5 Videos That Best Explain ERP

I’m a very visual person. I learn best from pictures, charts, and videos. Unless I see somebody else working a system or software, I find it rather difficult to grasp that software’s functionality without a visual aid. As such, I’ve found it incredibly beneficial to watch videos before jumping into using a system. Alas, here are five of the best videos I’ve come across that explain what ERP is:

1. What is ERP Software

Let’s start with introducing what ERP software does. This video successfully explains how it takes all the other systems in your enterprise and organizes them into one coherent system.


2. What is ERP? (ERP Software in 2 Minutes!)

It is also extremely useful to watch this short and forward presentation of what ERP is. You won’t feel overwhelmed by the amount of information in this video, and you’ll gain a basic of what ERP is!

3. Best ERP Tutorial

This tutorial is highly touted as being the best, and I happen to agree. The video specifically explains the process for monely.com’s free ERP system. Although the layout may not be the same for each system, the overall ERP process will more or less mirror this one.


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4. Successful ERP Implementation – Complexity vs. Simplicity

We all know how important implementation of an ERP system is. It needs to be done correctly in order for the information to be coherent and useful for your company to utilize.


5. Ten Tips for Successful ERP Implementation

Continuing with the importance of ERP implementation, this next video discusses 10 tips on how to successfully implement ERP. Carefully elaborating on each point, this video provides a great deal of helpful information.

Marissa Hart is the Lead Author & Editor of ERPeople. ERPeople is a blog focused on all Enterprise Resource Planning business management platforms. ERP can be used by a company to collect, store, manage, and interpret data from many business activities, including: Product planning, cost, manufacturing or service delivery, marketing, and sales.