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Samsung adopts new ERP system for efficient operation globally

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Seoul | Monday, 2021 4:15:06 PM IST
Samsung Electronics on Monday said the company has adopted a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) system to enhance efficiency and productivity in its global operations.

The South Korean tech giant said the system, which the company developed over the last 30 months, has been first used by its offices in China and Southeast Asian countries.

Samsung said the new ERP system, called N-ERP, will be used by all of its overseas branches by January 2022, reports Yonhap news agency.

The world's largest memory chip and smartphone maker said its N-ERP brings the latest solutions in massive data processing, artificial intelligence and optical character recognition.

The latest platform will provide real-time analysis of its supply chain and more accurate simulation models so that workers can make better decisions of the company, according to Samsung.

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2021-04-05-10:30:06 (IANS)

 
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