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Erp system iNTEGRATION

  • -One of the most important characteristics of ERP systems is that they are built on a single comprehensive database to share information across the enterprise. ERP system integration, on the internal side, can be assumed to be complete and comprehensive. And as long as the ERP systems covers all of your information management needs, and there are no external systems or applications in place or planned, integration should not be a concern.

ERP Integration issues

  • Homegrown system

  • Middleware

  • Maintenance

  • Cost

  • Communication between Organization


  • Homegrown system are made or develop by the company or organization which best meet their unique need.

  • Middleware third party softwarewhich help to integrate software application to ERP

  • Maintenance- managing the software and ERP when there are changes or upgrading .

  • Cost – company spend additional 50% budget of IT on application in integration.

  • Communication between organization , people around must understand the nature of integration and how it may effect the entire business.


  • Homegrown system can help in unique need of the organization but they must consider that ERP system may or may be successful because of this system

  • Middleware is additional expense of the organization.

  • The more system implemented the more system to be maintain.

  • Cost – It is estimated that integration market is equal to the size of the entire ERP market.

  • Understanding by each part of organization may lead the ERP to be success.


  • Bolt-on the homegrown system to ERP is part of integration but make sure that ERP serve as Backbone for the entire system

  • Middleware- many ERP company have their own third party vendor ask the ERP company the list of updated middleware applicable to them

  • Make schedule maintenance for both ERP and other system that is integrated

  • If the ERP system can do all the needs of the organization better never integrate another system

  • Teamwork is the key of ERP success.

  • ERP integration can be successful if everyone in organization is willing to cooperate.

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