Scala touts collaborative features of ERP suite

iScala automates the processes within and between different organisations, enabling businesses to focus on their core competencies.

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By  Greg Wilson Published  August 28, 2002

Mid-range enterprise resource planning (ERP) player, Scala is touting the business benefits of collaborative commerce with the launch of its next generation application suite. iScala automates the processes within and between different organisations, enabling businesses to focus on their core competencies, claims the vendor.

“Middle East companies wanting to realise benefit from an ERP solution require complete automation of everyday processes, freeing up time to improve customer care, speed up production cycles, and work to shorter lead times,” comments Ziad Aqrabawi, Scala’s regional managing director.

“Regional users demand a solution that successfully integrates Internet technology and traditional ERP functionality on one scalable platform, while keeping total cost of ownership down,” he adds.

iScala is available in two editions — iScala Business Server and iScala Enterprise Server. The Business Server edition is an entry level product for med-size companies needing ERP functionality to automate business processes across applications and between customer or supplier systems.

iScala Enterprise Server brings scalability, as well as business centralisation for larger companies.

In addition, iScala Developer is a development environment to allow IT staff to customise the application suite to deliver company-specific functionality where required.

iScala provides the key back-office functionality, including financial, client, service, supply, inventory and manufacturing management information that is vital to seamless collaboration between organisations.

“Collaborative ERP solutions such as iScala mean employees are no longer working in isolated pockets. Regional users can utilise the business tools they require for their individual markets, while working in their language of choice,” explains Basil Daniels, Scala’s regional sales and marketing manager.

“Dealing with client requirements successfully, and keeping costs down, can mean the difference between profit and loss,” he adds.

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