Rootstock Partners With Mountain Point
Mountain Point will act as salesforce/Rootstock manufacturing ERP implementation partner.
Rootstock Software® has announced that Mountain Point, a Registered Salesforce Consulting Partner, has been chosen to help Rootstock customers to dramatically reduce integration time to unlock and modernize their back-office system with Rootstock's manufacturing, supply chain and distribution ERP on the Salesforce platform. With markets and supply chains spread over the world and consumers' demands changing rapidly, manufacturers have realized that they need an ERP solution that can accommodate any workflow, implement social collaboration, add new capabilities and quickly address changing requirements.
"Manufacturers who have moved to cloud ERP have found that their ability to access big data on demand, gain important business intelligence and use this information to coordinate and collaborate with every department at every step in the supply chain has helped them stay ahead of the competition," emphasizes Andrew Rieser, president, Mountain Point. "As the leading cloud platform, Salesforce provides a stable and growing cloud ecosystem for manufacturers looking for cloud-based ERP solutions. The Industrial Internet and the intelligent connection of people, process, data and things continues to evolve, we look forward to helping Rootstock customers gain better insights into their customers and operations by tapping into their data."
"Today, companies are running all kinds of apps on the Salesforce platform, including ERP, customer relationship management (CRM), HR, sales, accounting and more," adds Pat Garrehy, CEO, Rootstock Software. "As the availability of cloud-based software that interfaces with Salesforce has exploded, many Rootstock customers will want to consider having their ERP implementation performed with the help of a leading Registered Salesforce Consulting Partner such as Mountain Point."
This article was originally posted “Rootstock Partners With Mountain Point” from Cloud Strategy Magazine.