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Enterprise resource planning (ERP)

An example of an integrative system is Enterprise Resource Planning or ERP as it is known.

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An example of an integrative system is Enterprise Resource Planning or ERP as it is known. With ERP, firms typically look to integrate business functions and systems. An example of using ERP, consider systems and processes that unite using the following modules, reporting, human resources, financial, sales, service, and operations and logistics.

Further to uniting the functions and systems of different functions and departments, the following are internal core systems that support and developed the integrative system. Data warehouse, data repository that collects and consolidates data from multiple source systems with the purpose of enabling analysis. Data marked, scaled-down version of a data warehouse that focuses on the needs of a specific audience.

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