Eclipse expands with exclusive world-wide reseller and distribution rights for award winning Product Lifecycle Management and Workflow Solutions
(SYDNEY, 01 JULY, 2010) Today, leading supplier of intelligent business solutions Eclipse Computing (Australia) Pty Ltd (Eclipse), a UXC Limited company, announced that is has secured the exclusive world-wide reseller and distribution rights for the software products and intellectual property assets of Just Oneplace Pty Ltd (J1P).
The arrangements cover all of the intellectual property of J1P’s Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and Workflow Solution and Microsoft Dynamics NAV add-on granules and will form the basis of a new PLM Solutions practice within Eclipse that will provide support for existing clients and market the solutions throughout Australia and internationally.
Winston Teperson, product manager, PLM Solutions said, “This is a significant win for the customers of Just Oneplace and for businesses interested in reducing their costs and improving their speed to market with the use of PLM. Eclipse is the ideal company to market and grow J1P’s multiple award winning PLM and Workflow Solutions. Eclipse has the necessary support and implementation practices, as well as marketing and sales infrastructure to service customers and prospects here in Australia, New Zealand and internationally.”
Bradley Stroop, chief executive officer, Eclipse said, “Our new PLM Solutions practice will allow Eclipse to harness other skills within our applications development and .Net practices and leverages our existing investment in Microsoft Dynamics solutions. This also provides the opportunity to deepen our expertise and skills within the retail, distribution and manufacturing industries.”
Built on the Microsoft .NET platform, the software design can be closely integrated into the Microsoft Dynamics suite, giving businesses a complete end-to-end solution, from design to delivery. “Eclipse and Microsoft have identified PLM as a key market growth opportunity, where real efficiencies can be achieved utilising smart solutions to improve collaboration in the supply chain and across business operations,” Mr Stroop said.