ERP Apps update opens Portals up to the World with new multi-lingual translations
“It’s a huge step for us, and opens the portals to the whole of Europe and the World.”
ERP-APPs’ Portals have helped companies across World to revolutionise how they use their ERP systems and now, thanks to their latest updates, they’re able to offer that ability to the non-English speaking world.
“Up until now,” said Adam Davies, ERP APPs co-founder, “Customers have only been able to deploy the portals with a single base language. Now, they can finally make it easier for their global users to benefit from our apps.”
ERP-APPs’ Portals help to reshape how people use Unit4 ERP. They provide customisation free, real-time interaction for arm’s length stakeholders, within or outside your organization, with the aim of increasing successful engagement, reducing the time cost required to input and maintain data and retrieve information, whether that be taking card payments, creating new suppliers, inputting expenses and invoices or viewing financial information, all from a single browser based system.
“The feedback we’ve had from our customers and partners shows us that our portals have changed the way our customers use Unit4. Low touch users have always been reluctant to use or learn a new system, but with our Portals the uptake and usage rate is consistently higher.”
The major benefit of being able to offer multiple language options is that the ERP Portals can now be accessed by even more people without multi system deployments. By providing support for multilingual in one deployment, our customers can effectively engage with a broader user base with zero additional effort, tapping into new markets and supporting even more ‘low touch’ Unit4 users.
Whether those users are based in bustling metropolises or remote corners of the world, they can now access our software in a language that resonates with them, facilitating greater adoption and usage – the ultimate goal of any data manager.
“We know that, with our latest update adding international languages and a full translation, we can share these portals with teams and companies across Europe. 2024 is a monumental year for ERP-APPs, as we have a second update coming later the year which will further enhance this feature by allowing dynamic texts to be translated on the fly.”
The implementation of multi-language support is a testament to ERP Apps ongoing commitment to innovation and excellence. The team is tightknit and has decades of experience working with the backends of ERP Systems. As the technology continues to evolve, with the current push for Unit4 Cloud Implementation as the support for on-premise systems grows ever closer, ERP APPs remain dedicated to enhancing their software to meet the evolving needs of all users. With multi-language options now available, they look forward to empowering even more individuals and organisations to leverage the full potential of our software system.
“This is an exciting time for ERP Apps and Arribatec, and allows the portals to expand into a whole new audience.”