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ERP Application

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is business management software that allows an organization to use a system of integrated applications to manage the business and automate many back office functions related to technology, services and human resources. ERP software integrates all facets of an operation including product planning, development, manufacturing, sales and marketing in a single database, application and user interface.

The rapid evolution of the cloud has dramatically altered the ERP landscape for companies of all sizes. Coupled with mobile platforms and our work anywhere/anytime culture requires modern cloud-based ERP systems not tied to yesterday’s back office, on-premises environments. This next generation of ERP, or “ERP 2.0,” builds upon the formidable history of “ERP 1.0,” but eliminates the need for multi-year implementation projects and heavy customization.

iLynx has significant experience implementing, upgrading and supporting on-premise ERP, CRM and EPM products. As cloud became a household name, iLynx built up it's own cloud expertise and has helped multiple agencies to move to a cloud platform. iLynx also provided assessment for a SaaS service coupled with a cloud ERP implementation. Our large list of ERP clients includes U.S. House of Representatives, State of Delaware, San Bernardino County, City of Phoenix, City of Minneapolis, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority and San Mateo County Transportation District. On the private and non-profit sectors the list includes organizations such as The Pew Charitable Trust, National Academy of Sciences, Allegis Group, Hilton Worldwide and The Washington Gas.

Cloud-based ERP offerings have evolved, adding functionality, partners, and industry specializations. Below are some of the ERP providers who are in the leading edge of cloud ERP: 
SAP — SAP is the market leader in on premise ERP. Its SaaS offerings include Business One Cloud for smaller organizations and Business ByDesign (ByD) for midsize companies. To appeal to larger organizations, SAP Cloud for Financials adds more functionality to the ByD finance component.
Oracle — The second-largest on premise ERP vendor is Oracle, which currently offers SaaS applications for financials, project portfolio management, procurement, HR, forecasting, BI, and CRM to mid- and enterprise-level companies. 
NetSuite — NetSuite, provides integrated accounting/ERP, CRM, and eCommerce; OpenAir professional services automation (PSA); Human Capital Management and Cloud development platform (PaaS);
Workday — SaaS vendor Workday focuses on large enterprises and has had significant success with its HR application suite. Its newer ERP product, Workday Financial Management, includes financial management, procurement, and projects and is designed for services organizations.
Microsoft Dynamics AX — One of the SaaS products purchased by Microsoft, AX is the focus of the company’s future ERP development. It offers core modules for financials, customer relationship management, human resources management, supply chain management, and project management, as well as various manufacturing support modules, to enterprise-level manufacturing, distribution, and real estate companies.

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