ERP software for medium to large-sized businesses 

Whatever the needs of your industry, we can help you reduce complexity and achieve your business objectives.

 ERP software for medium to large-sized businesses 

Whatever the needs of your industry, we can help you reduce complexity and achieve your business objectives.

 ERP software for medium to large-sized businesses 

Whatever the needs of your industry, we can help you reduce complexity and achieve your business objectives.

What is ERP software ?

ERP stands for Enterprise Resource Planning.  ERP is a type of software that connects day-to-day business processes, including : inventory and order management, supply chain, accounting, human resources, procurement, and customer relationship management.

 
ERP software and solutions interface from Sage

Get end-to-end control 

Improve efficiency and insight across your entire business, from purchasing to manufacturing, supply chain, sales and finances. Our solutions can also help you with human capital management, CRM, fixed assets, and more.

Join a growing community

You gain access to the most powerful set of business tools in the world. You also join an extensive network of 40,000 accountants and 26,000 business partners, who are there to provide you with on-site support and industry expertise.

Expand at home and abroad

Our solutions support expansion into new markets, offering capabilities across multiple sites, currencies, languages, and legislations. Our fast, simple, and flexible solutions will help you do more business around the world.

Get started fast

Cut through the complexity with a solution that’s simple to implement and easy to use. Our solutions can be quickly tailored to your specific needs. Our experts will help you migrate existing data and adapt the solution to your unique needs.

Thousands of businesses use Enterprise Management, including some of the world’s leading companies

AutoTrader
Beyers
Burbidge
Empire Candle Co
flybe
gap personnel
Jaguar
jupiter group
Land Rover
Lesters
Lykki.com
mango
Martinez Y Canto
M Pesa
Mrs. Garlic
RSPCA Pet Insurance
Sabahports
Sonora

Award-winning solutions

Organizations around the world recognize Sage as a leader in technology and innovation.

Crowd Leader award
G2 Crowd Leader Award

Sage Intacct named a leader

Gartner award
Highest Score in Core Financials

Sage Intacct rated in lower midsize enterprises use case

Temkin award
Temkin Group Customer Experience Award

One of six winners in 2017

PC Mag award
PC Magazine Business Choice Award

Top scores in satisfaction, reliability, support & satisfaction

The Cloud100 award
Forbes 100 World's Best Cloud Companies

Awarded to Sage Intacct in 2017

Ventana Research leadership award
Ventana Research Leadership

For using technologies & applying best practices

Whatever the needs of your industry, we can help you simplify complexity and drive growth.

Enterprise Management

An easy to use platform for large businesses in the US and abroad. Manage your business using mobile, cloud or on-premise products.

  • A single solution for your core processes: inventory, sales, customer service and finances
  • Collaborate across divisions, countries, multiple sites, languages and legislations
  • Manage financial processes with general ledger, cost accounting, budgeting and more
  • Control procurement, cash flow and business purchases.
  • Get a 360° view of your customers across sales, marketing, customer service and support
  • Ideal for manufacturing, wholesale and services processes

Why implement ERP?

 ERP enables teams to efficiently manage and collaborate on project information. ERP offers a central repository of information about services, products, vendors, retailers, company financials, suppliers, customer orders - and more. It enables managers to make more informed decisions and improve efficiency across the entire business.

Why Sage Business Cloud?

Unlike typical ERP solutions that often rely on the integration of add-on programs, Enterprise Management is ready for use in many industries. These include distribution, wholesale, retail, manufacturing, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, high-tech and services. It's also more affordable, intuitive and scalable than ERP. 

A short history of ERP software

The research and advisory firm Gartner is credited with coming up with the term ERP in a seminal 1990 white-paper A Vision of Next Generation MRP II. However, it’s possible to trace the roots of the concept of ERP to the 1960s.

In the 1970s and 80s, software engineers developed these rudimentary systems so they could manage manufacturing and other business processes. These systems became known as Material Requirements Planning (MRP) and later Manufacturing Resource Planning or (MRP II).

By 1990, it was possible to use an MRP system, or ERP, to manage inventory and other operational processes as well as for managing back-office functions like human resources.

In the early 2000s, Gartner declared what we knew then as ERP was dead and that “ERP II” was the future.

This future comprised web-based software with real-time access to business-critical information. “ERP II” expanded to encompass business intelligence (BI) alongside front-office like sales force automation (SFA), marketing automation and even e-commerce.

During the past ten years, software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions or cloud computing has fueled the growth of ERP and transformed it into a more affordable and easier to implement software.

Modern ERP software enables real-time reporting business intelligence and should serve as a valuable tool for executives, managers and leaders who need to see what’s going on across their businesses.

Although the acronym ERP refers to large businesses, medium-sized and rapidly growing companies today turn to ERP software today when they’ve outgrown their accounting solution, and they need help with key business processes. 

What is an example of an ERP system?

Although cloud ERP solutions are popular today, a significant amount of organizations opt for on-premise solutions to meet specific business requirements. Sage Business Cloud offers everything traditional ERP can do and a lot more. It's also more affordable, intuitive and scalable. 

How does ERP software work?

Enterprise resource planning software works by bringing together information from across a business including: sales, marketing, production, procurement, production and more. This information is stored in a shared database that employees in different business units can work on securely from anywhere.