About iBilling ERP
iBilling ERP is one of the amazing products of Khmer CMS, a Cambodia based company, constantly on the bring, for creating new software tools and enhancing the leverage of technology to improve human, business performances and organizational skills.
Regardless of your industry, you need an ERP software solution to be the backbone of your business, automating and supporting business processes. The best ERP solutions, however, are fully integrated with all your systems across the enterprise, bringing value to every functional area, from finance to customer service to management—and if you’re in manufacturing, this includes your engineering, design and supply chain teams as well.
Our Mission Statement
At iBilling ERP our mission is to be a leading player in the technological advancement of Cambodia SME’s through the implementation and support of leading edge Modern ERP solutions. Through new cloud based technology and improved information control iBilinng clients will build better businesses and accelerate into 2020 and beyond.
What is ERP?
The process of carefully managing detailed information about individual customers and all customer touch points to maximize loyalty.
It is much easier to integrate all of the data and processing software modules and hardware into one large unit that is easier to access and control. This is called Enterprise Resource Planning, or ERP. Normally ERP systems use the same database throughout an entire company to store various types of data for different computerized functions. When first developed, ERP systems were used only for large manufacturing companies. Today, they benefit all sizes of companies, even those that are quite small.
With one system of record, you’ll have one solution with all of the answers. Real-time order and inventory tracking helps improve efficiencies within your entire organization from Sales to Procurement to Warehouse Management.
Want to know more about ERP?
Here are some helpful answers.
A: Enterprise resource planning systems integrate information throughout an organization. ERP systems typically integrate finance and accounting, manufacturing, supply chain management, sales, and human resources departments to allow information to easily flow throughout an organization leading to more efficient business operations.
A: Each company looking for an ERP software has their own goals they would like to accomplish with the system. However,
many companies strive to have a system that will allow them to:
- Increase efficiency
- Increase information flow
- Supply decision makers with critical information
- Reduce errors
- Reduce redundancy and re-keying
- Create a more agile business
A: There are many benefits to using cloud-based ERP software. The main benefits include:
- No need for servers
- No maintenance
- No upgrades
- No IT department
- Standardized system
- No time required for implementation
We take care of the maintenance, servers, upgrades and implementation.
A: Selecting ERP software is a critical decision and it is important to do a thorough evaluation of the company. It is important to determine the best fit. ERP software is not one-size-fits-all. These are important factors to examine:
Choose an ERP system that is designed with your industry and business size in mind. It doesn’t make much sense for a large, multinational retailer to choose an ERP system designed for small to medium sized manufacturing companies.
The ERP system needs to be able to grow with your business and evolve with the changing business environment. If the system cannot be easily upgraded in the next five years, it will become obsolete.
Implementation and adoption of ERP software takes time and provider support. It is important to understand the level of support that will be provided by the vendor. It is also quite common to pay for support.
How much will it cost and how much do you need? Furthermore, is the provider capable of providing the necessary level of support? These are important questions to ask when searching for ERP software.
Cloud vs. On-premise
When selecting ERP software, you must examine whether the company requires on-premise ERP due to compliance or other factors. If it isn’t required, does the company have the resources to support on-premise ERP? If not, it might make sense to evaluate other ERP options. These questions are essential to the long-term success of your ERP system.
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