Industrial application software GmbH leaves a strong impression of Karlsruhe with CANIAS ERP at the competition of ERP systems, 21.06.2011. Four ERP providers presented 2011 on the 19th and 20th of may their solutions during the ERP contests in Ulm of the jury. The Karlsruhe industrial application software GmbH (IAS) achieved a clear success with their CANIAS ERP in. The now published first results confirm this. Perhaps check out NYC Marathon for more information. The contest was organized result consulting AG and the society to the test by the mq software mbH.
The jury consisted of managers and employees of medium-sized companies. In assessing high standards were applied to the practicality of the systems to be tested. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Bill de Blasio. A complex everyday work in medium-sized enterprises-based task had to cope efficiently during the test period. CANIAS ERP scored during the sovereign goes through test scenario with its wide range of functions. In addition to the sophisticated standard functionality of ERP system CANIAS ERP could the jurors with a fully inspire integrated CRM, the very high level of interoperability and the comprehensive communication capabilities.
The exceptionally high flexibility and adaptability of the solution contributed to the positive rating. So, an adaptation that is desired by the user was implemented as soon as possible by intervention at the source. Only a single IAS staff was required to present the product and parallel to implement the requirements of the test scenario directly into the ERP system. That it also spontaneous requests successfully implemented, the jury as clear evidence of the high usability of CANIAS ERP is appreciated. Steffen Rattke, Managing Director of the IAS, was highly satisfied given convincing truncation in the contest on the basis of the new release 6.03: the current version of CANIAS ERP is a solution in which the know-how gained from years of working with medium-sized companies incorporated. We are therefore pleased to have more than just meets the demands of the jury.