SYSPRO A Finalist For Two Golden Bridge Awards For Software And Technology Innovation

SYSPRO, a developer of best-of-breed, award-winning enterprise resource planning (ERP) software for on-premise and cloud-based utilization, today announced that the company is a finalist for two 2012 Golden Bridge Awards.  SYSPRO was named for the company’s Quantum Architecture in the categories of Best New Products in Technology and Innovation in Business Process Management.

COSTA MESA, CA – SYSPRO, a developer of best-of-breed, award-winning enterprise resource planning (ERP) software for on-premise and cloud-based utilization, today announced that the company is a finalist for two 2012 Golden Bridge Awards.  SYSPRO was named for the company’s Quantum Architecture in the categories of Best New Products in Technology and Innovation in Business Process Management.  Winners will be announced October 2, 2012, in an awards ceremony in San Francisco.  Hundreds of all-size companies from around the world, including public and private, for profit and non-profit, were judged for the Golden Bridge Awards competition, which, in the period of four years, has become renowned as the “world’s premier business awards program.”

SYSPRO Quantum Architecture is a one-of-a-kind ERP architectural framework for managing technology diversity, data diversity and advancing people collaboration and processes, despite change.  The powerful framework is designed to solve problems that have plagued ERP solutions for years and which have often crippled the ability of smaller businesses to compete effectively.

According to Joey Benadretti, SYSPRO USA President, “In order to be competitive in today’s markets, businesses must adopt strategies of technology enablement. The challenge lies in choosing technology that enables both current business processes and future technology requirements. SYSPRO Quantum Architecture advances the success of SYSPRO ERP by leveraging beyond the traditional to a more structured optimization of both the flow and efficacy of information in and around the enterprise.”

 

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