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FileMaker ERP

FileMaker ERP

Integrating all necessary business functions

The business world is data driven with the database as its engine. It is vital to have an integrated system or "enterprise resource planning" (ERP) system, as it is more commonly known. ERP is a term describing powerful and flexible business software. Offering all necessary modules to run a business such as invoicing, CRM, projects, accounting and inventory, a software that is able to integrate and streamline these and many other processes is essential. At its core foundation Azor is built using FileMaker. With Azor you can integrate your document management, time sheets, invoicing, crm/sales, project management and accounting.

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FileMaker ERP

Real-time view of all your data

Today, ERP encompasses business intelligence aspects and incorporates customer service and sales functions that are considered "the front-office aspects" of a business. With this growing integration and advancement of ERP systems, it is not surprising the broad range of industries that have successfully adopted the FileMaker solutions for meeting an organization's vision and goals. To have an effective and efficient database that can be used across various platforms is vital for any successful business solution in the 21st century. FileMaker ERP is the globally recognized brand that is a cross-platform application. This is advantageous as FileMaker ERP can be used on both for PC and Mac. With the FileMaker solutions as the driver, companies have a measurable business value as their foundation. These measurable results include employees performing their jobs more efficiently. Providing real-time view of data to address concerns and find improvements and solutions in a proactive manner. Finally, customer service is coordinated and enhanced with one source providing management for sales and billing.

FileMaker ERP

FileMaker ERP

The roots of the erp filemaker date back to the 1990s when the concept was limited to inventory management and controls in the manufacturing process. By the 2000s, the process had evolved into Material Requirements Planning (MPR), an integrated system in manufacturing for scheduling processes. FileMaker grew to encompass such "back office" procedures such as accounting and human resources that extended beyond the inventory and other operational processes. During the transition to the 21st century, many organizations experienced significant changes in their core business applications that shifted toward client-server architecture with commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) software modules that supported graphical development tools and expanded towards a global work environment. Along with this global shift, managers also wanted an integrated and seamless system among the many functional applications with a centralized data source shared among the different departments. Today, FileMaker ERP encompasses business intelligence aspects and incorporates customer service and sales functions that are considered "the front-office aspects" of a business. With this growing integration and advancement of FileMaker ERP systems, it is not surprising the broad range of industries that have successfully adopted the Filemaker solutions for meeting an organization's vision and goals