More4apps Launches ERP Cloud Toolbox
More4apps’ ongoing efforts continue to solve data bottlenecks through next-gen innovations
More4apps, a longstanding Oracle Gold partner, has released the first of its Oracle ERP Cloud offerings to help clients create significant efficiencies for purchase order data uploading.
Procurement Module, the pioneering product of More4apps’ ERP Cloud Toolbox, streamlines the process of creating, updating and cancelling purchase orders within Oracle ERP Cloud.
John O’Keeffe, More4apps CEO and Founder said: “Due to popular demand, More4apps opted to release the first product right away. Additional functionality will be added to the Procurement Module over the next 12-18 months.”
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The ERP Cloud Toolbox consists of a familiar Excel spreadsheet interface that integrates directly with Oracle’s public Web Services to allow streamlined data uploading and updating. It verifies data before loading, and provides a consistent and user-friendly experience across all functions.
“End users authenticate with their Oracle ERP Cloud credentials via the standard Single Sign-On mechanisms. Because we use Oracle’s web services, our Modules respect all built-in data access rules and roles,” O’Keeffe added.
Key benefits of the More4Apps Toolbox include speed, accuracy and the integrity retained by the ERP as the single source of data.
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For several years, More4apps’ existing customer base has requested versions of the existing tools for the newer ERP Cloud environment, the need for a well-designed spreadsheet integration for the new ERP become increasingly apparent.
Details of Oracle’s data loading tools and the More4apps Toolbox are captured in the company’s self-funded research paper: ‘Importing data into Oracle ERP Cloud: A comparison of efficiencies’, which is hosted
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