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Allied Market Research recently conducted a study on the ERP software market for the forecast period 2013-2020. The market will reach at $41.69 billion by 2020 registering a CAGR of 7.2%. The market owes it massive spurt in revenue to sectors such as healthcare, manufacturing services, BFSI, aerospace and defense, and telecom. The report gives a comprehensive analysis key market segments, top winning segments, lucrative investment pockets.
The medical center and healthcare spend massive sums of money on critical medicines and machines to ensure a patient gets the best care. To track their supply chain management of thousands of medicines can be a nightmare. Many hospitals are still stuck on to outdated methods. Oracles is building a new system to track supply-chain management that will enable customers to create intelligent customer-centric approach. Oracle brought about new cloud applications such as Oracle Supply Chain Management (SCM) Cloud, Oracle Customer Care Experience Cloud (CX) Suite, Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Cloud, And Oracle Human Capital Management(HCM) Cloud. The SCM cloud offers end-to-end visibility, insights, operation planning, demand management, supply planning and collaboration, and a host of other services that are comprehensive yet upgraded to hasten complex processes.
Retail and manufacturing sectors also need to look at resolving complex manually-daunting processes. Retail and manufacturers deal with bulk orders daily, sometimes individually or in collaboration. The Oracle Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Cloud facilitates organizations and business by reducing IT complexities. The ERP cloud service includes financial, procurements, project portfolio management, and comes with a feature called Dynamic Discounting and Multi-Funding.
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Europe's largest technology company, SAP will collaborate with Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises to jointly launch Bharat ERP in India to train 15 lakh consultants in the next three years. Scott Russel, president at SAP for Asia-Pacific and Japan stated that they plan to work on boosting their technological outreach to 51 million SMEs in the marketplace. Since many SMEs lack technical knowhow, access, financial support, their program would gradually facilitate people gain an understanding of using ERP software. The digital empowerment will be supported by telecom industries since they are looking at digitally skilled people who have an understanding of key processes such as finance, sales, customer relationship management.
Vodafone used process mining technology from Celonis and saw the difference. Celonis is a Munich-based software vendor that enabled Vodafone to filter out flawed business processes. The data was used to improve supply-chain management and to prepare for S/4HANA. Vodafone's super complex business depends on the data analytics team assembled by Celonis. The inferences have helped them eliminate areas that consume too much of their time and resource. They are now moving on to a new ERP platform known as S/4HANA that will simplify procurement process by 'robotizing'.
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Global aircraft manufacturer Airbus has pulled off something that could get other manufacturers follow suit. Collaborating with start-ups from India, they are using a new ERP software that is pulling out unreadable data and converting them to presentable format to the management. They are using techniques that determine R&D cost, procurement process, supply-chain management services that are increasing their efficiency. The subsidiaries of Airbus are also depending on this technology to enhance functionality.
The research done on ERP software by Allied Market Research will give extensive insights on the global players, their strategies and financial hold. The qualitative and quantitative examination will enable key players to formulate crucial plans and strategies that will help boost the overall business.
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