Dynamic addes online line reporting to POS system
Dynamic Systems Solutions of Pompano Beach, Fla. recently announced that it has enhanced its "Point-of-Sale" (POS) System developed for the JD Edwards (JDE) software suite. The POS Software directly integrates with the JDE software system. The latest version of the software adds a host of new features such as Barcoding/Scanning, Automatic Cash Drawer Controls, Invoice/Receipt Printing, and a comprehensive set of on-line inquiries and reports, enabling organizations to enhance their customer services and reporting systems.
California is absorbing Unibol
California Software Corp. of Irvine, Calif. last week announced the planned consolidation of Unibol, its recently announced acquisition. California Software has enjoyed significant interest in its latest products, BABY/GUI and baby.com, which provide a graphical and Web-enablement capability to existing iSeries 400-based applications. This technology offers significant benefits to existing Unibol/36 and Unibol/400 customers as well as providing a growing list of new customers.
iE out with partner program
iE of Woburn, Mass. is launching a symbiotic partner program, in North America, for its iE ScreenSurfer Web-to-host integration solution. iE ScreenSurfer provides secure, reliable and efficient Web-to-host access to IBM (and compatible) mainframes, AS/400s, IBM @.server i-, p-, and z-series machines, Unix/Linux systems, and minicomputers. iE ScreenSurfer has a 90% conversion ratio with corporate evaluators. This new partner program sets out to provide iE ScreenSurfer's strengths and advantages to an even larger audience - on a preferential basis.
Locate and view source members with AS/Required's SVU
AS/Required recently announced the launch of SVU (Source View Utility). SVU enables rapid locating and viewing of any source member on your system with minimal keystrokes. Optionally the list can be maintained online and you can also capture change history. The software is designed to improve productivity while being easy to install and configure.
Contest for Visual RPG
AVR Source is pleased to announce the first ever development contest for the Visual RPG developer community. The I.C.E. Awards (Innovative Caviar Examples) are intended to honor developers who have written outstanding applications, tools, components, or examples using Visual RPG. AVR Source will be giving away over $7000 in prizes to the winning entries, including admission and hotel accommodations for the 2002 ASNAPalooza. Winners will be announced at the 2001 ASNAPalooza user conference in March. The I.C.E. Awards sponsors include ASNA, Becubed Software, DBI-Tech, FarPoint Technologies, Lead Technologies, Larcom and Young, Sax Software, and Pegasus.
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