What is ERP? Enterprise for Anyprise!

What is a ERP for small business? You might say it's something like your quickbooks, email, contacts, lead generation, advertising, inventory, financial reporting, integrated into one application.

What's the difference in CRM, ERP, CMS?

CRM is focused on sales and marketing, ERP is focused on administration and management.

Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
Manage interaction with current and future customers. Use technology to organize, automate and synchronize sales, marketing, customer service, and technical support

Enterprise Resource Management (ERP)
Store and manage data from stages of the business cycle. Product planning, cost and development, Manufacturing, Marketing and sales, Inventory management, Shipping and payment

Content Management System (CMS)
Publish, edit and modify content and maintenance from a content interface. Avoids continuous computer programming.

Reporting for ERP
Business Intelligence Reporting (BI), Data Warehousing
Data Migration, Business Intelligence

Microsoft BI Stack
Microsofts suite of applications for reporting: Sql Server Integration Services (SSIS), Sql Server Analysis Services (SSAS), Sql Server Report Server (SSRS), Business Intelligence Development Studio (BIDS), Multidimensional Expressions (MDX).

Data Integration: ETL, Information Lifecycle Management, B2B Data Exchange, Cloud Data Integration, Complex Event Processing, Data Masking, Data Quality, Data Replication, Data Virtualization, Master Data Management.

Integrated business intelligence and planning solution to meet the needs of corporate reporting.

Crystal Reports
Design and generate reports from a wide range of data sources

ERP, CRM, CMS, Company and Corporate Systems
Dynamics ERP, CRM, Salesforce, eBusiness Suite, QuickBooks, FreshDesk, PeachTree, Sharepoint, Joomla, WordPress.

Books and ERP
Company Accounting, Customer, Vendor, Inventory, Marketing and Enterprise Resource Planning