The firm’s flagship product, the Neptune Application Designer (NAD) is widely used by developers to make any SAP functionality seamlessly available in user-friendly interfaces across smartphones, tablets, and desktops. “Arming developers with intuitive tools will free them to focus on the development process rather than figuring out a complex UI,” adds Stabell. With its intuitive drag-and-drop design, the solution helps developers structure HTML5 applications based on SAP Fiori UX and SAPUI5 directly in their SAPGUI and use the standard SAP transport system for version control. Further, the use of SAP ABAP maximizes the customer’s existing SAP investments by eliminating servers, middleware, and associated integration set-up.
Neptune Software also offers classroom training for NAD along with Neptune Application Management and Neptune Application Catalogue. “Conducted at the comfort of clients’ premises, these training sessions can be tailored to suit their needs,” says Stabell. In addition, the company also provides SAP-based templates for Human Resources, payroll and workflow applications, and logistics-oriented applications for warehouse management. “Being one of the few companies that cater to the developer demographic, we maintain our edge by ensuring solutions delivered are of superior quality,” affirms Stabell.
Our cost effective solution helps companies with the complex task of going mobile without shelling out for a new infrastructure
Neptune’s ability to meet such taxing client-needs lies in the experience of their team. “All our core developers and systems architects are ex-SAP consultants,” says Stabell. “Maintaining a robust team of employees help build trust and dependability with our clients and this reflects on our solutions as well,” and adds “Our solutions are developed after meticulous assessment of our client-feedback,” says Stabell. Having such a system of strict self-evaluation also helps building value and product quality over the years.
For the road ahead, Neptune is investing heavily in upgrading its offerings. “In a field with volatile competition, remaining stationary is a luxury that we can do without,” asserts Stabell. Geographical expansions are also on the cards for the company as it gears up to open its new office in Shanghai.