Now playing: Glovia Services SaaS ERP found on Salesforce.com
The GSInnovate solution from Glovia Services, a suite Web-based ERP applications delivered in a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model, has been released on Salesforce.com's AppExchange platform.
The GSInnovate solution from Glovia Services , a suite Web-based ERP applications delivered in a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model, has been released on Salesforce.com's AppExchange platform.
GSInnovate for AppExchange offers an easy-to-access interface between the Force.com platform, Salesforce CRM applications, and GSInnovate SaaS ERP. With this integration, manufacturers’ sales teams can gain an aggregated view of GSInnovate’s manufacturing and sales data reflected in Salesforce customer and opportunities. On the GSInnovate side, users gain the benefit of having 38 business applications in one integrated suite delivered on-demand to user desktops. Applications include MRP, Inventory, Kanban, Order Procurement, Accounting/Financials, Customer Management, and Shop Floor Control.
Force.com is an on-demand platform that reinvents traditional customization and integration and enables creating a whole new generation of applications that go beyond client/server computing. It allows applications to be easily shared, exchanged, and installed with a few simple clicks via salesforce.com's AppExchange marketplace.
The AppExchange economy continues to expand as thousands of salesforce.com customers have installed thousands of on-demand business applications available on AppExchange.
"AppExchange is an ideal way to discover and deploy a wide array of on-demand solutions that meet all business needs,” says George Hu, chief marketing officer, Salesforce.com. “With GSInnovate, manufacturers have access to a high-value ERP solution that integrates fully with Salesforce CRM, allowing companies to manage all aspects of their business within a single user interface.”
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