SSA Global launches SSA ERPLX to provide enterprises with a market-leading manufacturing solution

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SSA Global, a leading global provider of extended enterprise solutions and services, today announced the immediate general availability of SSA ERPLX, continuing SSA Globals ongoing commitment to deliver market-leading functionality and to protect customers investments.

The general availability of SSA ERPLX marks another significant milestone in the convergence and modernization of our solutions to deliver functionally-rich products today and well into the future, said Cory A. Eaves, chief technology officer, SSA Global. With this launch, we are giving both new and existing customers a clear path for improving their competitiveness through deployment of a modern enterprise resource planning solution.

SSA ERPLX offers exceptional manufacturing capabilities, including compliance enhancements based on advanced process-driven SSA Workflow. SSA ERPLX includes specific functionality based on best practices for the manufacturing industries, including consumer packaged goods, food and beverage, life sciences, specialty chemicals and automotive suppliers. In addition, SSA ERPLX delivers an enhanced user experience, new functionality to improve the efficiency of business processes and an efficient approach to integrating the solution into a companys existing IT infrastructure.

This new ERP solution is built and optimized for the IBM eServer iSeries and leverages IBM WebSphere for integration and the adoption of service-oriented architectures.

SSA ERPLX is the preferred upgrade platform for delivering several key enhancements to users of the SSA BPCS, SSA PRMS, SSA KBM, SSA PRISM and SSA Infinium MM/PR enterprise resource planning solutions.

The SSA ERPLX platform has been designed so companies can easily integrate and leverage the full range of SSA Global extensions solutions, including SSA Supply Chain Management, SSA Corporate Performance Management and SSA Financial Management 2.0.

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