After researching cloud-based ERP platforms for years to bring the right balance between security, redundancy, speed, flexibility, extensibility, and cost, BC Systems offers Priority with its various design features—underlying .NET structure combined with HTML5 user interface (UI) to optimize it for moving forward in the cloud, IoT, and Big Data. With an HTML5 user interface, the learning curve becomes low, and the ease-of-use very high. One reviewer testified that, “Priority delivers an intuitive and rich UI within a few hours of first using the system, enabling one to work across the entire system with ease”. This lower learning curves translate into higher user adoption rates and less intensive training to bring users up to speed and to a full level of productivity.
“Priority is not a me-to ERP System. It gives the user a very clean, uncluttered, and easy-to-migrate browser-based UI for fast navigation throughout all modules in the system,” asserts Waters. Users only need to drop their favorites in the middle of the screen, and they can get back to these favorites regardless of where they are working or what other screens is open. Recently BC Systems launched Priority V 17.3, which is an upgraded version.
Priority gives the user a very clean, uncluttered, and easy-to-migrate browser-based UI for fast navigation throughout all modules in the system
These approaches help BC Systems to maintain long-term relationships with clients. The company is moving quickly towards more cloud-based clients and is currently working on ways to reduce costs and at the same time enhance services by leveraging the larger user counts that come with cloud-based services. BC Systems is presently developing a ‘Quick Start’ implementation program for companies in a few given target verticals and micro-verticals that lend themselves to this program. “Our concentration on cloud to cloud and premise to cloud ERP integrations help us evolve our roadmap,” concludes Waters.