Silicon Valley Company Shines Green, Promotes Supply Chain Freedom, Flexibility and Finesse

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Papros Inc can enable enterprises to be green in materials, green in power use and green in communications by using MRPRO. The product promotes great degree of flexibility and freedom in the supply chain, enabling companies to apply finesse in dealing with their own suppliers and customers and being able to leverage that for their strategic purchasing and marketing to increase corporate profits and the bottom line.

Optimizing the Greenback and the Green Environment

Green leader Papros Inc. today released an updated version of its flagship MRPRO that enables enterprise level single click supply chain synchronization of information across the entire supply chain using social media.

MRPRO supports broadcast and selective information capture using social networking in any language on Twitter. By eliminating the need for email notifications and listservs, and by being able to track selective search terms the methodology marks a significant savings of time and effort when tracking complex regulations of all kinds, corporate updates, educational outreach notices, parts change notices, obsolescence notices, emergency notification methodologies and contacts, and for many, many other similar needs. This is done in an efficient tweet and track manner, avoiding multiple email or ftp exchanges between suppliers and customers.

MRPRO offers interfaces with best-of-breed industry applications. This means that while web data is accessible through the social media using secure authentication methods, and also through an AJAX interface for other web data, interface for data is also available through spreadsheets for the desktop and for some web applications also. As an example, it can rapidly churn through spreadsheet data offered from Google, and present colorful analytical results of energy usage across the enterprise. Thus a enterprise can be green in materials, green in power use and green in communications using MRPRO.

By seamlessly exchanging data on the web or the desktop, the entire web is the database for MRPRO and the spreadsheet is the interface. MRPRO thus provides native support for cloud computing.

MRPRO supports Design for the Environment by easily exchanging product footprint, obsolescence information and due diligence communications in the realm of U.S. Conflict Metals Regulation, Canadian Chemicals Management, REACH, RoHS, RoHS-like (China, Korea), Japanese Material Protocols, WEEE, EuP, AB 32, Green Chemistry Regulation, Extended Producer Responsibility and other emerging regulations. By enabling conformance to specific industry and cross-industry standards, MRPRO supports a complex supply chain that encompasses electronics, aerospace, medical devices, chemicals, pharmaceuticals and a multitude of more sectors. MRPRO offers unparalleled robustness in developing product footprints for components, assemblies, electronic products, light and heavy duty industrial goods and equipment, commercial machinery and also for other consumer products.

About Papros Inc:
Papros Inc. has been committed to providing Total Environmental Management solutions to US and International companies. "Optimizing the Greenback and the Green Environment" has been the slogan of Papros Inc. since its inception more than twenty-three years back. Based in San Jose, California, Papros Inc.'s solutions span the entire spectrum of Environmental Management and feature tools to enable corporations worldwide to deploy and manage product environmental lifecycle data in a manner that is efficient, easy-to-use and economic to support the infrastructure needed for manufacturing, and for rapid changes in product design. Papros Inc. has helped hundreds of entities, that list including several fortune 500 companies, federal, state and local governmental organizations and other smaller entities as well, manage their environmental lifecycle data. This includes computations for product footprint declarations, as well as facility level data management for emissions into air, liquid discharges and offsite shipments, solid waste disposals, and for alternatives assessments to identify and drive optimized performance.

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