieve users from doing the labor-intensive reconciliation reports resulting from different versions of information.