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ERP & HR Solutions

Powerfully simple or simply powerful?

According to EASY SOFTWARE, EASY SPIRIT2Design helps businesses develop high-end, customized company apps about four times faster than usual.

11 Mar. 2017
EASY SPIRIT2Design Programmierung von Apps

Complex business processes and mobility? For a long time, there was a distinct lack of enthusiasm for combining the two. At first, the problem was a lack of faith in the seemingly weak hardware, then came security concerns – sometimes justified and sometimes exaggerated. However, very gradually, one thing followed another until more than a few companies found they could break into new markets by getting behind mobility. But how do you make sure you have the right app for your company? Corporate app development is still a complex and costly process, unless of course you know somebody, who knows somebody, whose nephew is a programming genius. That doesn’t happen very often though. One very promising way to get an app that will allow you to access ERP systems and business processes while on the move is to contact EASY SOFTWARE AG. Fortunately, the Mülheim-based company is at CeBIT 2017 in Hannover to introduce the latest version of its EASY SPIRIT2Design development platform.

EASY SPIRIT2Design has been engineered to help users program and provide standard and highly customized corporate apps four times faster than when using conventional approaches to development. To achieve this, the platform is easy to use on the one hand, but extremely powerful in terms of its options on the other. The web-based interface is a fast, user-friendly tool for creating business logics and models and also offers a whole range of completed services and applications that can be used as they are or modified. For example, if a user wants to add an interface to SAP, all he or she has to do is click the SAP module, drag it into the current project and define the parameters for connecting to the SAP system. Job done! Connecting to Salesforce, Sharepoint and other standard systems is similarly straightforward.