Green Future Innovations, Inc. (GFI), a corporation that aims to contribute to the domestic supply of renewable energy, is committed towards a green and sustainable development through its ethanol plant located in San Mariano, Isabela, poised to be fully-operational by 2012. The company wanted a solution that everyone will be most comfortable with, while having an interface that can be easily understood. They searched for a system that was highly-scalable, easy to maintain, and easy to use and all done at cost-effective measures.
"Given there are many Financial and Enterprise Resource Planning solutions in the market, the company had to make sure that we purchase a business application and solution that will grow with us," said Leonides Tolentino, AVP for IT, Green Future Innovations, Inc.
GFI also wanted to ensure that the company reduces the learning curve of users who will be involved in the project, and that the technology can be seamlessly integrated with its current infrastructure. The companyï¿½s key requirements in the selection process was focused at the solution's features and functionality, stability and security, future modification and extending features, product implementation base, credibility of the implementing partner, and cost-effectiveness.
GFI decided to invest and subscribe to Microsoft Dynamics AX. With its deployment, GFI has been given the right technical support to be able to provide green technologies and renewable energy to its customers, contributing to the growth of the energy sector in the country.
"Being a startup, we did not want to make mistakes in our system acquisition. We knew that Microsoft has been working for years to give reliable business solutions with all its products. Given that most education and business users are familiar and comfortable with Microsoft solutions, we are confident that our users will be able to easily navigate and grasp the features and functionalities of Dynamics AX," says Tolentino.
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