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EnterpriseWizard Spring 2012 Eliminates the Need for Custom Code
The Spring 2012 Release slashes the deployment times for enterprise software and adds integrated email marketing; a mobile interface; automated asset discovery and prebuilt integration with Google, Facebook, Twitter, SalesForce, Quickbooks and Active Directory.
Redwood City, CA (PRWEB) May 10, 2012
The EnterpriseWizard Spring 2012 release is now available from http://www.enterprisewizard.com/free-trial.htm and solves the #1 challenge in enterprise software by cutting deployment times from the industry average of 9 months, to 90 hours.
This is achieved through business rules and workflows that are configured through the browser, without coding. The new release also adds integrated email marketing; a mobile interface for end users; automated asset discovery for devices such as PCs, Linux servers, routers and printers; automated survey questionnaires; Chinese and Russian interfaces and prebuilt integration with Google, Facebook, Twitter, SalesForce, Quickbooks, MS Exchange and more.
COO, Colin Earl remarks The new modules are not only state-of-the-art, they are free. We charge a simple per-seat price that includes all functionality."
Analysts and publications such as Information Week have highlighted the "need for speed" as the primary challenge facing CIO’s.
EnterpriseWizard has addressed this challenge head on with a system that that can be deeply configured, without custom coding. Colin remarks The need for custom code is the root of all evil. It means long deployment times, high maintenance costs and massive uncertainty. We have made it unnecessary in over 90% of sophisticated enterprise deployments and as a result, we have not only reduced deployment times and costs, but are able to guarantee success.
EnterpriseWizard is currently the only company in the industry with the confidence to offer an unconditional guarantee of success that covers both software and consulting services.
Colin believes that this is a game changer in enterprise software and one that is applicable to all companies. The code that Chevron uses for a global Sarbanes Oxley deployment is the same code that a start-up in Marin uses to manage the distribution of organic lunches to school kids; even though the tables, the look and feel, the business rules and workflows are all different. Because there is no custom code, there are no custom bugs.
This is echoed by their customers. EnterpriseWizard is one of, if not, the most responsive and caring vendors I’ve ever dealt with, said David Ross, Manager, Service Applications ITS for California Polytechnic State University.