EcoSys EPC Version 7 Gets Recertification, Integrates with SAP Applications
BROOMFILED, CO: Enterprise Planning and Controls (EPC) version 7 by EcoSys has received recertification to get integrated with SAP applications.
EcoSys EPC addresses the fundamental questions and needs of project controllers, managers and project stakeholders. It provides friendly, web-based spreadsheets and forms, while offering the enterprise-level business rules and security It is completely configurable and allows application administrations to tailor and maintain menus, formulas, business rules, data hierarchies, views, interfaces, workflows and reports. In addition, it benefits users with its enhanced visibility, increased efficiency and accuracy, standardized processes and improved financial performance.
This recertification is the proof of EcoSys ERP worth for the fourth time. The integration is achieved through the EcoSys ERP Adapter- an optional plug-in module that is flexible and scalable. After the integration, it now supports the recent version of the Java Connector component of the SAP NetWeaver platform. Also, it now supports connections to multiple SAP software instances, and features reduced data transfer times with finer control over data filters and options.
With EcoSys EPC version 7, the SAP application can serve as the customers’ main back-end business application, with bi-directional, real-time exchange of expenditures, invoices and timesheets. In return, EcoSys EPC automates reporting and standardizes business processes to deliver best practices for full lifecycle project cost management in an integrated, easy-to-use Web application.
“We are delighted to announce the successful achievement of SAP recertification for EcoSys EPC version 7. This achievement reinforces EcoSys’ ability to provide clients with a best-in-class integration platform. EcoSys EPC’s integration with SAP applications and other data integration features are critical components of the solution, as it automates and aligns important pieces of data. This provides the most accurate view of project performance and allows project controllers to focus on doing value-added work rather than trying to manually cobble data together from disparate systems,” says Noah Parker, Chief Technology Officer, EcoSys.
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