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Aplicor Readies Next Version of its ERP Software, Launches Pilot Program
By Patrick Barnard, Group Managing Editor, TMCnet
ERP software provider Aplicor recently announced that it has launched a pilot program for the upcoming release of Aplicor 7.0, code named project TUX (transformation user experience), due out this fall. Select companies can trial the software through Aplicor’s Early Adopter Community.
Aplicor claims the upcoming release will “transform the traditional application user interface (UI) to an empowered user experience (UX).”
“It is a significant departure from hard wired, manual, role based user interfaces to a dynamic and engaging end user experience,” the company states in a release. “Aplicor 7.0 empowers the end- user to create short cuts and dynamic workspaces supported by business processes to more efficiently drive business results.”
“Aplicor 7.0 changes the end user game from an over complicated, rigid, and transactional user interface with an engaging and empowered end user experience (UX),” Aplicor CEO Scott Creighton said.
The company claims that this new integration will give customers “a seamless best of breed solution” enabling them to “manage their entire front and back office without the complexity of integration.”
Aplicor is reportedly working with Microsoft to build a business process-based connector which will be available in Aplicor 7.0.
Aplicor has reportedly already participated in Microsoft‘s Dynamics xRM acceleration program to help speed this effort.
“This development effort is another step in an outstanding relationship with Microsoft in providing customers innovative and cost effective solutions to successfully run their business,” Creighton said.
Patrick Barnard is a senior Web editor for TMCnet, covering call and contact center technologies. He also compiles and regularly contributes to TMCnet e-Newsletters in the areas of robotics, IT, M2M, OCS and customer interaction solutions. To read more of Patrick's articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Ed Silverstein