Our project team has been using Tersus since 2004 to develop enterprise software solutions to customers.
The following are some of the major systems we have developed so far:
Ormat is a leading provider of solutions for geothermal power, recovered energy generation and remote power. It is the third largest geothermal producer of electricity in the United States.
OMS (Ormat Management system) is an ERP equivalent system covering under one integrated platform Ormat activities from customer order to invoicing (including engineering, production planning, purchasing, manufacturing and shipping).
Tersus has been building the OMS since 2005. Parts of the system have been in operational use since early 2006, and the full scale system will be launched in early 2009.
See more details in http://www.tersus.com/#Id=284.
A small system we built for Ormat in 2004 to manage daily information about the performance of power production plants (see more details in http://www.tersus.com/#Id=284).
The application is actively maintained by Ormat developers, with little support from us.
Another system we built for Ormat in 2004 to rack expenses and commitments and compare them to the budget see more details in http://www.tersus.com/#Id=284).
The application has been integrated into the Ormat Management System, and now also includes forecasting capabilities.
A system we developed this year for a large healthcare provider in Israel. It manages the whole process of approving patient requests for medicines not generally covered by the healthcare insurance.
We are currently developing for this healthcare provider several other web applications to be used by staff in branches and clinics.
Two portals we built in 2007 for the distributors of Junjin Europe, the European representative of the Korean JunJin Concrete Pumps (see more details in http://www.tersus.com/#Id=285).
A web application we built earlier this year to an Israeli factory to manage customer orders. It is an extension of the existing AS400 backbone system of the organization.
A portal to manage a hierarchy of documents and a document archive. We have developed several versions of the portal, one of which is available at http://www.tersus.com/#Id=164.
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