Next-generation ERP software

Next-generation ERP software

Greentree International, an Australia/NZ-based provider of business management software, has launched Greentree4, a next-generation fully integrated ERP software platform that provides a browser-based user interface.

Greentree’s new software platform follows a three-year research and development project conducted by a globally sourced team of designers and developers, and was based on Greentree4’s ‘work it your way’ philosophy, which is said to streamline the configuration and design of screens and forms so that they can be customised at an organisational, group or individual level with no special training.

“Greentree4 is as much a revolution as it is an evolution,” said Greentree CEO Peter Dickinson. “Greentree4 has all the functionality and credibility that we currently deliver in a Windows environment, sitting seamlessly alongside new browser-based capabilities supporting high-resolution graphics, touch frameworks, pluggable applets (e.g. Google Maps), multimedia, and more.

“At the same time, anyone with a good understanding of their organisation and work processes and a working knowledge of Greentree will be able to use Greentree4’s design-it-yourself technology. The implications of this are enormous. You get to tailor screens and forms to work exactly the way you want them to, as well as changing colours, terminology and layout to fit your brand.”

With its ERP software having been available in the Cloud for over a decade, Greentree is enabling customers to run Greentree4 in the Cloud, on premise or a combination of both. “Our platform-mix across JADE and HTML5 is environment- and device-agnostic,” Mr Dickinson said.

“We are looking to give users the greatest flexibility possible and truly future-proof their options. We have a philosophy of building technology to last and this has never been more true than with Greentree4.”

Users can design their own screens, create forms that mimic how they work, and tailor online workspace to fit the way users want it to work.

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