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Differences in User Interface Design
ERP software automates complex business processes and transforms the way workers interact. ERP users often go through lengthy training sessions to learn how to user ERP systems. It is reasonable to design sophisticated workflow processes to best-fit organizations’ business processes. The user interface design of ecommerce systems, however, has to very intuitive and easy to use. Training should not be required for using ecommerce applications. While ERP users have no choice but to use their ERP systems, ecommerce users have go to your competitors in a few clicks.

Differences in Requirements of System Uptime
The complexity of ERP system demands routine maintenance. It is possible to shutdown an ERP system on weekends or holidays to perform periodical system maintenance and performance tuning since the primary users of ERP system are internal workers. Ecommerce applications (such as online storefronts or B2B exchange), on the other hand, serve the general public and external partners, suppliers or distributors. They are required to be available 99.99% of time.

Differences in Security Requirements
ERP systems and ecommerce applications have very different security requirements. Ecommerce applications are generally outside the firewall or DMZ though the databases that support ecommerce applications are usually behind the firewall. Organizations take many security measures to reduce the risk of exposing sensitive internal data to general public.

Mother Tongue

From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Mother_Language_Day

International Mother Language Day (IMLD) is a worldwide annual observance held on 21 February to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism. First announced by UNESCO on 17 November 1999, it was formally recognized by the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution establishing 2008 as the International Year of Languages.

It was a social movement built on the spirit to defend the rights to write in one’s mother language.

International Mother Language Day has been being observed since 2000[4] to promote peace and multilingualism. The date corresponds to the day in 1952 when students from the University of Dhaka, Jagannath College and Dhaka Medical College, demonstrating for the recognition of Bengali as one of the two national languages of East Pakistan, were brutally shot dead by police (then under Pakistan government) near the Dhaka High Court in the capital of present-day Bangladesh.

“Mother language” is the calque of a term used in several Romance languages — lengua materna (Spanish), lingua madre (Italian) and langue maternelle (French) “mamiaith” (Welsh) — as well as the Sanskrit matribhasha and Tamil ”thaimozhi”. The more literal and more common English translation is “mother tongue”, while “native language” has the same meaning and is also in common use. In linguistics, the English term “mother language” usually refers to an ancestral language, often a proto-language, relative to its descendent language family.

Commerce & Technology

From starting journey of a company to its ending “Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)” is historically undetached part. In previous it was maintained verbally, later on using record book, and then using desktop based computer. But now days round the globe, online-based “Enterprise Resource Planning” is used widely.

Though presentation form of ERP has changed by time but the information has remained approximately same. It provides authority of a company, to know the details about employees at a glance. Also provides quick knock opportunity in case of emergency or normal purposes of official, personal or even accident.

Now, ERP –is frequently used to distribute of day-to-day official tasks because it contains various types of connecting opportunity to an employee. However ERP- has an important link to salary and leave management. Every organization used ERP- of an employee even after his/her retirement or resignation for further uses. So without doubt it is a key tool of a company.

Differences in User Interface Design
ERP software automates complex business processes and transforms the way workers interact. ERP users often go through lengthy training sessions to learn how to user ERP systems. It is reasonable to design sophisticated workflow processes to best-fit organizations’ business processes. The user interface design of ecommerce systems, however, has to very intuitive and easy to use. Training should not be required for using ecommerce applications. While ERP users have no choice but to use their ERP systems, ecommerce users have go to your competitors in a few clicks.

Differences in Requirements of System Uptime
The complexity of ERP system demands routine maintenance. It is possible to shutdown an ERP system on weekends or holidays to perform periodical system maintenance and performance tuning since the primary users of ERP system are internal workers. Ecommerce applications (such as online storefronts or B2B exchange), on the other hand, serve the general public and external partners, suppliers or distributors. They are required to be available 99.99% of time.

Differences in Security Requirements
ERP systems and ecommerce applications have very different security requirements. Ecommerce applications are generally outside the firewall or DMZ though the databases that support ecommerce applications are usually behind the firewall. Organizations take many security measures to reduce the risk of exposing sensitive internal data to general public.

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