[photopress:shipping_on_the_Yangtze.jpg,full,alignright]The China Changjiang Ship Management Bureau uses GraphOn’s GO-Global software for remote, Web-enabled access to the Windows-based Kingdee K/3 enterprise resource planning (ERP) application.
The China Changjiang Ship Management Bureau is the government department that manages shipping on China’s busy Yangtze river, also known as the Changjiang.
Johnman Chang, VP of Sales for Kouton Technology, GraphOn’s distributor in China, said, ‘The bureau needed a simple, low-cost solution that would allow them to run Kingdee K/3 on their central servers and then access the application from remote locations using a standard Web browser.’
GO-Global allows access to Windows, UNIX and Linux applications from any authorized location, platform and OS. Users access the application via a standard Web browser or a native thin client. (That is a bit of IT speak. A thin client is not someone who is not eating his rice every day. It is a small computer being used as a terminal.)
The Yangtze is one of the world’s busiest waterways for international shipping and plays an increasingly crucial role in China’s economic growth.
Source: Business Wire
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