As with any computer network, extensive research needs to be done to assess the appropriate sizing of hardware to deliver satisfactory performance taking into account the various software packages utilised within that organisation. Whilst we at Promax have an extensive working knowledge of the environment in which the Promax software operates including Windows operating systems, SQL Servers, VM, Terminal services and Citrix, we do not profess to be experts in operating system optimization.
Our experienced technical and consultant team provide guidelines on hardware configurations that are dedicated to Promax and as a result provide excellent performance. The sharing of these hardware resources however will obviously deteriorate the performance of all software on the system as like any computer processor, it will have a finite capacity. There is a whole area of expertise in tuning servers and with an increasing adoption of VM and Citrix this is becoming very specialised. Our recommendation is to obtain expertise from the parties that will or have supplied the VM software or an appropriate expert consultant in this field.
Promax PX has a rich GUI environment. Standard windows functions like copy/paste and drag/drop are supported and are easy to learn and use.
Promax PX can interface with a client’s current enterprise systems by using a set of automated interface controls allowing for the quality of data held within Promax PX to be of the same standard as the systems currently in place.
Promax uses a series of Database Referential integrity rules, foreign keys and a normalised database to ensure the reliability of the data.
Individual users can be granted specific combinations of read/write/delete for all key functions within Promax PX. Some examples would be Company Data (accounts, products, prices etc), Account Data (activity types, ranging etc).
Approval levels can also be set up by user. These govern a user’s ability to approve a promotion or whether it becomes a pending promotion for a more senior manager.