Top 5 GST Ready ERP Systems and ERP Software in India

ProERP: Digital Business Platform

ProERP is a fully featured cloud based ERP system designed for Small and Medium Sized business. The ERP can be customized for any business requirements. It is developed by young and agile technology startup up firm, Protostar Consulting Services, Pune. It covers a wide range of features including Accounting, CRM, Inventory management, Selling, Purchasing, Manufacturing, Projects, HR & Payroll, Website, E-Commerce and much more. 


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ERPNext: Open Source Cloud ERP

 ERPNext is an Open Source ERP system. ERPNext covers a wide range of features including Accounting, CRM, Inventory management, Selling, Purchasing, Manufacturing, Projects, HR & Payroll, Website, E-Commerce and much more. 


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SAP S/4HANA Cloud

Founded in 1972 by five former IBM engineers, SAP is the undisputed market leader in the ERP space and is the third largest software company in the world. Its current version has more than 30,000 relational database tables that allow it to handle extremely complex business situations. While it is an undisputed number one in the Tier I ERP space, SAP has been criticized at times for being too complex and difficult to handle. If you are a small or medium company, this solution is probably more than what your company needs or could potentially handle.


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Microsoft Dynamics 365

Microsoft Dynamics is mostly focused on Tier II clients in the ERP space. It provides solutions in a number of different business domains including in the Customer Relationship Management domain. A great advantage of Microsoft products is its great ease of use. This holds for its ERP products as well.


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Oracle ERP Cloud

While Oracle was formerly best known for its relational database, it was for many years the database of choice for SAP ERP applications. This cooperative situation had existed since the late 70’s. However, sometime around 2004, Oracle began to look at building its own ERP solutions and at the same time SAP began to offer its ERP solutions on the Microsoft SQL Server database platform as well. The first Oracle ERP product was Oracle Financials which was released into the market as early as in 1989. However, post 2004, Oracle began to become a serious player in the ERP market and is now a well-established number 2 in the Tier I market.


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