Glovia and Bring ERP to Cloud Computing Order Management application on now available

Customers A10 Networks, Inc., Fox Industries, Inc., Sally Ride Science and more are already using Order Management on as cloud computing solution for managing sales orders, quotes, inventory, fulfillment and invoicing

Glovia builds and delivers Order Management on in just months

SAN FRANCISCO, CA - November 3, 2008 - Glovia International, a subsidiary of Fujitsu Limited and a leading provider of extended ERP solutions for engineer-to-order and high volume manufacturers, and [NYSE: CRM], the enterprise cloud computing company, today announced the availability of Order Management on Built on's platform, Order Management provides complete visibility into all sales orders and quotes as well as the inventory, fulfillment and invoicing required to complete transactions. With Order Management on, customers can now harness the power of cloud computing to deploy ERP applications to manage and run their businesses.

"We are very happy to deliver new applications on to serve the needs of a larger market. Order Management on gives customers visibility into their operations so they can focus on linking supply with demand, instead of having to manage and maintain software and hardware infrastructure," said Yuji Nakasu, President and CEO, Glovia International, a subsidiary of Fujitsu Ltd. "We were able to transform our assets and know-how accumulated over many years to deliver our order management ERP application entirely on in just a few months. This rapid application delivery on allows us to focus on driving customer success with applications."

"Customers are asking us for ways to run their enterprises completely in the cloud," said Marc Benioff, chairman and CEO, "They want the low-cost, low-risk benefits that come with cloud computing.  By delivering ERP on, Glovia is showcasing the power and potential of cloud computing. Not only can ISVs use to build and deliver any application in the cloud, but now, companies can use to run their entire business in the cloud."

" offers us a way to manage our customers, from prospect to closed deal, completely in the cloud," said Meredith Manning, Vice President of Marketing for Sally Ride Science, an innovative science content company founded by America's first woman in space Dr. Sally Ride.  "Now with Order Management on we have ERP integrated with Salesforce CRM for quoting, ordering, shipping and billing - all delivered in the cloud, with no additional infrastructure for us to manage."

Glovia on Brings Order Management to Cloud Computing
Built on the platform, Order Management gives customers the ability to extend control of their sales process. By providing a solution that goes from lead management to billing, Order Management eliminates manual processes with spreadsheets and double entry costs due to unconnected systems. Tightly integrated with Salesforce CRM, the solution improves sales visibility from prospect all the way through invoice. Features of Order Management on include:
  • Order Management & Quoting
  • Inventory
  • Fulfillment
  • Billing
Whether an order is created from a won opportunity or a customer directly enters via a portal, Order Management gives customers consistent visibility of the entire quote, order, fulfillment and billing process. Businesses can provide their customers with accurate stock and order status using a Web browser or a mobile device such as the Apple iPhone via Salesforce Mobile.  Delivered completely in the cloud on, Order Management helps customers:
  • Improve sales execution, including increasing sales visibility, demand aggregation in single format and single sales execution processes for all sources of demand, and accurate reliable order promising
  • Improve customer satisfaction, including consistent customer interactions and on time delivery
  • Improve fulfillment processes, including inventory accuracy with visibility, flexible single process for warehouse operations, and reduce fulfillment cycle time and cost
  • Easy and quick to adopt with intuitive screens and workflow, same technology and UI as Salesforce CRM
  • Boost productivity while keeping sales, operations, and accounting departments in sync.
"In today's increasingly challenging business environment, THINKstrategies has seen a dramatic growth in the number of companies of all sizes who are recognizing the benefits of the SaaS/cloud computing model, including lower up front costs, lower implementation risk, and not having to manage and maintain additional software and hardware infrastructure," said Jeffrey M. Kaplan, Managing Director of THINKstrategies, Inc. and the Founder of the SaaS Showplace. "The new Order Management service developed and delivered by Glovia, and built on the platform, gives companies the option of moving their ERP systems to the cloud as well."

Pricing and Availability Order Management is now available for order through the AppExchange at Pricing is $65 per user per month.

About Glovia International
Glovia International, Inc., a subsidiary of Fujitsu Limited (Tokyo Stock Exchange: 6702), is one of the world's most experienced and solidly backed providers of extended ERP solutions for businesses of any size - from small and mid-sized companies to global enterprises. The powerful and flexible Glovia ERP suite,, provides for the unique needs of engineer-to-order, make-to-order, high volume and mixed-mode manufacturing environments through comprehensive, end-to-end functionality for the entire product lifecycle. Headquartered in El Segundo, Calif., Glovia has helped manufacturers to cut costs, improve productivity, and meet customer demands for over 30 years. For more information, please visit

About Fujitsu
Fujitsu is a leading provider of IT-based business solutions for the global marketplace. With approximately 167,000 employees supporting customers in 70 countries, Fujitsu combines a worldwide corps of systems and services experts with highly reliable computing and communications products and advanced microelectronics to deliver added value to customers. Headquartered in Tokyo, Fujitsu Limited (TSE:6702) reported consolidated revenues of 5.3 trillion yen (US$53 billion) for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2008. For more information, please see:

About is the world’s largest provider of customer relationship management (CRM) software. For more information about (NYSE: CRM), visit:

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