Running Governmental Operations and Related Business Activities in Conjunction with Manufacturing and/or Distribution Processes through Highly Efficient ERP Manufacturing Software Solutions which are Engineered ‘For Speed’ and have Multiple Applications that can be Employed for Multiple Market Purposes or for Activities in Different Industrial Sectors (Part II) – Lessening the Burden of Bureaucracy through the Implementation and Global Deployment of ERP Manufacturing Software Solutions
Activities in Different Industrial Sectors - Manufacturing Software
As we can gather from Infor’s list of important customers and clients examined in the previous article, a revealing aspect of primary importance and significance is that Infor’s ERP manufacturing software solution - with the related integrated suites and Internet applications - is employed by over 1,100 government agencies at the state and local level. This factor provides ample support for the high quality and efficiency of ERP manufacturing software solutions like Infor10 ERP Enterprise, especially due to the great advantages it offers in reducing bureaucratic hassles thanks to its high potential for extended connectivity and inter- connectivity, to encourage the free and open exchange of ideas across all company or organization levels and shift the decision-making process back and forth between administrative employees and agency or department directors.
With the bureaucratic process itself being a huge part of the legislative, judicial, and executive process, it is normal that local and state government agencies would choose to implement a powerful ERP software with multiple suites to be used for diverse governmental processes and functions, which also integrates all the required applications to monitor and manage manufacturing and distribution processes on a global scale.
To explain more clearly how any government agency also requires the use of either made-to – order ERP manufacturing software solutions, or the addition of external applications and suites to be customized and incorporated into the one which they currently use to run governmental operations and business activities for (or in conjunction with) manufacturing processes, a brief analysis is required so the reader can have a better understanding of the inter-linkage of wide and multiple, mutual industrial interests that ERP technology in general - and ERP manufacturing software solutions specifically - have the potential not only to bring together and merge, but also promote and expand locally, nationally, and on a global scale over the course of time through the implementation and deployment of ERP manufacturing software solutions (and this, by itself, is already a process that also aids in the large- scale international dissemination of basic and essential, or advanced ERP technological knowledge and technical expertise among new audiences and foreign markets / industries which have either never heard of it, or are just being introduced to Enterprise Resource Planning with all the benefits that go with it, as it were).
The Relationship of Mutual Interests that Exists Between the Local, State, and National Governments and the Manufacturing Industry: Some Significant Examples
To give some illuminating and concrete examples of how government departments are involved in manufacturing and distribution (even if only peripherally in some situations), the strict ties between the government and industrial sectors, as a matter of course, are inter- connected to the type of relationship that exists between multinationals and government interests (big corporations, of course, being the number one lobbyist group that can influence legislation, and the number one financial contributor for electoral campaigns; moreover, contractors employed by the government come especially from the manufacturing and distribution or supply industries).