Aplicor, a company specializing in a cloud business suite that integrates ERP and CRM functionality, has formed a partnership with the Rackspace (News - Alert) Hosting Partner Network in which it will expand the delivery of its Cloud Suite 7 hosted solution for SMBs.
According to a press release, the agreement between Aplicor and the hosting and cloud computing specialist will bring added value to existing clients and boost the exposure and reputation for both companies.
"Our partnership with Rackspace, which is specialized in accelerating the transformation of innovative hosting and cloud computing solutions, is part of our own transformational efforts to move SaaS (News - Alert) to a new level...that of a true Cloud-based Business Suite of CRM and ERP integration,” said Chris Clinton, Aplicor's vice president of Worldwide Sales, Channel & Marketing. “We have taken a generational leap in software design and consider our Aplicor Cloud Suite 7 offering state-of-the-art in next generation business software.”
The Cloud Suite 7 business solution from Florida-based Aplicor merges both front- and back-office processes to provide a single, integrated and hosted business system to customers, who benefit from the flexibility and simplicity necessary to advance customer relationships and create a competitive advantage.
Thanks to a powerful graphic interface, business process design tools for organizing, designing and configuring workflows, panels and dashboards, and the ability to interact with and control up to six active applications in one workspace, companies are now empowered to tweak the application to fit their CRM and financial business requirements.
"We look for synergistic relationships with industry leaders like Aplicor that enable us to add greater value to our customer base and sustain our ongoing commitment to Fanatical Support,” said Christopher Rajiah, vice president, North American Channels, Rackspace.
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Edited by Chris DiMarco