Dover, NH, November 18, 2015 -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Morse Data Corporation, developers of InOrder Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software, announced today that a new InOrder .Net, Web-based user interface is currently under development.
The new interface features the ability to re-size any windows, support for CSS-based interface customization, and the ability to run InOrder on browser-enabled devices.
"This is the third system re-write by Morse Data in over 40 years, but this one is different because it enables us and our InOrder users to fully leverage their existing InOrder investment," states Tony Marchese, VP of Software Systems. "The database tier and the logic tier are rock-solid, and already take advantage of the latest capabilities offered by SQL Server 2014, such as AlwaysOn Availability Clustering. This rewrite only affects the user interface tier, which is being completely re-built to take advantage of the latest object programming platforms and techniques that were not available when the current desktop client was initially developed."
This new interface will be rolled out in phases, beginning with warehouse components to compliment the recently completed web-based InOrder RF Interface. The phased release schedule will begin mid-2016 and be completed in 2017. This rollout will be released to existing InOrder customers as updates become available. The new interface will initially overlap with capabilities of the existing client/server based desktop programs, which will be replaced when functional equivalence is achieved.
About Morse Data Corporation
In business since 1975 and headquartered in Dover, NH with technical offices in Orland Park, IL, Morse Data Corporation offers InOrder, a real-time, tightly integrated, single database ERP system for multi-channel merchants, Internet retailers, publishers, and fulfillment solutions providers. The company is a certified Microsoft Small Business Specialist. To schedule a demonstration, call 888-667-7332 or visit http://www.getinorder.com.
Morse Data Corporation