What’s ERP?

If you run a business, you’ll know that there’s more to manage than just accounting – there’s inventory, your people, customers, orders and so on. ERP (i.e. Enterprise Resource Planning) is software that brings together all this information and processes together into one central system.

This means no matter what part of your business your people are working in, everyone is accessing the same information to make their decisions and do their work. With a single source of truth, decisions are easier, and processes are simpler.

So if you’re failing to produce and deliver your goods on time or are unable to inform your customers about the details of their order, ERP helps solve this. As a business planning tool, ERP software reduces disjointed information, repetitive manual processes and manual error. It ultimately lets you better manage your supply chain and business efficiency.

Access anywhere: bringing it all together in the cloud

Usually, ERP software is housed on a company’s own server infrastructure (known as an ‘on premise’ setup). Cloud ERP simply means the software is housed in a cloud environment, so just like the apps on your phone, you can access it anytime, anywhere, with just an internet connection. Being cloud based also means you don’t have to pay any fees relating to disaster recovery, infrastructure damage, IT support and software upgrades. Instead, everything is automatically backed up and secured online. Upgrades happen overnight and you can access real-time information, speeding up operations and reducing manual entry and errors.

So, what’s Wiise?

Wiise is accounting and business management software, built on Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central ‒ a cloud ERP solution.

This means Wiise brings together all your accounting, inventory, payroll, warehousing, CRM, HR functions and more into one central hub. Based on the cloud, Wiise keeps your data secure with automatic back-ups and ISO compliance. Wiise is hosted locally in Australia, on one of the most secure servers, Microsoft Azure.

In relation to ERP functions and processes, Wiise includes:
  • Accounting
  • Integrated banking
  • Payroll
  • CRM
  • Job and project costing
  • Distribution and warehousing
  • Manufacturing and service management
  • Data & Analytics
  • Microsoft integration
So whether you’re looking for a software that simply speeds up processes and streamlines information, or something with more complex functionality to better run and manage your wholesale or manufacturing business, Wiise is for you. As a cloud based ERP software, Wiise has taken advanced technology and made it accessible for business of all sizes.