Priority, Israel’s leading ERP software, is launching its new version for hundreds of thousands of users • Best feature: a super-intuitive user interface

March 22, 2015

ERP software company Priority is launching version 17.0 of Israel’s most popular ERP program. The new version is available as of this week and over 200,000 users in 7,000 companies can download the upgrade from Priority’s website, announced the company’s CEO, Andres Richter.

At the heart of the new version is a new and up-to-date user interface that aims to enhance software capabilities for a more intuitive user experience. New features include a personal favorites display that is created automatically (based on recent and popular activities), fast retrieval of documents, customers and forms from anywhere in the program and more.
In addition to the new user interface, the version includes many functionality improvements in areas such as payroll and attendance, financials, CRM and sales, WMS, Active Directory and a number of localizations for overseas customers. Another significant upgrade is that Priority is now available as a dedicated application for iPads.

According to Richter, “We’ve set a new standard in the world of ERP: easy to learn, good screen logic, clean lines and direct access to data. We made it our goal to be closer to customers and over the past year we’ve listened to them and learned how to help them. As such, I’m sure our customers will enjoy the new version’s added value featured in the new functionality and enhanced user interface. We’ve also taken into account our new customers by designing the system so that it speeds up the learning curve of new users and streamlines implementation processes.”

Priority’s R&D team is already working on upcoming improvements and Richter promises to continue making the vision of easier ERP into a reality: “We’ll continue to make things easier for our users through a system that learns the habits and needs of the individual user. We’ll continue to develop tools that make application and implementation simpler, such as standard APIs for easier third-party integration, and we’ll definitely continue to expand the system’s functionality”.

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