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Skill Sectors    ERP Professionals

Industrial ERP  Sectors

ERP Professionals

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is business process management software. ERP systems increase productivity. Because an ERP system integrates data and processes across multiple departments and locations, it allows a company to move product faster, process orders quicker, invoice customers more rapidly and reconcile shipments sooner.

About ERP Software Sector:

Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is business process management software that allows an organization to use a system of integrated applications to manage the business and automate many back office functions related to technology, services and human resources.

ERP systems increase productivity. Because an ERP system integrates data and processes across multiple departments and locations, it allows a company to move product faster, process orders quicker, invoice customers more rapidly and reconcile shipments sooner.

Examples of ERP system modules include: product lifecycle management, supply chain management (for example purchasing, manufacturing and distribution), warehouse management, customer relationship management (CRM), sales order processing, online sales, financials, human resources, and decision support system.

Functional Areas

·         An ERP system covers the following common functional areas. In many ERP systems these are called and grouped together as ERP modules:

 

Essential Job Functions

  • Perform as a member of an application support team for ERP systems users throughout the organization and its partners.
  • Work with ERP systems users and management to determine appropriate system configuration and setup.
  • Assist ERP systems users with data conversion.
  • Thoroughly understand ERP database schema.
  • Assist with testing new releases of ERP systems prior to use in a production environment.
  • Create documentation and procedures guidelines for ERP systems users.
  • Thoroughly understand ERP security subsystem in order to assign appropriate system access to users at different levels throughout the organization and its partners.
  • Thoroughly understand business practices and procedures in order to design, develop and maintain automated workflow processes.
  • Work as a Systems Analyst with knowledgeable persons throughout the Agency and its partners to help define user needs and develop data processing solutions.
  • Analyze and troubleshoot ERP system issues reported by end users.
  • Design, develop and maintain reports used by technical staff and ERP systems users.

Course Details:

Course Name

Duration in Hrs

Eligibility

Job Role Description

Industry Partners

Industrial ERP Software Professional

300 Hrs

Diploma / BE / MBA / MCA / Any Graduate

Thoroughly understand industry / business practices and procedures in order to design, develop and maintain automated workflow processes.

M/S. Chhabi Electricals Pvt. Ltd, MIDC, Jalgaon

 

Career Opportunities:

ERP Software Professionals are trained in enterprise resource planning (ERP), business process management software that allows an organization to use integrated applications that automate many functions related to technology, services, and human resources, thus freeing up company manpower.

The ERP Consultant provides support related to this function, developing and integrating the client’s relevant ideas and assisting in resource-planning decisions. The ERP Consultant’s primary goal is to ensure their ERP software runs as smoothly and efficiently as possible, and develop and oversee solutions for any shortcomings.

The ERP Consultant will assess the company’s business requirements and software needs for many areas, including employee training, business processes, and employee communication, and ensure that any new solutions devised are time-and-cost-effective.

The ERP Consultant is also responsible for ensuring that all levels of the company are informed and collaborating effectively on the implementation of the process. Hours will vary, but the ERP Consultant should be prepared to be on-call for technical emergencies. General duties will include software analysis, working with technical teams, developing design specifications for programs and present plans of action to management.

Any company with a significant intra-company technological system is likely to employ an ERP Consultant, and as such this is a fast-growing position.

Learning Outcomes: Participants shall be imparted with live hands-on with ERP software Package followed by Industrial Training, to help them develop necessary skill sets to –

  • Understand the Tools, Technology, Hardware and Integration Methods used in ERP package
  • Understand the dynamic needs of industry and business
  • Understand the business analytics and utilize technology for better decision making
  • Skills to interface and apply functionalities of various modules of ERP package like MM, PP, FI, HR, QA, HR, CRM , Inventory Management etc
  • Utilize ERP functionality for Cost reduction, Time Management, Improved Quality and Optimum Productivity.
  • Skills and Tools for Customer Relationship Management and After Sales Service Support.

ERP OJT @ M/S. Chhabi Electricals Pvt. Ltd, MIDC, Jalgaon, MS

  • Practicals for Creation of Master Database in ERP            [10 Hrs]
  • Practicals for Finance Module   [15 Hrs]

Handle multiple companies, General Ledger, Journal Entries, Credit / Debit Note, Budget, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Real-time Posting, Handle Taxation, Real-time Report Generation, Profit-Loss-Statement

  • Practicals for Inventory Management Module   [15 Hrs]

Stores, Track inventory, Level and Stock Management in Real-Time, Stock Output, Increase Goods Availability, Reduce Inventory Carrying Costs

·         Practicals for Purchase Module [20 Hrs]

Purchase indent, purchase enquiry, procurement, reduce purchase and inventory costs, evaluation of vendor

·         Practicals for Sales Module         [15 Hrs]

Sales enquiry, sales quotation, sales order preparation, sales delivery, sales invoice, excise invoice

  • Practicals for Planning , Manufacturing & QA Modules [15 Hrs]

Bill of material, production forecasts, production plan, production order, MRP, Manage sub-contracting, Manufacturing efficiency, Streamline production and planning, QA and QC Management

  • Practicals for HR Module [10 Hrs]

Recruitment, Job Profile, Performance Evaluation, Payroll and legal compliances

  • Practicals for Service Module [20 Hrs]

Service after Sales, Installation, Service Level Agreement, Service Order, Service Call Order, Service call assignment / re-assignment, Service visit, Service visit expenses, Service call closure, Service invoice 


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