What The ERP Manager Does?

By Rashed Khan, Guest Author (For Guest Post See Terms ) In order to remain at the top of their industry, businesses have had to learn the...

By Rashed Khan, Guest Author (For Guest Post See Terms)

In order to remain at the top of their industry, businesses have had to learn the importance of adapting to the new technological world in which we now live. A company unwilling to adapt and change in this ever developing world may just find themselves being left behind.
Knowing how best to utilise your computer system and the developments in its software will hold you in good stead for remaining the top competitor in your industry.
Upon closer inspection of many of the leading businesses, one common feature that seems ever present is their implementation of ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) systems. This is a system that is designed for overseeing the company’s performance capabilities and streamlining its processes.
The ERP manager is solely responsible for ensuring the smooth running of this software as well as supervising all staff that use the system and that run it on a day-to-day basis.
So what are the main duties of the ERP manager and why is it an important role?
The ERP manager must arrange both the monthly and annual company meetings. The role also includes the delegating of various tasks to the most appropriately qualified or experienced staff member. All time-sensitive business plans must be kept in time according to the schedule that is set out. The ERP manager must look over future business plans and monitor the backup’s for the system to ensure everything is fully functional. Daily tasks insist that the ERP manager liaises with service users to ensure there are no problems with functionality and to offer guidance and advice on anything in the system. This role is very technically demanding and requires a computer savvy candidate who will essentially be part of the backbone of the whole business.
Traditional Managerial Roles Vs ERP Managerial Roles
There are a few distinct differences between the role requirements of a traditional manager and those of an ERP manager. In ERP management, the whole staff team works together with the ERP manager to help maintain the system and overall dynamics of the business; whereas in a more traditional role, the guidelines are far more clearly defined. The manager will place much greater emphasis on what is desired from the company’s sponsors and developers. A more time-oriented structure, the traditional manager will instruct all other lower-ranking staff on what to do and they will have to do it. In ERP management, there is greater flexibility in the distribution of powers and time. This is generally the more preferred method as staff become more personally involved and are given greater responsibilities than in the more traditional method of management.



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