NewBrunswick, Canada (PRWEB) March 26, 2013
iNfinite Answers announces its unERP ERP, a more advanced form of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), and owner Ron Bunn issues insider tips to explain how his platform can help businesses change for the better.
iNfinite Answers’ unERP ERP system is designed to access all past and present corporate transactions, providing users with instant internet access to company data. The cutting-edge program also captures shop floor and production details to facilitate instant or delayed feedback for management analysis.
Traditionally, ERP is a business management system including internal company information into one platform with a software application. Various organizational departments, like sales, customer services and finance are connected by this application to facilitate the structured flow of information to employees with diverse roles. Additionally, ERPs ensure that clients and stakeholders receive consistent information from one cohesive internal source.
To better explain the unERP ERP’s modular structure, Bunn is releasing insider tips to help businesses streamline their daily processes. They are as follows:
Bunn further explains that the unERP ERP design is more advanced than traditional ERPs, because his system is engineered with 80 to 90 percent fewer programs. Due to the simplified structure, the unERP ERP acts at a higher level of performance. As a result, less maintenance is required.
In addition, the program does not require periodic or semi-annual software updates, and clients have access to it as well. iNfinite Answers runs on IBM i on Power and is configured for secure and efficient use.
For more information on iNfinate Answers and the unERP visit http://www.infiniteanswers.ca, call 888-543-7633 or email rbunn(at)infiniteanswers(dot)ca.
About iNfinite Answers:
unERP ERP was first established in 1999. The software platform is designed off of traditional Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) models, but incorporates features to ensure less updates and decreased user maintenance. The unERP ERP modules are structured to access past and present data, and allow employees access to data from one uniform portal.