There is a Difference between Tally and ERP. ERP means
Enterprise resource planning. But Tally.ERP9 means extended
reach planning that means with Tally.ERP 9 we can access
data from any ware in the world.
But now we can see any take printout only. In coming
releases complete accessing will come.
Tally generate Excise for manufacture & dealers
Vat, Cst, Servie Tax, Tds, Tcs, FBT reports except form 16
That form 16 also will come in shortly
Synchronize data from different locations on a daily basis.
Automation back-up everyday.
Sales order, receipt note, sales tracking,
Purchase order, receipt note, purchase tracking also there
Comparing to price wise erp is around laks
But Tally.erp9 bellow 50,000 only
It is generate around 300 reports
We can customize tally also.
Having been an SAP consultant many years ago, I find it insane that
all you people are comparing Tally with a real life ERP system.
Let's face, just because you integrate a few functions into a software
package, an ERP system it does not become. Tally is simply an
accounting package and that too using a very archaic DOS like GUI,
meant to be used primarily by the bookkeepers and accountants of
an organization. Unlike a real ERP system that cascades across the
entire processes of an organization, Tally is purely finance oriented
for the most part. Some of you may argue that it can tailored, etc.,
etc. for other functionality. But really, who the hell wants to, given
it's archaic interface.
Frankly, if any of the other major accounting packages in its class,
like Peachtree were customised for India, Tally would go the way of
the dodo. Compared to Peachtree or similar windows GUI systems
with result oriented dashboards, etc, Tally is overpriced for what you
get. People make a big deal out of the fact that Tally is pre-set to
use Indian tax forms, etc. Again, if a package like Peachtree had
the same capability, it would leave Tally in the dust. Frankly, it's
time that companies like Sage brought their Peachtree package in
full force to India to spur the folks at Tally to do a better job.
I feel the big difference between tally and ERP is taxation.
yes tally can do maximum accounting and minimum taxation
But ERP can do maximum accounting and maximum taxation
fulfillment detail. great for ERP
• Tally is a tool to record your accounting details,
not an ERP package.
• Tally is not integrated with any other applications.
• Tally is not modularized like GL, Purchasing , ap,
ar, order management etc as any ERP application.
• Tally has limited reporting capabilities.
• Tally is not a web based application. So it need
not be installed in each of the location separately.
• You don't need to synchronize data from different
locations on a daily basis.
• Tally is a Standalone Application
• Tally is not a robotics and integrated application
• In tally you cannot make TDS Return.
• You can schedule automation back-up every day. You
don't need any separate human intervention.
Tally is a Readymade Dress , where as NAV ERP is Tailor
Tally is like a software you buy from a super market or
grocery shop. Read the instructions and use. Nothing can be
done by a user. They way tally gives the way we should go.
ERP is a software which would suit all the management and
financial reports customized to the companies needs. A full
completed software in all aspects.