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Use of Enterprise Resource Planning Systems (ERPs) in Coca Cola

Updated on September 4, 2014

Enterprise resource planning is an integrated platform of software applications, which create a business management system that is cohesive. ERP covers a broad range of business processes, and functions (Hossein, 2008, 707).


  • By using a well-planned and appropriately implemented ERP system, most operations from user authentication, order processing among others would be automated, and managed centrally.
  • The modules constituting ERP systems unify and streamline business operations. They assist in eliminating barriers that are extant between business departments. In addition, they assist in making corporate data be easily accessible (Mureell, 2005, 9).
  • ERP automates, and simplifies the logistical processes of the day-to-day business operations.

How ERP is used in the Coca Cola

Coca Cola Company has incorporated SYSPRO as its ERP alongside an integrated route settlement system. SYSPRO’s service oriented architecture consequently led to designing of a custom-built interface, which was fully configurable. The route settlement system is capable of interacting seamlessly with SYPRO. For instance, it makes it easy to extract specific orders for particular depots in appropriate status. Once they are scheduled, the orders are placed on a particular vehicle and uploaded automatically back to SYPRO. At this phase, an appropriate status is set in SYPRO and invoices are printed with load numbers, which are created by the route settlement system (ERP Software, 2014).


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