HTML5 has held a lot of promise for a number of years. It is the preferred method for delivering rich applications to a web-browser but leaving the heavy lifting to the server. The main benefits are first, the application can run much faster than you would ever think it could over a browser, and second, it looks like it is a client/server application with many of the same features because the user interface is so rich. Priority has changed the game by using an HTML5 User Interface that looks a bit like Salesforce, except for being iERP rather than CRM. Like Salesforce, Priority has found that balance between great functionality and ease of use that is so important in any modern application. Users will find Priority V17.2 to be very friendly and consistent throughout the entire application. The key here is to keep the more difficult aspects of the program in sub-screens rather than on main screens. This way, the power users can still get at it, but newbies really do not even see it unless they know where to go get it. This is one of the key factors any company should look at when considering a new ERP solution. How quickly can my users become functional on the solution? Is it hours, days, weeks, or months. As TEC Evaluations reported, Priority V17.2 is hours. Most systems are weeks if not months, and even sometimes years.
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