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In addition to bear in mind that at any time there may be a opportunity for growth in the enterprise and must be prepared. 2 Because the senior management of the company must be who lead and design the implementation of an ERP system? If it is a management tool for all areas of the company. While the capacity of handling and analysis of information by users is very important, it must also comply with the objective of information systems support directly in the decision-making process. Managers of small or medium-sized enterprises are facing the biggest challenges to be at the forefront with systems that really support them with Executive information for decision-making. It may be the case with efficient registration of information systems for the operation of the company, such as accounting reports, billing, production, etc. But that happens with indicators and reports by management for decision-making, either do not exist or are versions that are already obsolete. When the company started actions for reduction of costs and expenses to make front situations of economic crisis take an upgrade project or implementation of an ERP system can sound as contradictory for the cost of the deployment.

However there is no better time than this to coordinate the joint start of both projects. For firms that initiate the implementation of an ERP leadership of the direction it is crucial, because they must change the vision of the report and information systems, with those who have been working for years to support systems for decision-making, this evolution in support to the Executive information systems is going to allow that organization is directed towards a model of profitable operation. In addition to the commitment by the management in projects of ERP and reduction of costs and expenses, so really the success is reached, must seek the commitment of all staff of the Organization, explaining what are the projects as well as the objectives that are pursued. Definition and characteristics of an ERP system. An ERP system can be defined as a system that presents internal and external, information with the option presented in graphical form, which allows you to delve into detailed data and enables the user to easily manipulate information.The purpose of an ERP system is to allow executives access data of interest, create useful information and group the results in a clear way. The objectives that pursues an ERP within an organization are: keep informed executives about their division, Department, company and the environment in which it is located. Simplify and organize the information access, have real support for decision-making…

Prevention tool; Discover or identify problems that may arise. Having the information and performance indicators to help assess the performance of subordinates. Establish efficiency measures in the critical factors. Specifically an ERP could exemplify a pyramid of updated (preferably real-time) information with reports which can be found in the system, that form indicating that each concept within a graphic and friendly environment. The user access information selected data and presentation that requires. Sometimes indicators are used to indicate the most important situations that the Executive should find out.

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