Today I came across this wonderful question from one of our customers asking me whether Key players can be compared to an ERP system to cut the whole story short this was my answer to him.
Most Key Players are simply accounting tool and not an ERP. Historically Key Players started as an accounting tool but over the period of time, it has evolved as an advanced version of basic accounting tool with key players like Quick books Desktop Enterprise version. This enterprise version of Quick Books offers advanced features and functionality of inventory, accounting, manufacturing, sales etc.
Whereas ERP is a business management solution which offers a suite of integrated application to manage and connect various business process – financials, marketing, sales, purchases, services, operations, inventory and projects…and that’s just it,hoping he understood me because this was the simplest way I could differentiate between quick books and an ERP system.

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