Hanover, Germany (PRWEB) March 11, 2014
Notoriously expensive to acquire, implement, modify, maintain and eventually, quit, the reputation of ERP systems has taken a blow over the past years. At the same time, companies are on the lookout for a BPM system that is easy-to-use and willingly embraced by employees to help manage increasingly complicated automated decision-making processes. Thanks to its new patent pending technology, Hamilton Data Services (HDS) seeks to change not only the decision-making game, but also to help restore the ERP industry’s image.
From March 10-14, at Stand B50 in Hall 6 of CeBIT, HDS will be demoing their new dynamic enterprise management ecosystem that integrates ERP and BPM across a suite of 15 traditional applications.
HDS, a forerunner in developing customizable workflow platforms, is seeking to enable companies of all sizes to access affordable ERP alternatives with their suite of SaaS software solutions and to encourage the implementation of automated decision-making solutions.
CxOs dreamed it, HDS invented it
Since ERP’s inception, CxOs have only been able to dream of an affordable, dynamic enterprise platform that can support the diversity of a global enterprise. Thanks to HDS, that dream has finally come true in the form of a patent pending platform with low risk implementation that merges the seamlessness of a static ERP with the dynamic task management and design of a BPM. The platform guides employees via custom processes providing task automation and compliance. Completely standardized (off the shelf) and customizable, any non-tech savvy user with appropriate user access is able to adapt the platform to the dynamics of the business operations. There is no code modification or additional features development necessary. It’s also based in the cloud and multi-tenanted, meaning no cost or overheads for installation or expensive maintenance by large software teams. Simple to budget, all that customers have to pay is one usage-based annual subscription.
Shedding light on his company’s philosophy, HDS CTO Anton Stoyanov says, "We imagined a system so easy to use, even for non-IT skilled people, that employees adopt the technology and it becomes an integral part of managing the entire company. We like to call this 'dynamic ERP.'"
Patent Pending Customizable Workflow Platform
HDS has applied for a new patent based on the unique way the platform manages the customization of the applications for each client while remaining on a multi-tenant platform. “Simply put,” says Stoyanov, “our goal is to revolutionize the way business applications are developed.”
With this technological solution, the arduous task of converting a workflow process to code and recompiling the workflow code each time a workflow process is created or changed is eliminated. Such a method enables a continuously customizable workflow to be provided via a multi-tenant environment, for example over the Internet and/or the cloud, without the need to access the underlying executables and without compromising security between tenants. Customization can be carried-out by an administrator that has little to no IT skills and/or training. This method allows different tenants to have different workflow processes for similar applications.
HDS is a leading provider of a wide range of cloud-based software solutions designed to manage business processes. Their range of 15 products, or « Decision Solutions », include applications for managing approvals of travel and expense reports, supplier invoices, purchase order requests, sales and service contracts, sales bonuses and discounts, events etc. With its strong commitment to innovation and quality, HDS provides its loyal base of blue chip customers with a rapidly deployable, easy to implement cloud platform that uses patent pending, parameter-driven technology to help companies automate their decision-making processes providing the advantages of customization without the downside and a limited upfront investment.
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