Many business management software systems fail when off-the-shelve software package systems cannot deliver to specific needs and extensive modifications to available package solutions are not cost-effective.
Businesses are looking for systems that is able to be customised to their work functions and can be deployed in a short time frame for maximum benefits and quicker ROI. Our FITPRISE solution provides for quick development of systems, requiring minimum or no programming effort that is easy to configure, test and deploy this system in days, rather than weeks. All this is done at a minimal cost.
FITPRISE Unified Configurator Architecture (UCA) is a web-based multi-tenanted development platform that offers a step-by-step configuration methodology for developing business management systems that are built-to-requirements.
The business management systems, referred to as FITPRISE Enterprise Management System (EMS), are designed to fit and integrate business workflow in any industry segment.
Companies with internal IT resources can use FITPRISE UCA to self-configure web management systems to support their business operations.
Similarly, IT Solution Providers, Software Developers, System Integrators and Business Consultants can also use FITPRISE UCA to develop solutions for their customers at a reduced development time.
The added advantages of FITPRISE UCA include:
Web-based Configuration Platform – for creating integrated system modules or work processes, through a step-by-step configuration methodology.
Fully Configurable Standard Templates – such as user, customer and supplier profile modules help reduce development time.
Comprehensive Report Builder – ability to configure integrated management reports across work processes while maintaining data consistencies and relationships.
Open Systems Environment – business management system is built on Microsoft .Net framework with Microsoft SQL database to ensure easy collaboration for exporting and importing data from Microsoft Office applications (MS Word or MS Excel) or utilising Web Services.