Osprey sells Quickstart Microelectronics
Osprey Systems Inc., Charlotte, N.C., is now selling the SAP-qualified Quickstart Microelectronics Solution, the...
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newest member of the SAP portfolio of vertical product for small and medium business customers. Some of the key features include batch management and serialization, quality planning, statistical process control charting and alert notification and more, said the company, a SAP Services Partner.
Acsis offers SAP R/3 console pocket
Acsis, Marlton, N.J., has developed a new offering for SAP R/3 data collection, the Console Pocket PC 2002. This offering allows any SAP Console transaction to run on Pocket PC-based mobile data collection computers, the company said.
ReadSoft launches interface product
ReadSoft, Stockholm, Sweden, has launched its Eyes & Hands Integration Option Pack Version 1.0, a certified interface product for the mySAP.com e-business platform. It replaces the need for manual keying of supplier invoices. Instead, all incoming invoices will be automatically read, matched against order data and entered into the SAP solution, the company said. The company is now a member of the SAP Software Partner Program.
HAHT selling commerce suite
HAHT Commerce Inc., Amelia Island, Fla., is now selling its new HAHT Commerce Suite 7.0, a demand chain management product. It is designed to combine all the functionality manufacturers need to reduce the complexity of coordinating and managing all customer-facing business processes across multiple channels, the company said.
Segue now PeopleSoft partner
Segue Software, Lexington, Mass., has become a software partner in the PeopleSoft Alliance Program. Segue makes software and offers services to improve the performance and dependability of Web applications.
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