The software as a service (SaaS) platform features proprietary integration in an on-premise environment and is tailored to meet the needs of all segments of the industry versus one specific vertical.
“We haven’t been asked to interoperate with other types of platforms,” Meyers confirmed. “Obviously, the solution needs to be able to connect into a SAP environment and other data sources that it may need but it becomes the environment that customers then use to get their analytics from.”
While FusionOps focuses on small-to-medium-size businesses (SMBs) below $3 billion in annual revenue, the solution comes in a number of different price configurations which enable more capability for larger enterprises but also offer greater affordability for smaller companies.
“We believe that supply chain visibility demands are similar across verticals, much like HR and CRM requirements are relatively independent of industry,” Meyers explained. “The configurability of our analytics coupled with our ability to provide consulting services enable us to support unique requirements as they emerge. Our Enterprise edition permits access to data sets beyond SAP ERP systems, access to all of our subject areas and a greater number of users, while our entry-level Pro edition provides access to all of the analytics within two subject areas,” he concluded.