PowerEasy Corp. and Sybase Inc. have introduced PowerEasy ERP for Apple Xserve. It’s an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) application that works using Sybase’s Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE) software. PowerEasy Corp. claims that their new software is the first ERP solution built for Xserve.
PowerEasy has positioned the new suite at small and medium-sized businesses looking for e-commerce, logistics and financial applications. It can support hundreds of thousands of users and transactions, according to the company, managing up to terabytes of data as well. The system embeds Apple’s own WebObjects frameworks, and features an open architecture.
Modules included with PowerEasy ERP include e-commerce capabilities like storefront, catalog management and order management; logistics modules including inventory management, shipping and procurement; financial capabilities like general ledger, accounts receivable and accounts payable; and sales order processing.
PowerEasy ERP features a visual design environment and can generate reports in HTML, DHTML, PDF and Excel formats. The system is designed to operate with most relational database management systems (RDMS), as well.
PowerEasy ERP starts at US$40,000 plus support, including unlimited client licenses. A free online demonstration can be viewed by registering on the
Sybase Web site.