Plug-In Architecture allows you to have additional features written specifically for you.
Optional plugin features can be added or removed at any time and they will not impact the performance or data being captured within Interprise.
Ultimately, Plug-In Architecture allows you to have more functionality without impacting the performance of your application. This allows you, the end user, to add components to the system that wasn’t envisioned by our team. Providing you with the flexibility to add features to the system without breaking it.
API – Application Programming Interface
Gives 3rd parties the ability to integrate with Interprise.
An Application Programming Interface (API) allows you to extract data from one application to another via predefined sets of rules on what information can be extracted.
We see the restful Interprise API as a major growth area as the need for applications to communicate with each other increases. Our API utilises Json payloads to GET POST and PUT data bi directionally from 3rd party applications into Interprise. This could include, but is not limited to, websites & postage carrier portals.
We have extended this further to actively pull data from 3rd party websites negating the requirement for a web developer, making it a true turnkey solution.
Cloud Or LAN Hosting
Your Server or a Hosted Server.
“Cloud” hosted applications utilise a network of servers off your premise – this allows you to run applications, store data and more from remote servicers – negating the need to maintain a server on site.
“Local Area Network” hosted applications utilise a server which is on your premises and maintained by you.
Smart Client Technology
Best of the Browser and Best of the Windows Client
Smart client technology bridges the gap between web applications and desktop applications by delivering functionality via a HTTP connection.
The real benefit of smart client technology is being able to access the Interprise Suite from anywhere in the world (internet connection permitting), without compromising on functionality.
Industry Standard Database that can handle millions of records.
SQL stands for structured query language, which is used for relational databases. At its core, an SQL is a collection of tables that stores a specific set of structured data.
The true benefit of having an SQL database is being able to access several records from a single command that does not require specifying how to reach a given record.