- March 31, 2014
Rootstock‚Äôs Cloud ERP will replace the on-premise legacy ERP software, which will consolidate all of Pioneer‚Äôs key metrics onto the Force.complatform.
March 31, 2014 – Pioneer Motor Bearing Company has chosen Rootstock’s Cloud ERP to replace its on-premise legacy ERP software, which will consolidate all of Pioneer’s key metrics onto the Force.complatform. Founded in 1920, Pioneer Motor Bearing provides original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and end users with world-class custom fluid film bearing engineering, manufacturing and repair expertise, primarily in the electric power generation and oil and gas markets. Pioneer discovered the AppExchange, the ecosystem of business enterprise software applications native to the Force.com platform, and applications there that made it easy to adopt more complex functionality. Pioneer was “blown away” at how easy it was to install new applications, an experience Pioneer’s CEO, Gordon Bardet, says he enjoys on his tablet but didn’t expect to see for enterprise software. “Being able to get a 360 degree view of our customers has always been our focus, and Rootstock, with their FinancialForce partnership, is an important piece of that mission.” Pioneer is excited to be an early adopter of Cloud-based ERP software after Rootstock demonstrated it provides traditional shop scheduling with a modern user interface that makes shop-floor control and capacity planning more efficient. “Pioneer Motor Bearing was especially impressed with our Capacity Planning module,” adds Pat Garrehy, president and CEO of Rootstock. “As a manufacture-to-order job-shop, it is imperative to them that they can quickly schedule their shop and maximize efficiency. They were especially excited about how they could benefit from our drag-and-drop shop floor features.” Jeremy Bardet explains, “Rootstock continues to rapidly develop new features, which is what we expect from today’s leading cloud applications. Consistently receiving these feature upgrades justifies the subscription-based pricing model.” Bardet emphasizes, “We do not manufacture to a sales forecast or an inventory, so it is imperative we have lean but powerful systems.” About Pioneer Motor Bearing Company Pioneer provides customers, both original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and end users, bearing engineering, manufacturing, repair and training expertise to help them design, build, maintain and upgrade large rotating equipment to operate more efficiently and reliably over an extended life. Among other types of bearings, the company designs and builds thrust bearing assemblies that support loads up to and in excess of 1,000,000 pounds. In the “green energy” sector of hydroelectric power generation its customers include virtually all the major hydroelectric OEMs and end users throughout North America. Pioneer is a licensee of Siemens Energy, Inc. (Orlando, FL) and Alstom Power (USA) and is the exclusive American alliance partner of Michell Bearings of the UK (a member of the Rolls-Royce Group). Pioneer’s proprietary designs include the Fluid Pivot tilting pad journal bearing. About Rootstock Software Rootstock Software is a proven provider of powerful manufacturing and supply chain solutions built on the Force.com cloud computing platform. The Rootstock solution enables real-time management of manufacturing and supply chain operations from front to back, anytime and anywhere. The company’s manufacturing and supply chain apps integrate “out of the box” with native sales and accounting apps by salesforce.com and FinancialForce.com. With unparalleled executive experience in manufacturing software and an established base of installed and implemented cloud customers, Rootstock offers a better and reliable way to plan and execute required activities, deliver essential information to all parts of the organization, and improve timely and informed business decision making. The organization also provides the control and visibility to elevate the total performance of manufacturing and supply chain operations. Rootstock is now available on the AppExchange by Salesforce.com, the world’s most popular marketplace for business apps.Learn More
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