Priority Software mobile apps open ERP systems

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Priority Software-Traditional ERP systems were designed to be used inside large organizations well before the mobile revolution.

But that’s changing, as mobile apps for ERP systems become more common. Priority Software, a firm based in Rosh Haayin, Israel, makes cloud-based ERP systems for SMB manufacturers and has recently released a suite of mobile apps intended to make its ERP applications more accessible for remote users.

The Priority Software ERP system now includes several out-of-the box apps, including its Mobile Sales Force App, Mobile Service App, Proof of Delivery App, Warehouse App (for WMS), Mobile Point-of-Sale (POS) App, Purchase Approval App and Employee Attendance App. The apps perform common processes like sales, purchasing, CRM and more.

Priority Software also introduced its Mobile App Generator, designed to enable app creation by non-developers.

Out-of-the-box apps

The out-of-the-box mobile apps are intended to get users up and running immediately, while the Mobile App Generator enables users to customize existing apps or build their own, said Nicole Lipper, Priority Software product manager.

“This means that if a customer wants to start using the mobile solution, they don’t have to build their own app from scratch, they can use our apps,” Lipper said. “We took all the best practices that we know and put them into these predefined apps.”

The Mobile App Generator enables non-developers, such as systems administrators or business users, to modify the out-of-the-box apps to fit their needs or build apps from scratch, Lipper said.

The Mobile App Generator includes security and user-management controls; it uses an HTML 5 UI and runs on any Android and iOS mobile device or tablet. Apps can be created through forms. Users can drop a variety of functions into the apps, including email or text document sharing, barcode scanning and secure credit card processing.

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Article Credit: TechTarget

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