Businesses using Aras range from small start-ups to Fortune 500 companies with end users that are even more unique and diverse in their requirements for Aras. That’s why the flexibility and configurability of the Aras architecture is so important.
We talk a lot about the scalability of Aras and the ways it can facilitate the globalization of your company – like how an unlimited number of user languages can be simultaneously supported by a single system. But did you know you can even configure the Table of Contents?
In a recent blog post, Aras partner Crucis discussed how OOTB Aras can be too complex for small companies and end users, and how easy it is to configure Aras to meet every user’s unique needs. His point? “In a few short minutes an administrator can dramatically simplify the look of that same installation without affecting functionality.”
This is just one example of how Aras encourages users to customize, not compromise. How has your company configured Aras to meet your needs?