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Bernardo Ramos, IT security expert
For many years , ICT managers have had tow options:
1.Not to take risks
2. Choose the best
In the 70s and 80s Option 1 was blue, In the 90s he was named a consultant / auditor and In the 2000s it has been the development of integrated systems , which we called ERP (extended evolution of the old MRP) and it seems that only exists for large companies a three acronyms, expensive and complex. Bernardo Ramos IT security expert
But the ERP is obsoleted as an element of progress, and can not bring significant improvements to the progress of the current company. Originally, the integrated system in which all the company operates on a common database , was very suggestive , but had a birth defect that has inherited the ERP: revolved around the data.
Data is the raw material of the finance department , its raison d'etre . Not surprisingly, in my father's time it was called administration department. But the company is characterized by its operations. And operations revolve around processes. No data. Any computing solution based on processes reflect so much more precise operation of a business that the best ERP, always primarily based on data.
These solutions will adapt more naturally to most departments of the company than a ERP. We can say that an ERP requires the company to fit it while a process-based solution adapts the operation of the company and each of its departments. Therefore processes based solutions are easier to implement (and is more effective).
The ERP will remain necessary as administrative support to the operation of the company , but the BPM (Business Proces Management or process-based solutions ) is the new paradigm that will help make large investments in ERP providing development capacity to the companies.
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