Integrating all departments and functions across a company onto a single computer system
that can serve all those different departments' particualr needs
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is an enterprise-wide information system designed to coordinate all the resources, information, and activities needed to complete business processes such as order fulfillment or billing.

With ERP, it uses a central database that holds all the data relating to the various system modules. In order to achieve a faultless integration, an ERP system uses manifold software and hardware as well. ERP system is very common used by larger retail chains. An ERP system usually comprises function-specific components that are designed to interact with the various components such as the Sales, Operation, Inventory and Finance.

Unlike conventional ERP system, either you are from larger corporation or small and medium business (SMI /SME), with modular development in mind, Corpweb’s Web-based ERP (WebERP) has all the flexibility to tailor-made its features and functionalities to support a variety of businesses such as Retailer, Construction, Multi-Level Management System (MLMS) and Human Resources.

Focusing on web-based development and centralized database storage, our solutions have strong demands in the following industries: manufacturing, property developer, real estate, financial planning, IT related, residential community, direct selling marketing and expanding.
  • Integration among different functional areas to ensure proper communication, productivity and efficiency.
  • Design engineering. To make the product as good as possible.
  • Order tracking, from acceptance through fulfillment.
  • The revenue cycle, from invoice through cash receipt.
  • Managing inter-dependencies of complex processes bill of materials.
  • Tracking the three-way match between purchase order, inventory receipts, and costing.
  • The accounting for all of these tasks: tracking the revenue, cost and profit at a granular level.
The length of time to implement ERP system depends on the size of the business, the scope of the change and willingness of the customer to take ownership for the project. A small project maybe planned and delivered within 3-9 months. However, a large implementation may take years.