While it is in its beta release, the company claims with host of features its ERP solution exposes it can cut order processing time by up to 90 percent and let wholesale and distribution companies monitor and quickly diagnose operational issues at a fraction of the cost of conventional enterprise-resource-planning solutions.
In a nutshell BizSlate offers powerful supply chain tools that drastically reduce the cost of inventory, while improving shipping timing and accuracy. Key BizSlate advantages include:
- Full-featured enterprise capabilities at a fraction of the cost
- Customer, vendor, product, and multiple warehouse management tools
- Web 2.0 interface for SMB users -- no old school accounting interface
- Short learning curve vs. complexity of SAP, NetSuite, and other ERP solutions
- Real-time, on-the-fly performance
- Remote access via laptops and tablets
- Order management from the trade show floor with product scanning
- Real-time available inventory that eliminates stacks of paper orders
- Quick creation of product SKUs with automatic UPC assignment
- Built-in automation and multiple object editing
- QuickBooks integration enables small accounting and bookkeeping departments to leave accounting untouched
- Amazon Web Services security and reliability
The cloud based beta is immediately available as a 10 day free trial at www.bizslate.com/try. To access the beta, users must agree to a minimum one year production contract. On the eleventh day users are expected to leave a 50% deposit for their first year production fees. Once the production of BizSlate is announced the 1 year contract commences. As an added bonus, users will have a 40% lifetime discount and have the option to join our customer steering committee.
"BizSlate enables small and mid-size companies to effectively compete on the global stage," said Marc Kalman, BizSlate founder and CEO. "Until now, they have been at a competitive disadvantage vis-à-vis large enterprises, as sophisticated ERP efficiencies have been well beyond their means. Our core principle is to engage our users in the design process -- the BizSlate beta already incorporates operational feedback from 17 alpha-testing companies."