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What is Enterprise Resource planning?

Enterprise resource planning is the process organizations use to manage the various segments of their business. These segments can include operations, sales, resource management, and more. Oftentimes, businesses use end-to-end ERP (enterprise resource planning) systems to address their varying needs, though this software can be pricey, depending on the type. 

Where many PM tools speak to specific ways of improving business processes (collaboration, automation etc.), an ERP system may like include CRM, supply chain management, business intelligence, resource management, financial tools, and more.