Codeless Platforms is pleased to announce that it has awarded Frontline Consultancy, an ERP and IT solutions provider, specialising in SAP Business One, Sage X3 and business intelligence solutions, with Gold Partner Status. This recognises the commitment that Frontline has invested into BPA Platform over the past 10 years and further strengthens the partnership.
“We are extremely pleased to have been awarded Gold Partner Status. I think this proves that we are at the top of our game with Codeless Platforms’ toolset,” said Tony Hilton, ERP Services Director, Frontline Consultancy. “We’ve got first-class knowledge of BPA Platform; there is nothing we can’t do with it. We understand exactly how it works and exactly how we should deploy it. Having a tool like BPA Platform really lets us get deep down and dirty into business requirements. We are, quite genuinely, able to answer yes to nearly all the demands that our customers request.”
With over 100 SAP Business One customers, Frontline Consultancy combines BPA Platform with B1UP from Boyum IT for many of its projects. B1UP is used for user interface processes and BPA Platform is used for a multitude of backend processes, including integration with other systems and services, as well as business process automation, such as the transfer of data between systems and workflow approvals.
“BPA Platform enables us to automate processes around and within SAP Business One in a much more commercially viable way with our SME customer base. The alternative is to write things from the ground up using C#, which is a huge exercise. However, the framework is already there with BPA Platform. We can build something in ten days, that would probably take 30 days, or even 50 days, in C#. We effectively start a project with a massive head start,” explained Hilton. “The speed to market and competitive price is a huge commercial benefit to us. Support is good, and the product is robust and reliable; which is a good thing in the SAP Business One marketplace, because there is quite a lot out there that isn’t really that robust or reliable.”