Quarterly Business Update: Enterprise Resource Planning - Issue 1, January 2013

Quarterly Business Update: Enterprise Resource Pl...

Foreign direct investment in China is growing, and more foreign companies are setting up subsidiaries in China every year. The parent company usually requires their Chinese subsidiaries to use the same Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software such as SAP®, Oracle® and JDE®, or internally developed ERP software systems as the group to ensure unified management and group reporting.

Quarterly Business Update

In this Issue:

  • Challenges of Group ERP System Implementation in China
  • Compliance Requirements of Chinese Regulators
  • Implementation of the New PRC GAAP
  • Internal Requirements
  • Responding to the Challenges  

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