It’s likely your organization depends on an ERP system to manage a variety of core processes.
The acronym ‘ERP’ can stand for its literal function but also is incorporated for a variety of other roles, such as managing customer relationships, supply chain operations and HR functions.
Some of the most common ERP hurdles we see are limited access to data and difficulty reporting, which are exacerbated because of a lack of accessibility to real time data. It becomes even more frustrating because ERPs can’t handle the unique processes of each organization, leading to time-consuming, error-prone manual data entry and exportation into spreadsheets.
And to make matters worse, once the data is finally available, it is often too old to act upon.
Now more than ever, during this global pandemic as supply chain processes are heavily disrupted, relying solely on your ERP system is not enough. For instance, SAP is important as a centralized ERP system, but isn’t flexible or agile enough to adapt to the changing pace of your business.
So where do low–code and agility tie in?