The Next Evolution in ERP Technology
At iSP3 we have been looking for that next solution that will take JD Edwards customers beyond the technological capabilities that are available today. We can’t be sure what the future holds, but focusing on enhancements, innovation, creativity, and modern technology will be the keys to success.
We like to explore partnerships that offer business optimization and so, considering the next shift in technology, we’ve partnered with a company that presents a well-architected solution coupled with customer experience at the forefront of their decision-making.
We are excited to announce our partnership with Nextworld, founded by Kylee McVaney and her father, Ed McVaney. Some may know of Ed from his days as founder and CEO of JD Edwards. Nextworld is his latest ERP venture, a modern cloud ERP solution built from the ground up on a no-code development platform. Their core ERP applications span Financials, Distribution, Job Cost, and Manufacturing.
Why is Nextworld the next step for JD Edwards users?
- It’s a Future Proof Investment
- The separation between the applications and underlying technology ensures that new features, functions, and technologies are automatically delivered to applications
- No-Code Development
- IT can burn through their backlog in a fraction of the time and be freed up to focus on innovation
- Modern Architecture
- Nextworld’s stateless and REST based server architecture ensures dynamic and elastic scalability
- Complete Solution
- From built-in workflow, analytics, and an automated test builder to an advanced security model and REST APIs, Nextworld offers a complete solution out-of-the-box
- Unlimited Users
- The metric-based model is fair and simpler than any ERP pricing on the market
- Long-Term Relationship
- Nextworld plans to remain privately held meaning they are free to make decisions that influence long-term growth and relationships
If you are interested in learning more about Nextworld or discussing this next step in ERP evolution, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.