The Good

  • Local vendor with indepth knowledge of local requirements
  • Strong Warehouse Management facilities management
  • POS integrated applications
  • Focus on niche markets especially retail, wholesale and distribution
  • Can support large numbers of concurrent users
  • Strong consolidation between modules
  • Good cash flow management
  • Consulting services delivered by Pronto’s professional services team
  • Highly configurable
  • Ability to develop new applications rapidly using RAD
  • Centralised support
  • Scalable
  • Good supply chain processes
  • Customer friendly company

The Bad

  • Privately held company with limited number of customers
  • High cost of implementation
  • Multi-currency
  • General Ledger
  • Modular pricing- unlikely to get away with entry level functionality and would require additional modules

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