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'Polar Bear' fashion-focused business software released
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Feb '12
Visual 2000 International Inc. is releasing Version 5.12 of its popular Visual ERP.net fashion Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution. Designated 'Polar Bear', the enhanced software features a newly redesigned interface that delivers an improved user experience through its sleek design and aesthetic white background.

The comprehensive, browser-based software enables apparel, footwear, and accessories companies to better manage accounting, purchasing, sales, production, inventory, and other core business processes.

“Polar Bear brings significant usability and productivity improvements to the traditional ERP interface,” noted Charles Benoualid, Vice President of Research and Development. “As expectations of corporate software users increase along with advances in consumer technology, we are certain that this new version will appeal current and new customers who want to equip their teams with the most modern and intuitive ERP software available.”

For a limited time, Visual 2000 is marking the launch of Polar Bear by making a donation to the WORLD WILDLIFE FUND (WWF), the global conservation organization, in the name of each company that upgrades or purchases the new software.

Visual ERP.net Version 5.12 is now available for immediate deliveryworldwide. Companies currently running Visual ERP.net Version 5 or higher can schedule a free upgrade through their Visual 2000 customer support team.Others can purchase the latest Visual ERP.net software separately, or as a fully integrated component of Visual 2000's End-2-End business solution.

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