ERP Goes D.I.Y.: SafetyNetOnDemand Unveils the Industry's First True On-Demand ERP Solution

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Today ERP entered the on-demand age with the debut of SafetyNetOnDemand. Within minutes of signing up at, organizations can integrate, automate, and better manage five mission-critical operational functions, including human resources, hiring, safety management, fleet management, and asset management. The cost? Just $100 per month per user, and users can cancel anytime.

SafetyNetOnDemand delivers on the promise of software-as-a-service

    Upcoming releases, which will debut every few weeks, include CRM, SCM, financial, inventory, field services, case management, document management, PLM, project management, manufacturing, GRC, and mobility. In the end, SafetyNetOnDemand will provide managers at every level of an organization with instant, affordable access to a comprehensive ERP suite, entirely on-demand.

"SafetyNetOnDemand is ERP for a SaaS world," says Sami Quazi, founder and CEO of SafetyNetOnDemand. "Business software doesn't have to be hard to use. It doesn't have to require years of planning, painful deployments, a cadre of consultants, and huge capital budgets. Whether it has five or 50,000 employees, SafetyNetOnDemand can take any business to the next level by streamlining its mission-critical processes, providing insight into operational data that hasn't been visible before, and by getting rid of all the paper. All you need is a Web browser and a logon to put SafetyNetOnDemand to work."

SafetyNetOnDemand is a single platform for automating all of a business's mission-critical operational processes and data. Today's launch targets the five core business functions executives say are most in need of automation, and combines them into an on-demand application that's ready to use within minutes of signing up. Data entered into SafetyNetOnDemand is encrypted in transit and in the database, and accessible based on industry-standard user and group profiles. Even if a business stops using SafetyNetOnDemand, their data will remain securely accessible in perpetuity.

SafetyNetOnDemand's immediate benefits include:

-- ON-DEMAND ERP. SafetyNetOnDemand is the first shipping ERP application to minimize risk and make companies more agile through the instant software delivery model of on-demand. Administrative users can test drive SafetyNetOnDemand in a free 30-day trial, or sign up to use it instantly for just $100, and continue to use it for $100/month per user. When additional users are needed, they can be added for only only $100 each. Implementation time is zero, with all functions available immediately upon sign up. New features and bug fixes can be rolled out without disrupting the business. And service levels and scalability are guaranteed by SafetyNetOnDemand, thanks to the company's enterprise-class SAS 70 certified data center, which sustains service levels higher than most companies can achieve on their own. Lastly, analyst studies have found on-demand applications provide the lowest TCO of any deployment model.

-- A COMPREHENSIVE, INTEGRATED APPROACH. SafetyNetOnDemand ends the era of piecemeal system development and deployment. Instead, businesses get access to the core business processes they need in a single, cohesive, ready-to-run environment. They can choose to use one, some, or all of SafetyNetOnDemand's modules for the same $100/month per user flat rate. Data from one module is easily shared with other modules. Employee data can be imported or exported from SafetyNetOnDemand using industry-standard file formats. And SafetyNetOnDemand's modules can be activated or deactivated based on users' needs and permissions.

-- RISK INSIGHT AND REDUCTION. SafetyNetOnDemand is the first ERP application to give organizations a 360-degree view into their business operations, entirely on demand. The application's 75 built-in reports, increase executives' analytical options and business insight. Moreover, all of SafetyNetOnDemand's modules facilitate regulatory compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley 404, Graham-Leach Bliley (GLB), HIPAA, and OSHA standards. Audit logging of all user activity is standard feature. And all personal data on employees, such as SSNs and DOBs, are encrypted on the wire and in the database itself.

-- SERVICE AS A SERVICE. SafetyNetOnDemand is redefining the on-demand model by making customer service a keystone of the platform. Every customer gets free, unlimited, personal technical and operational support for all of SafetyNetOnDemand's modules. This is in addition to SafetyNetOnDemand's lineup of self-help options, which include online manuals, wizards, and live chat.

-- I.T. FREE, AND FREES I.T. SafetyNetOnDemand requires no capital investment, and no involvement from corporate information technology departments. Conversely, IT organizations that wish to integrate existing business systems with SafetyNetOnDemand can exploit the platform's SOA, which exposes services and data using industry-standard Web services protocols. The workflow was designed for business managers, so it's easy to use, and requires no training or corporate help desk support, and no additional hardware, software, or IT involvement. And because SafetyNetOnDemand is a discretionary, operational expense, business managers can avoid corporate budgeting and IT "use case" processes. Likewise, IT managers are freed from vendor and user demands, and budgetary constraints, because SafetyNetOnDemand is a true Web service.

"SafetyNetOnDemand delivers on the promise of software-as-a-service," Quazi says. "It's truly ERP on demand, with everything the SaaS delivery model requires: instant access, low operational cost, and zero barriers to entry for business users and IT professionals alike."


SafetyNetOnDemand is the industry's first true on-demand ERP solution. Within minutes of signing up, organizations of any size can integrate, automate, and better manage mission-critical operational functions, including human resources, hiring, safety management, fleet management, and asset management--all for only $100 per user, per month. More information is available at


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