SYSPRO A Finalist For 2012 Hot Companies And Best Products Award
COSTA MESA, Calif. – SYSPRO, a developer of best-of-breed, award-winning enterprise resource planning (ERP) software for on-premise and cloud-based utilization, announced today that Network Products Guide, industry's leading technology research and advisory guide, has named SYSPRO a finalist for the 7th Annual 2012 Hot Companies and Best Products Awards in the Hot Technology category. These industry and peer awards from Network Products Guide are the world's premier information technology awards honoring achievements and recognitions in every facet of the IT industry. Winners will be honored in Las Vegas on Tuesday, May 8, 2012 during the 7th annual dinner and presentations.
SYSPRO was named a finalist for the company’s recently introduced “Quantum Architecture ™,” SYSPRO’s powerful breakthrough framework. Paralleling Einstein’s Quantum theory of matter and energy, SYSPRO Quantum Architecture is a one-of-a-kind ERP architectural framework for managing today’s technology diversity, data diversity and advancing people collaboration and energy. SYSPRO Quantum Architecture addresses: ERP Implementation; Communications/Reporting; Workflow Processes; Security Issues; Regulatory/Financial change; and Mobile/Cloud Requirements.
An annual achievements and recognition awards program with active participation from a broad spectrum of industry voices, the coveted annual Hot Companies and Best Products recognition program encompasses the world’s best in organizational performance, products and services, executives and management teams, successful deployments, product management and engineering, support and customer satisfaction, and public relations in every area of information technology.
“It’s an honor to be named a finalist by Network Products Guide for this esteemed industry and peer award,” said Joey Benadretti, President SYSPRO USA. “This further validates SYSPRO’s position as a company dedicated to solving the problems that have plagued other ERP solutions for years and that have often crippled the ability of smaller businesses to compete effectively.”