HarrisData's platform focuses on enterprise
resource management (ERM) including financial, distribution, and manufacturing
management modules. Harris also provides supplier relationship management
(SRM) including control management, supplier self service, and vendor
managed inventory. Its manufacturing execution systems include shop floor
scheduling, data collection, and time and attendance. The human resource information
system (HRIS) module includes employee and management self service, human resource,
payroll, and time and attendance.For more information, see the company's web site:http://www.harrisdata.com
Headquartered in Brookfield, Wisconsin (US), HarrisData offers integrated software for midsized organizations. The company's enterprise resouce planning (ERP) solution provides core back office functionality, including accounting, inventory, purchasing, and sales management. Customer relationship management (CRM) and supplier relationship management (SRM) solutions extend ERP to offer advanced self-service and contact management functionality. A manufacturing execution system (MES) automates scheduling, dispatch, and data collection, fully integrating the shop floor into a company's business system in real time. A human resources information system (HRIS) delivers payroll, applicant tracking, human resources (HR), and time and attendance in an easy-to-use package.
New Approaches to Software Pricing
Written By: Predrag Jakovljevic
Published On: December 23 2005
Hearing the complaints of dissatisfied customers, some vendors are developing customer-centric contracts. HarrisData has even gone so far as to draft a Bill of Rights for customers. How well do these pledges measure up?
Benchmarking ERP in SMB
Many small companies have limited resources to devote to the implementation and maintenance of enterprise resource planning (ERP). Fortunately, the price performance of ERP and the underlying infrastructure supporting it have improved steadily and significantly over the past two decades. In fact, solutions that were once beyond the reach of these small companies are now well within their grasp.