For the daily operation of several companies, various software and technological solutions are currently being used to increase production and benefit both employees and customers, and potential users. Among the most used are the CMS and the ERP.
Let's see what each one is about and how they can help your company's processes.
CMS stands for Content Management System. Basically, it is a software tool that allows the user or developer to create and manage a web page. Among its main functions are the creation and subsequent management of a website, the maintenance of the page, and the administration.
At a more technical level, a content management system is made up of two main parts:
Having a CMS software, such as Drupal, can bring several advantages for the company's processes, but also some disadvantages due, for example, to the fact that the functions do not adjust to the needs of the moment.
An enterprise resource planning or ERP system is software that helps a business manage its finances, supply chain, reporting, trading, operations, manufacturing, and even human resources.
A large number of companies worldwide have some type of financial system, but the available software does not cover more than daily business processes, so having an ERP is vital today.
An ERP software system facilitates the flow between necessary business processes and important data while preventing and eliminating data duplication and redundancy to create the indispensable data integrity.
This improves the information access process, streamlines administrative operations within the organization, streamlines internal communication and automates tasks. All of this facilitates the exchange of information between different departments, making data more available and accessible so that it can be used productively.
Rootstack has worked with hundreds of international clients to offer them ERP and CMS solutions according to the needs of their company. Take your processes to the modern era of technology and enjoy its benefits.