Enterprise Resource Planning

Enterprise Resource Planning or  ERP, commonly referred to as "ERP" systems is software that will allow businesses to manage their processes via a system of applications that are integrated together. This allows for the automation of many functions of the enterprise including (but not limited to) Accounting, Purchasing, Sales, Marketing, Invoicing, Demand & Inventory planning.

Work with ERP

ERP provides a unified and reliable data source, enabling data entry once, global sharing, and automatic connection of processes across business departments.

The company is able to strengthen process control and management mechanisms.

Why companies look for and need ERP?

Problem Solving Tool

ERP system, its essence is a management tool. What enterprises need is not ERP, but management tools and methods that can help enterprises solve problems.

Integrate Inside and Outside

The ERP system is a management system with optimized management as the core. It regards the supply, production and sales of an enterprise as a closely related organic whole.

Monitoring Funds

The ERP system enables each activity of logistics, information flow, and work flow to be reflected as changes in funds in a timely manner, so as to reflect the monitoring of funds through ERP.

Transform Business Processes

The ERP system can optimize business processes, and in manufacturing enterprises, it can further strengthen the deletion of redundant work processes and control the closed loop of work processes.

How Much We Know About ERP Software?

Large ERP- foreign (SAP, Oracle, QAD, Inspur)

It has the corresponding functions to support the global operation of large enterprises, and has rich solutions. However, the requirements for technical personnel are relatively high, the purchase cost and maintenance cost are relatively high, and the secondary development is difficult.

ERP for SMEs (Yonyou, Digiwin, Huice)

Focusing on one application industry, such as manufacturing ERP, financial industry ERP, and energy industry ERP, the possibility of fully adapting to business processes is limited. Due to the low price, small and medium-sized enterprises often choose it.

Odoo ERP (open source system)

An open source system that provides a platform suitable for enterprise business processes, with extensive functionality and automation as well as flexibility and budget-friendly pricing.

Types of ERP systems

Cloud ERP

No need to deploy servers, easy to use and low cost. The only thing required is a reliable internet connection.

On-premise ERP

The database is managed in-house by the company, giving you full control over your data, requiring professional technicians.

Hybrid ERP

Set according to the specific needs of the business, which can be a combination of cloud & on-premise.

Find  Odoo solutions for your business


Elements such as manufacturing execution, quality control, project management apply to all manufacturing businesses, large and small, allowing them to benefit from production automation and increased supply chain efficiency.



For trading business, use Odoo for complete processing and automation of business processes in terms of sales, purchasing, accounting



Companies with brick-and-mortar stores or e-commerce place more emphasis on finance and invoicing, Odoo can also handle and automate all retail operations.


Services and others

Every company has products and implementation services suitable for enterprise applications. Our goal is to help companies understand what they need and help companies implement a management system that meets their needs.


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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about ERP

ERP is an enterprise management software that connects the various business processes of the company together through the integration of the system. From the perspective of employees, individual work efficiency can be improved, and from the company level, the operation efficiency of the entire company can be improved.

In a group-type enterprise, each department has clear responsibilities. Using a suitable ERP will not be less efficient than not using an ERP. If you are a small business like a store, it is recommended to use a single software. ERP is to cut off the repetitive workload in fine work, and the machine does the calculation for you. ERP is never designed to let you easily finish a day's work, but to make your work well-founded and able to link up and form a closed loop.

There really isn't an exact answer to this question. The pricing of the ERP system is affected by many aspects such as the actual functional requirements of the enterprise, the scale of the business, and the strength of follow-up services. General ERP systems range from tens of thousands to millions, and some simple ERP systems only cost a few thousand yuan.