TechnologyAccounting SoftwareSoftworld: New product launches

Softworld: New product launches

At Softworld 2002, solutions will be on offer from Epicor Software, SharpOWL and PlanningObjects.

Epicor Software

delivers business performance solutions including integrated FrontOffice, BackOffice and e-Business capabilities for mid-market enterprises, built on a strong history of BackOfficetransactional systems.

At Softworld the company will be launching eProject v5 tailored for Professional Services Organisations.

SharpOWL is the author of the Professional Services Automation solution, which offers a comprehensive, collaborative and knowledge-enhancing approach to managing information and resources in professional services organisations. Products on show include Professional Services Automation software, including Time Recording & Billing.

PlanningObjects brings the unique power of Planning Objects to the end user through revolutionary Brixx, the only business planning/modelling software with an intrinsic understanding of time. A new product on show will be Brixx 2.6 product upgrade, plus seven new Planning Object Solutions Packs. On the stand the company will be offering a free Brixx Planner with every Brixx PlannerPro.

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