Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems specialist K3 Syspro has confirmed that the next version of its ERP software will be modelled on Windows 10 technology as it seeks to make the user interface more intuitive for users and push forward with its mobile technology roadmap.
The company’s aim is to ensure its Syspro ERP system has a user interface that can adjust itself according to the needs of each individual user and will support manufacturing organisations in the age of Industry 4.0 – a collective term used to describe the future factory, where cyber physical systems and the internet of things help revolutionise smart factories.
According to Syspro’s CEO Phil Duff, user experience is key to the future of its ERP offering, as is the ability to connect with internet data and help CIOs make better sense of it.
“All the things you would expect a tier one product to do, we’re going to do at tier two level, and at a price that a tier two mid-market customer can afford,” said Duff. “In essence, Syspro will continue to march upwards to meet the functionality of a tier one product, but at a more sensible and reasonable price.”
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