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What is ERP software?

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ERP is an industry acronym for Enterprise Resource Planning. But what does that actually mean? Broadly speaking, ERP software is a platform that enables the automation and integration of a company’s core business processes, such as core accounting, job management, inventory management, etc.

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Triumph ERP empowers the growth of WA business

WT Hydraulics

WT Hydraulics is a Kalgoorlie-based company specialising in the design, sales, service and repairs of hydraulic components and equipment. With three branches across WA, WT Hydraulics services the agriculture, forestry, mining, marine, and oil and gas sectors.

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Triumph ERP supports thriving WA business despite troubled economy


Western Australian owned and operated business, Kirby Marine, is traversing the challenging economic climate and is currently experiencing a boom, contrary to many other businesses in WA.

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Advanced Sales Order


Advanced Sales Orders is a combination of advanced features in Sales Order Entry, which you may or may not take advantage of:

  • Direct Debits; when a batch of orders is processed and invoiced, the system will create a direct debit banking file that can be electronically sent to the bank for processing. When you combine this with Standing Orders, it becomes a very efficient way to process regular orders and invoices and get paid immediately. Think of a service provider in the care industry dealing with elderly people, as long as the direct debit authority has been agreed to, this will make it easier and more streamlined for all parties.
  • Order Deposits; the ability to record deposit amounts on orders is a real benefit for customers who operate like this. With external web based orders usually requiring a deposit, normally 100%, this type of operation is happening more and more. By tying the order and the deposit up together, they can be handled as a single transaction. Also, when the invoice is generated matching the invoice to the payment, i.e. the order deposit, this happens automatically instead of having to be a manual process at a later stage.
  • Paperless Picking; allows handheld mobile scanning computers to guide the picker through the warehouse, showing them what to pick. This in turn makes pickers more efficient and more accurate, which is very important if dealing with higher value goods. Orders can be split into multiple picking slips by department, e.g. frozen and dry goods, and prioritised based on customer. Pickers can be split into different customer groups, e.g. country or metro. A management dashboard provides full control over order priorities and who is picking what, as well as an overview of workload and performance.

    Note that Paperless Picking requires  suitable scanning device, e.g. Intermec CN51 with wireless or cellular connections recommended, and a Triumph login/user for each device. It also requires the mobile communications software, which is $500 ex per five scanners.
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