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Greentree leads ERP software’s next generation

27/02/2014 by

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After extensive research and development, leading ERP software provider Greentree International has unveiled its strategic product direction.

Presenting: The Greentree Web3D Project.

It’s all the advanced functionality and credibility that Greentree delivers now, re-factored for delivery on any device within a platform-agnostic, high-performance, cloud-friendly environment. Greentree will be progressively rolling out these new capabilities, starting later in 2014.

The Web3D Project will leverage the enhanced capabilities of high-resolution graphics, touch frameworks, pluggable applets (eg: Google Maps), multimedia, and powerful devices with in-built capabilities, such as GPS, cameras and scanning, to deliver a brilliant new user experience. Numerous customer testimonies support Greentree’s existing user-friendliness, and the Web3D Project takes it even further.

LONG-TERM SOLUTION

The Web3D Project has involved painstaking research aimed at providing an innovative and long-term ERP solution, not something that risks becoming obsolete within a couple of years. Greentree’s research has been focused on sustainability, where the customer has the freedom to use multiple platforms and devices, without the fear that their major technology investment may have a limited life span.

“Modern ERP systems are recognised for the complex functionality they deliver and the massive volumes of data they have to handle today,” says Product Director Steve Sims. “To deliver Greentree in the new web-based environment, we’ve assembled an amazing development team, with origins stretching from San Francisco to Invercargill. Collectively they have decades of domain experience.”

This article has been extracted from http://www.cmo.com.au, please click on this link to read the article in full http://www.cmo.com.au/mediareleases/18669/greentree-leads-erp-softwares-next-generation/

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