The original industrial revolution transformed not just the way humans manufactured things, but how and where we lived. Today, what was once cutting-edge now seems hopelessly dated, and we are well into the fourth industrial age or Industry 4.0 – the age of automation and data transfer. Connected systems are empowering companies engaged in intelligent manufacturing. (more…)
Chief Software Architect, SYSPRO Corporate. Since joining SYSPRO in 1982, Russell has been responsible for most of the core components of the software. He wrote the original Report Writer and ran the entire SYSPRO Programming Department for five years. Russell has been involved in implementing e.net, SQL Server, Reporting Services, Contact Management, Analytics, Electronic Signatures, Custom Forms, Online help and other vital architectural components. Russell is committed to global standards and infrastructure for product development, as well as proactive security, easy upgrades, and anytime-anywhere access in any language from English to Chinese. Russell loves motorsport and has a passion for the Porsche brand in particular. He feels extremely fortunate to drive one of his dream cars every day.
Blogs by Russell
ERP can be an incredibly significant solution for business; if implemented correctly it can create a more efficient and productive manufacturing or distribution organization. However, the best ERP systems in the world will not make any difference to your rate of collaboration or increase productivity if your employees are reluctant to adopt the new software. (more…)
Rapid growth. Two words usually associated with increased profit, improved output and enhanced business performance. Right? Not always. (more…)
We have released our Preview version of our latest SYSPRO version to Developers and Channel Partners in the form of a downloadable (more…)
Whilst the majority of SYSPRO systems already use Microsoft SQL Server as their database of choice we still have some sites which have yet to make the change from our heritage ISAM based system. (more…)