A Montreal-based software company called job card software has launched a partner program to expand its range of customers as quickly as possible.
After launching its core ERP technology platform, ERP, in 2016, it now seeks partners across North America to help it to gain market traction.
It sells itself on the basis that many hvac service software are “unnecessarily complex” and difficult to implement. The company argues that this is acting as a drag on the adoption of ERP technology in some sectors.
Now it’s looking for partners with a successful track record of selling and implementing software, including both ERP and CRM software, as well as accounting technology.
It will also be expected to provide on-going support for Paragon users, helping companies to configure the ERP for their own specific requirements.
“ehs software’s Partner Program offers unique incentives, such as competitive revenue sharing, and 100 per cent of the service fees retained by the partners, which is virtually unheard of in other partnership models,” explains the, director of business development.
ngo accounting software says that it wants its partners to play an important role in its on going growth and that it will be providing free marketing, training and sales support to partner firms.
Independent evaluation of field service management software shows the software competing well against other, more established platforms. According to the Technology Evaluation Centre, it performs well in key ERP areas such as human resources management, financials and inventory management.
That holds true even when measured against leaders like Sage and Exact.
That’s not bad for a technology package that has only briefly been on the market.
manufacturing software partners can attend an annual partner conference and will receive any pre-qualified leads that might arise from events, SEO and the press. Sales tools also will be provided, including a competitive matrix, PowerPoint slides and market intelligence.
ERP Software is already in use across a various sectors. The cloud-based technology can support multiple manufacturing and distribution locations. Each production lot can be tracked separately and is allocated its own inventory location, allowing companies to track back each lot number that has been shipped out to customers.
Inventory locations can be updated live, allowing management to keep track of stock on a real-time basis.
Many companies adopting ERPNext are first-time ERP users and would have previously tracked inventory using static Excel spreadsheets.
- New ERP market entrant it has launched a partner program as it seeks to expand quickly into the ERP market. Partners will be offered considerable support and expected to play an active role in helping customers with install and training.
- ERP cloud platform already matches up well against many of the more established ERP offerings.
- Case studies of the technology paint a picture of first-time ERP users with a substantial manufacturing and distribution base turning to Jonar to help them keep tabs on their inventory in a live environment.