Our web-based enterprise business suite is as robust as any offering from our larger competitors, and is available at a much more competitive price point
Dedham, MA (Vocus) January 12, 2010
Slingshot Software, a leading provider of web-based enterprise software solutions to mid to large sized companies, today announced a promotion that offers a free Amazon Kindle to all organizations who consider the company for enterprise solutions in 2010.
All companies who purchase enterprise software from Slingshot or a named competitor in 2010 are eligible for the promotion. Named competitors include SAP, Oracle, Microsoft Dynamics, Sage and Epicor.
Slingshot recently announced their plans to launch a Retail Management Suite in 2010. The Kindle promotion is part of a larger effort to increase visibility of Slingshot Software’s web-based applications in both the B2B and B2C enterprise software marketplace.
“Our web-based enterprise business suite is as robust as any offering from our larger competitors, and is available at a much more competitive price point,” said Slingshot CEO Paul Carr. “As organizations look to invest in enterprise solutions in 2010, we believe it is important that Slingshot is part of the conversation.”
More information about the promotion can be found on Slingshot Software’s website.
About Slingshot Software
Slingshot is a leader in the enterprise resource planning (ERP) software industry, providing web-based enterprise business software applications to mid to large-sized enterprises. Over three decades, Slingshot has developed and installed three generations of products at over 200 customer sites. Slingshot solutions have helped numerous industries, including distribution, manufacturing, financial services, pharmaceutical and government organizations.
Slingshot is a Gold Certified Microsoft Partner and is one of the few software companies offering integrated web-based applications that are fully customizable. Slingshot’s proprietary eTools application editor allows users and IT personnel to modify reports, forms, menus, queries, alerts, and roles, span of control limits, archival rules and data audit rules – all without programming.