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Panoptikon is a broad  ERP system. Characterized by several hundred of pages and thousands of functional elements, you can move yourself  in a safe environment thanks to its tools and logic.

To orientate yourself through all these different functionalities, it is appropriate to start from what the user uses and to which he gives a tangible value: the Functional Element, or any of the logical elements that allow the user to enter, modify, develop and display the data processed by the system.

Functional Elements are organized into Functions, or rather sets of pages that allow all the necessary activities to be performed on one of the entities (for example, the skills) that the system manages.

The Functions are organized, in turn, in Modules. The Modules can be defined as complete applications allowing  you to manage an entire process (for example, the creation and management of skills catalogs).

Not all the users can access to the same functions within the module. It depends on the level of their profile. Panoptikon is, indeed,  a highly scalable system that allows the generation of profiles ranging from the single unstructured team to the multi-branches organization. Each profile, therefore, will be able to visualize some Functions.  Normally, only  the highest profile (General Manager) of each Module will be enabled to view all the available functions.

Generally, some modules are also interacting  with each other. The reason is that they allow you to manage the "entities" (the element described in the system) closely linked to each other. Therefore, the Modules are organized into groups, defined as Environments.


Starting from the environments, you have the opportunity to explore the platform, discover the potential, the tools available and all the functional elements that constitute the architecture of the entire system.


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