Enterprises and scale, the sheer association and the interconnectedness between the two if not managed aptly most certainly leads to chaos.
For instance, just imagine a country with many distinct provinces and cities. To manage a country’s policy and administration, there ought to be an extreme level of coordination among on all levels, horizontally and vertically as well. To manage a city in silo would have been a relatively easy feat compared to managing a country with many cities under its ambit. Manually done, it would take forever for correspondence and timely coordination and corrective action whenever required.
Moving ahead, Now imagine the chaos behind the curtains when these departments run on their own, like an island in the ocean of data. This isolated approach can lead to errors, sheer inefficiencies, and might result in lack of overall visibility.
Thanks to modern-day ERPs (Enterprise Resource Planning Software), this doomsday scenario can be avoided. ERP acts as a central hub, effortlessly integrating data and processes across the organization. It’s like connecting the dots, transforming isolated sectors into a cohesive network, so the island stays afloat.