RE: ERP System

From: Enkhbold <>
Date: Mon, 11 Jan 2010 10:05:27 +0800
Message-ID: <006801ca9262$8b21d120$a1657360$_at_com>

Thank you Nigel  

A company, who wants to use ERP is a Mining company and it has a lot of functions in Head Office and several camps.

About transactions, I think it is not countable at the moment, would be increased depending on mines develop.

Main purpose of ERP system they are looking for MIS, Reporting and some applications.  

Best regards

Enkhbold Dashdondog  

From: [] On Behalf Of Nigel Thomas
Sent: 2010-01-10 18:58
To: enkhbold
Subject: Re: ERP System  


There are many such systems. Which one is best for your company will depend on a large number of factors such as:
- size of company (revenue, number of employees, number of sites, etc)

  • volume of transactions
  • type of business (eg retail vs manufacturing vs government vs telco etc)

Big names include:
- Oracle E-Business Suite (and also PeopleSoft, Siebel, JD Edwards; all are
evolving towards the new "Fusion Applications")
Smaller names I know of (with perhaps a UK bias) include:
- CoA Solutions (formerly Cedardata)

  • Sage (I'm not 100% certain they run on Oracle)

A much fuller list (not restricted to Oracle) can be found at

This is much to complex a question to be answered satisfactorily on a technical mail list, I think...

Cheers Nigel

2010/1/10 Enkhbold <>

Hi All  

I am looking a ERP /Enterprise Resource Planning/ system which includes many modules such as Payroll, Accounting, Fixed asset, Sale, Procurement, Contract management and etc.  

Could you please help me on which ERP is available in Oracle? And is it better than others?  


Best regards

Enkhbold Dashdondog      

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