Web Software Systems
a provider of enterprise management solutions for small to mid-cap companies, has introduced a browser-based suite of enterprise and eCommerce solutions that the company says are “inherently cross platform,” running the same in Mac OS, Windows 98/2000, and Linux systems.
The browser-based system is hosted by secure, redundant WSS servers and provides real-time CRM, e-commerce, financial, supply chain management, order inventory, reports, sales information and more via the intranet, according to John Mills, CTO of Web Software Systems. The advantages of the intuitive and easy-to-use Internet based system are “overwhelming” compared to a proprietary or standalone system, he said.
Why? The infrastructure is already in place eliminating the need for additional hardware and software. All the customer needs to do is double click the browser icon and they’re up and running, Mills said. And Internet software is everywhere — in the office, in the warehouse, at home, and on the road. Wireless Internet extends the software reach to virtually anywhere, Mills said.
Plus, Web Software Systems are inherently scaleable, he added. The software functions the same way whether you have one user or thousands, Milles said. Finally, a company can incorporate existing legacy systems and enterprise intranets to make full use of work done in house, he added.
“When a corporate executive is ready to invest in software there are two avenues to take,” Mills said in a press announcement. “One way is to use proprietary software and systems. The other way is web-based. The proprietary path can be fraught with danger and is costly. Through the Web-based path the software gets better and better. Web-based software is a rock solid concept.”
Modules are designed for a variety of applications including: sales and marketing management, corporate communications, supply chain management, customer resource management, accounting, financial, online exchanges, e-catalogues and e-commerce. For more info, check out Web Software Systems’ Web site.