ERP Term
"User "

A User is an individual authorized to log into an electronic software system.

The user is an individual authorized to log into the ERP system. User accounts are used to track and manage individual user's interactions with the system. Each user account has a unique username and password that allows the user to access their account. User accounts can be created, managed, and deleted by administrators. 

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