Harris Computer Systems (Harris), a subsidiary of Constellation Software Inc. (TSX: CSU) is pleased to announce that Systems & Software (S&S), a wholly owned subsidiary of Harris, has released enQuesta 4 ERP.
Since Systems & Software was first founded, the mission has been to provide the utility market with a fully integrated solution from a customer service, utility billing and financial management perspective. Over the past several years, the company focused primarily on enhancing their CIS/Utility Billing suite. Under the direction of new management, S&S has elected to upgrade and update their financial management component for one simple reason. "Today our customers want to implement a completely comprehensive and totally integrated solution. Further, from a long-term partnership standpoint, they want the ease and cost efficiency of receiving single vendor support," says Dave Decker, General Manager, Systems & Software.
The enQuesta ERP solution offers utilities the ability to manage their business with a complete suite of core finance, plant accounting and human resource modules. These include general ledger, budgeting, purchasing and asset inventory, receivables and payables, payroll, and compatible unit based work order management and job costing solution. Naturally, inherent integration exists between the enQuesta 4 ERP solution and the enQuesta 4 CIS solution. This suite will enable your organization to manage your most valued resource – your people – through an HR module while providing your employees real-time access via the Employee Self-Service portal.
Beyond internal development, Systems & Software is currently working with the Electric Power Board of Chattanooga (EPB) as a development partner for this enhanced offering. "In 1999, our requirements were complex when we first implemented S&S' financial offering. They more than met our requirements then and we are confident the enQuesta 4 ERP will exceed our expectations today," comments Kathy Burns, VP of Customer Relations at EPB.
Stop by Booth #601 during CS Week, to begin the process of creating your own enQuesta 4 success story.