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ERP SYSTEM IS READY FOR BIG MANUFACTURING DATA INPUTS

11-07-2018
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Syspro CEO Phil Duff

Syspro reckons it is paving the way for digital transformation by embracing IoT and AI-infused technology in the latest release of its enterprise resource planning (ERP) software.

The new release is aimed specifically at distributors and manufacturers. It leverages Industry 4.0 automation and data exchange capabilities to support the Internet of things, cloud computing and cognitive computing.

Importantly, the new release allows manufacturers to connect their current factory equipment seamlessly to the traditional shop floor and other ERP technologies already in use. It works contextually and collaboratively within the Syspro ERP business solution.

“We are excited about the latest release which paves the way to digitising our customer’s business by providing them with the means of leveraging the trends that are shaping and redefining their competitive landscape,” says Syspro CEO Phil Duff.

“Our latest release is geared to providing choice and flexibility, total visibility across the entire supply chain and an engaging user experience that fosters collaboration,” he adds.

“When it comes to providing ERP software that promotes meaningful collaboration across the entire supply chain, user engagement has become a priority. We recognise that a new generation of ERP users has emerged and we have ensured that our product supports this shift. Our latest release includes features such as exciting new industry specific capabilities; universal social media-type interfaces and platforms across all devices; social media as a collaborative tool; personalised workspaces and actionable business insights,” says Duff.

The new release has been designed to deal with “big data”, specifically the large amounts of structured and unstructured business and industry data that companies increasingly need to consider as part of their decision-making process.

“Delivering insight into developing trends and practical operational information to the right person at the right time, in an easy to understand format, enables smart and efficient decision making. Having access to these critical insights, with the means to act upon them in real time, empowers the workforce to make intelligent decisions and drives the business behaviour that will lead to improving the overall business performance of your organisation,” concludes Duff.

Syspro Australasia
02 9870 5555
au.syspro.com

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