SYSPRO achieves Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) certification status
SYSPRO, a leading global provider of ERP software, announced today that it has been certified by independent software research firm Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC). The resultant TEC report highlights the experience and expertise that SYSPRO brings to manufacturing and distribution businesses as well as the ability of SYSPRO ERP to be deployed in the cloud or on-premise. It specifically notes how SYSPRO is known for providing extensive support for its customers’ complex industries across an ‘impressive’ range of manufacturing types, including assemble-to-order (ATO), batch, discrete, engineer-to-order (ETO), job shop, make-to-order (MTO), make-to-stock (MTS), process, and a mix of these different modes.
According to Paulo De Matos, Chief Product Officer at SYSPRO, “As manufacturers and distributors continue to consider the reconfiguration of supply chains with an increased focus on resiliency, transparency and visibility, they require an ERP solution from industry specialists that understand their unique vertical challenges. I am pleased that the report highlights our vertical specialization along with our strong track record and footprint in these industries.”
The report also benchmarks SYSPRO against the industry average within a series of TEC Focus Indicator graphs. The functionality graphs in the TEC report indicate that SYSPRO is functionally rich primarily appearing in the dominant and competitive zones.
“The SYSPRO solution is competitive in all functional modules of the research models and has dominant functional capabilities in the inventory, purchasing and sales management areas,” says PJ Jakovljevic, Principal Analyst at Technology Evaluation Centers. “SYSPRO, unlike some other providers, continues to keep up with cutting-edge technologies and incorporates these into the solution,” he adds.
Some key takeaways from the SYSPRO functionality benchmark graphs include:
- For Discrete Manufacturing – Sales and Purchasing Management capabilities were featured in the Dominant zone, while Product Technology, Manufacturing and Inventory Management capabilities were featured in the Competitive zone.
- For Process Manufacturing – Product Technology and Sales Management capabilities appeared in the Dominant zone. Purchasing and Inventory Management functionalities were listed in the Competitive zone.
- For SMB Manufacturing – Sales and Inventory Management capabilities appeared in the Dominant zone while, Product Technology, Manufacturing Management Process, Manufacturing Management and Purchasing Management were identified as Competitive functionalities.