The translation of the application for the optimization of all business organizational processes opens the door to multiple subjects, all to be known and mastered accurately. The Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), integrating the information related to the internal and external management of the company, in fact contains all the features aimed at perfecting financial and accounting activities, production, sales and assistance services and CRM.
ERP systems, the authentic "backbone" of the corporation, automates these activities through an integrated software application, which aims to simplify the flow of information between the various internal business functions, managing in an equally optimal way and in parallel, the multiple connections with external stakeholders. In fact, how an ERP suite is structured is no secret for the IT team of our translation agencies: the components, Finance and Accounting, Business Planning, Human Resources (HR), Production, Supply Chain Management, Customer Relationship Management, Project management and Maintenance Management, are all business packages that require serious and targeted translation services to obtain and constantly consolidate new slices of the international market in its business.
Head of ERP translations
Ex Translation Manager project leader for the implementation of ERP in France and Italy
In an ongoing economic plan, global corporations must choose to invest in ERPs translated into the languages of the largest markets to remain firmly connected to external sources, planning and extending their profits globally. The Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) is a logical model that develops a business software for the simplification of internal systems of the organization thanks to multilingual solutions in which partners and suppliers fully interact. The major players in the sector (IBM, Oracle, Infor and SAP, three of which use our IT translation services), direct their investments on solutions based on SOA architecture, an IT sector specialized in the development and marketing of hardware systems and enterprise software products.
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