ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) is an integrated system for management and storage of information, financial, personnel and other databases of an enterprise.


There, you can configure access and rights of employees, track changes and other processes. The implementation of the system allows:

  • to accelerate and increase manyfold the operating efficiency of a company;
  • to track the productivity of branches and departments;
  • to display statistics and analyze business processes;
  • to avoid errors and inaccuracies during the establishment and maintenance of an order through departments;
  • to control income and expenses of an enterprise in real-time.

Managers can easily shape plans and schedules of activities via ERP. Besides this, the system tracks the workflow, the conclusion and administration of contracts, the assets of an organization. The financial reporting is also under constant control of senior officials and in case of errors or fraud on the part of any employee or department, they are easy to identify. Large-scale projects can be broken down into stages, you can also plan the necessary resource base and the implementation period.

EPR systems will be useful primarily to large companies in various fields that have multiple branches and a broad geography. CASPEL offers them a solution of own design, which has a modular structure, i.e., consists of multiple components, deployed as needed.

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The composition of ERP and startup process

Due to the modular principle, the implementation of the system in an enterprise occurs gradually. This simplifies the understanding of the application from both employees and customers. Full integration (ERP transition) depends on the profile and complexity of the system, and may take several months or even years.

Nodes that are needed in most cases, include:

  1. Financial – the key module, that form the investment attractiveness and reputation of a company. It includes a general ledger, accounts, accounting records of expenditures and income, data on debt and borrowing, relations with banks, etc.
  2. Human resources – contains personal and professional (qualification, experience and skills) information on employees, information about charges, awards, trips and other important HR data.
  3. Operating – it stores production, logistic and other records related to the manufacture and sale of products or services. It's individual for each area.

As we develop ERP by ourselves, we can easily introduce important modules and deactivate those irrelevant for a particular company.

Integration Solutions

Costs reducing

Reducing of costs without loss of quality free resources for business development

Increased productivity

A wide range of the system project services in the field of information technology and telecommunications infrastructure construction

Business Process Automation

Modern business practice eliminates the possibility of errors provided by the human’s factor fault