Over the years Orisoft has successfully invested in building and maintaining alliances with numerous organizations. The trusted relationships we have with these partners are key factors that enable us to provide high quality products and support services.
Orisoft is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner since 2008 with gold competency in ISV. This relationship is unique in that both companies firmly believe that customers can greatly boost their productivity by working with user-friendly integrated solutions. Orisoft unifiedHCMS solutions are built both with and upon Microsoft platforms.
Oracle and Orisoft have formed an Independent software vendor (ISV) partnership agreement which is focused on offering bundled database licenses with Orisoft's unifedHCM solution. Orisoft solutions existing and new customers can now purchase Oracle database licenses directly from Orisoft at very attractive rates when the Oracle database is used specifically with one of Orisoft's products. The benefits to our customers include cost effective "bundled" offerings in addition to exceptional single point of contact support through Orisoft. If you are in the process of upgrading or implementing the Orisoft solution, and require further Oracle database usage licenses, we would encourage you to contact your Orisoft account representative for further details and licensing options that can be extended to your organization.
Sybase EAServer fully supports all the Web services standards and enables enterprises to rapidly expose business functions as Web services, which is exactly where Orisoft built our applications on - web-based platforms. EAServer also provides a graphical interface to automate the publication and management of your company’s Web services. Today, EAServer supports EJB and Java/CORBA components, CICS integrator, and database stored procedures. These stored procedures can be from all Sybase’s databases including ASE, SQL Anywhere, and IQ; in addition, they will support IBM, Oracle, and Microsoft. EAServer can also support iAnywhere messaging services, enabling the developer to expose these components as Web services.