Your program is better from software product sap, is'nt it?



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Much better because it's russian. From Russia with love.

 
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Yes. Lower cost and low barrier to entry

 
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Not better, not worse, its just other ...

 
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No. SAP gives more money...

 
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#5 to developers and support engineers ?

 
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Сan I use your software in the large industrial and trading company, which have hundred branches in the different countries?

 
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What program You recommend to me?

 
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#1. Iven, could you please to be more precise with your question? What do you compare? Application platform and tools or customer ready solutions?

 
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#3 Agree.
The slogan of 1C Company says "Affordable and serious" (my translation)

 
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Platform? Of course

 
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We make wheels for cars. We have SAP now.

 
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off: damn, it's not mista ... refreshing is to slow, AJAX works ugly

 
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#7. Largest example known to me is digital retailer operating thousands of shops across 14 countries.

 
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#6 To vendors...

 
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yes, i think...

 
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Iven, we have deployed it in a rather like company, and it works:) So the answer is - yes, you can. But this is not an easy job, of course:)

 
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Is your software capable to support work of several thousand users in various regions?

 
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#19 Yes.

 
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Our boss like 1С, but we think that 1С isn't capable to work with very great volumes of the data, so it?

 
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I think, in geographically dispersed databases. What average number of users do you have in each node (or branch)?

 
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We have some hundreds users in each branch. SAP is good program, but very inconvenient.

 
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Some hundreds in each branch is not a big problem, 1C can hold it. Can you also specify volumes of data in each node (average) and in the central database?

 
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1c have better modern interface

 
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>Сan I use your software in the large industrial and trading company,
>which have hundred branches in the different countries?

Unfortunately today not yet. But!.. To construst such ERP on 1C platform and implement it will be cheaper (and may be faster) then implement SAP.


>We make wheels for cars.

FYI: KAMA (Russian) and Yokohama (Japanese) use 1C in Russia for tire manufacture.


>What program You recommend to me?

1C:Enterprise 8. Manufacturing Enterprise Management as a base for solution you need.

Edited: Nick Shilkin - Apr 08, 2013 12:42 PM
 
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