User Solutions, Inc. Announces they have Integrated SweetRP, their Cloud App for Resource Management (Workforce Scheduling, Materials, Workcenters) with SugarCRM

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SweetRP is the first offering for SugarCRM that offers many of the high end features found in ERP Systems costing thousands times more. Including: order entry, resource planning, workforce task management, production scheduling, all with easy integration with SugarCRM, the leading open source solution for CRM.


"Adding Order Entry, Job Tracking, Workforce Scheduling, Materials, and more to SugarCRM with SweetRP just makes common sense" Jim Convis, VP

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With SweetRP combined with SugarCRM, for the first time, customers can improve their manufacturing and operations planning, scheduling, and tracking capabilities on a platform and budget that fits their needs best. User Solutions, Inc. a Sugar Forge Developer will offer the link and trial system for free – including live support! SweetRP delivers the benefits of more efficient order entry, workforce scheduling, production scheduling, project management, manufacturing scheduling, program management and job scheduling, and even order tracking without the complexity and expense of any other system.

SweetRP features a unique order entry system, integrated directly with SugarCRM, that includes a Bill Of Resource (BOR) configurator that supports any combination of Workcenters (Resources, People, Machines, Cells) and materials in any user defined sequence. This allows customers to easily and accurately model their process flow, enter orders, schedule and track.
With SweetRP, all the benefits of Cloud Based Applications or SaaS (Software as a Service) are gained.    

These include:
-Ease of access, mobility, and collaboration
-Simplified and quicker implementation
-No hardware costs, software to upgrade or systems to maintain
-Affordable subscription pricing

With SweetRP integrated with SugarCRM, the user has all the tools for complete customer satisfaction. Enter orders directly, track, provide realistic promise dates, know what to do and when do it!. SweetRP provides simple, integrated screens that allow viewing, editing, updating, and reporting all in one place with the easiest of transactions.

SweetRP Feature Overview:
Simple and elegant, easy to set up, simple to run and update.
Features KISS (Keep It Simple Scheduling) with manual overrides.
Workforce management, production scheduling, job costing and estimating, project management capacity planning and scheduling, easy tracking and updating.

According to Jim Convis, SweetRP Product Manager, “With SweetRP, we have removed the barrier for entry to enjoy most of the promises of ERP and other resource management systems. No upfront costs, free trial and setups, and the customer can be well on their way to recognizing core benefits before one dime is risked. For the first time, our customers can know instantly: What orders or jobs are in process and exactly where they are. What are the customer promise dates, and how are we doing to meet that schedule? What resources are required for optimal schedule? Are we over (or under) capacity anywhere? What exactly should the workcenters be working on (today, this week, etc.). What do we need, and when do we need it? And Finally, are we making a profit?”

Free, full trials are available at, or, or, or or by calling (800) 321-USER(8737) or us(at)usersolutions(dot)com

In addition, User Solutions, Inc. will be demonstrating SweetRP at SugarCON 2013 in SierraCRMs Booth.

Company Information: Since 1991, User Solutions, Inc. has been offering manufacturing software that is affordable and easy to use. From an Excel Add-On for Workcenter Scheduling to a cloud based application for mini-ERP, what makes us unique is that we solve planning, scheduling, and tracking challenges the customer’s way, instead of forcing them to adapt to a rigid, complicated, expensive system.

For more information, or for free trial, contact: or call toll free (800) 321-8737.

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