Deployment Options


Software as a Service (SaaS)
The SaaS delivery model accelerates deployment and makes the Synergist Production System (SPS) solution affordable to the broadest range of companies, with a manageable monthly fee. Small to mid-size companies can streamline operations and improve project quality and profitability while working with a single provider. Synergist ensures that company data is secure and completely confidential. Companies will focus on their core competencies, rather than trying to become IT managers. The SaaS monthly fee covers software, hardware, infrastructure, bandwidth, implementation, training, system and user support. With the SaaS model, Synergist clients will have one point of contact to support all aspects of the company’s ERP and Synergist system.

Synergist can provide its solution on a hosted basis for a monthly fee, hosted in Synergist’s secure data center. This deployment model includes hardware, infrastructure, bandwidth, and system support. Terms are flexible and can include a leased option to cover all hosting and implementation costs.

Synergist can sell its software to a client under a more standard software license agreement, to be housed on-site at the customer location, with professional consulting services provided by Synergist for implementation.

SPS provides portals for access to the system by any of the client’s stakeholders including customers, vendors, freelance staff, and corporate staff. Access can be controlled so that the stakeholder only has visibility to approved information in the system.

Integration with Existing System
SPS industry specific modules can be integrated with any ERP system directly or integrated via the Oracle financial modules. It is anticipated that in most cases, customers will want the entire solution; however, if they want to keep a legacy financial system, the integration between the company’s system and SPS is most easily accomplished between standard financial modules. The Oracle applications can operate in the background, easing the integration, while the company retains use of its financial system.