Welcome to the MIPS-ERPTM website

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Reduce your IT costs by getting involved with MIPS-ERP now to streamline your operation. Get programs that can easily be changed to do exactly what you want them to do. Deal directly with experienced programmers who work with these programs every day.

MIPS-ERP is being redeveloped as a web-based system and we are interested in partnering with people who want an affordable customised solution to a current business need.

In the early days of computers, the Manufacturer's Integrated Production System ( MIPS ) was developed to enable Melbourne businesses to computerise without extreme cost.

Many ERP software suppliers operate on this model:

You buy a software license.

They insist you buy an expensive server from them.

Your technical contact is with a salesman.

It is up to you to get the the software to work.

Highly paid consultants struggle to do this.

You must change your operation to fit the software.

You commit a lot of money with no guarantee.

This is how MIPS-ERP is marketed. If you use MIPS:

When happy,you buy a software license.

You save the cost of a new server.

Your technical contact can change the code.

Your technical contact wants your installation to run well.

Your technical contact does not charge consultancy rates.

Your technical contact customises the programs to fit your business.

The MIPS owners fund 2/3 of your customisation costs.

Partner with a supplier who can change any area of the software to do what you want it to do at a very fair price.

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