An ERP administrator serves as a strong pillar that ensures reliable performance of the ERP system. An ERP administrator is responsible for troubleshooting any ERP related hardware, software or user access issue that may hinder the company’s smooth workflow.
To maintain optimal performance of ERP system, an ERP administrator must participate in activities that can help to configure, test, and implement new applications within the ERP system. An administrator must also overlook system performance and usage to keep the company security standards at the top. On the other hand, an administrator must also carry out new software releases, fixes, and system upgrades. Additionally, these system upgrades must also be coordinated with system users, so they do not get confused with any new feature.
At times, there is also an expectation from an ERP administrator to recommend new features and changes to ERP configuration/workflows based on user reviews that can help to optimize the company functions even more.
These are some of the basics of ERP system administration.
At ERP Buddies, we provide complete system administration functionality to support the ongoing process of implementation, and further usage of your system of choice.