ERP Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
reviewer1000005 says in a SAP ERP review
Projektmanager Logistik/SCM at a mining and metals company with 10,001+ employees
The capacity planning, which is useful to see what has been planned and the time that is needed. It is also easy to shift plans or production planning. It provides one overview. View full review »
CSD174561 says in a SAP ERP review
Chief of Systems Development at a non-tech company with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable feature is the security. We have a very small IT team in our company, so a lot of the maintenance has to be done by the provider. So SAP gives us the maintenance and software solutions that we need. View full review »
Robin Saikat Chatterjee says in an Oracle E-Business Suite review
Head of Oracle Exadata Centre of Excellence at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
* The robust architecture * Ability for near zero downtime patching * High availability * Security * RAC * Data Guard in the architecture These make for a very resilient solution in an ERP platform. View full review »
Asher Binhas says in a SAP ERP review
SAP logistic experts-Mgr MDM Buisness analysis IT Enterprise Program at Teva Pharmaceuticals at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
MDG provides a central location for governance of the creation/updating processes of master data. It allows you to change several fields in the same object. For example, we can change a field on the purchasing view and change another field on an accounting view to the same material at the same time. View full review »
reviewer1214406 says in a PeopleSoft review
IT Consultant at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The HR features are the solution's most valuable aspects. View full review »
reviewer1039926 says in a PeopleSoft review
Independent Peoplesoft Consultant
The answer to this question will vary from one client to another. Some Clients are more focused on the processes of how it's working within the system. Others are more focused on what they can improve by using more PeopleSoft features. Most of them are not sure what functionality has given them more leisure towards doing things manually. Most of the time issues are around customizations that are part of standard practice which is at times hard for clients to get rid of and that process becomes a habit and the resistance is noticed not only from employees but by the organization as a whole, which I think is not very productive. View full review »
UshaKatyal says in a PeopleSoft review
Owner at kaydex systems ltd
Peoplesoft is the best payroll software in the market. View full review »
reviewer1022808 says in a PeopleSoft review
Technical Lead at a non-tech company with 501-1,000 employees
We find the Campus Solutions very valuable. Right now, we're working on making the same service for the students. View full review »
Mohan-S says in an Infor LX review
Sr IT/Business Consultant with 501-1,000 employees
The most valuable features are the exit points that enable integration with external software. View full review »
Chris Knightley Hill says in an IFS Applications review
User
The user interface in Apps 8 was the big seller. View full review »
reviewer1123512 says in a SAP ERP review
User
The most valuable features for us are: * Demand Planning: automated creation of supply requisitions for raw materials based on sales demand. * EDI: automated sales order processing and advanced shipment notifications. * MRP: Fully integrated with preventive and reactionary maintenance system to assist in scheduling work orders. Automated load balancing based on available resources (man & machine). * Invoicing: Automated invoicing based on shipped orders, with invoices emailed to customers automatically. View full review »
reviewer1047420 says in a PeopleSoft review
Director, Client Services at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
Self-service and mobile/fluid. View full review »
Krishna AB says in a PeopleSoft review
Business/Systems Analyst with 1,001-5,000 employees
* It has great depth of application functionality and flexibility of developing and integrating with others. * In recent years, they added more functionality in the mobile, analytical reporting, and installing/patching/hosting area. View full review »
Jayaprakash Kuppusamy says in a SAP S/4HANA review
Associate IT Consultant at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
Easy integration with other tools. View full review »
reviewer1005111 says in an Oracle E-Business Suite review
Chief Architect with 1,001-5,000 employees
Costing: very good, in-depth analysis. View full review »
reviewer992160 says in an Oracle E-Business Suite review
Managing Director at a consultancy with 51-200 employees
Accessing vital information on the dashboard: I can customize summarized reports to be available on the dashboard. View full review »
reviewer983598 says in an Epicor ERP review
Senior Vice President with 51-200 employees
* It's flexible enough to address most issues a discrete manufacturer would have. * 360-degree reporting: If the data is in the system, there are many ways to report it. Epicor has a number of different tools/modules for reporting. * The system can be highly modified without changes to the code - this means your changes survive upgrades. * The core ERP modules work well and have been tested by many customers. * The company is constantly trying to improve the product and its offerings. There are a lot of modules and functionality available beyond the core. * The product configurator is a powerful tool. View full review »
ReviewerNG524 says in an Oracle E-Business Suite review
Assistant Vice President, Global Projects Delivery at comviva
The database is feature rich, no doubt. It is also a a tool that can easily connect an entire company. From this, you can build any BI orders. The reporting solution is good and it has a good database that connects with everything. View full review »
Aftab Mohammed says in a JD Edwards EnterpriseOne review
Manager at a construction company with 1,001-5,000 employees
One feature is that J.D. Edwards supports any software it integrates with. View full review »
AppArch25 says in a SAP ERP review
Applications Architecture at a engineering company with 5,001-10,000 employees
It integrates everything into one process. View full review »
Gustavo Gonzalez says in an Oracle E-Business Suite review
Chief Technology Officer at IT Convergence
The most important features are related to the Financials and Project Management suites. Flexibility in configurations and how it supports business globally in a single instance are definitely the most valuable aspects of the tool. View full review »
Chee De Visser says in a PeopleSoft review
Leader, FP&A and Financial Systems at a government with 201-500 employees
The integration between Human Capital Management (HCM) and PeopleSoft is an important feature, especially after seeing so many stand-alone HR/Payroll systems. View full review »
Felix Daniel Bravo PĂ©rez says in an Oracle E-Business Suite review
Gerente de Aplicaciones Oracle at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
It is easy to use and has many functions for facilitating day-to-day work (transactionally speaking). There are a lot of reports and queries available. The GL and FAH modules have become real-deal players for an organization with many legacy systems that handle transactions and where there is a need to create accounting from these transactions. The supplier invoice payment process is very easy and is integrated from the requisition to the payment (and to creating the asset). I like very much the way we can control inventories. View full review »
Rajinder Sachdeva (Pmp, Oracle Certified Master.) says in an Oracle E-Business Suite review
Infrastructure Architect at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
Inventory and enterprise asset maintenance. View full review »
it_user80574 says in an Oracle E-Business Suite review
Program Manager at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
* Financial reconciliation * Reporting View full review »
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