An ERP system that helps boost your business efficiency.

About Priority ERP

Priority offers tailored systems that meet the requirements of its core vertical markets, including manufacturing, professional services, customer service, retail (including a built-in PoS, the critical link between the front and back office), healthcare, construction, automotive, agriculture and more. Further, Priority provides logistics companies with fully-integrated supply chain management to optimize logistics networks, manage transportation and warehousing operations, and provide other value-added services to their customers.

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Priority ERP Features

Priority’s system functionality covers all the fundamental elements of traditional ERP with primary modules, including:

  • Finance
  • Manufacturing, logistics
  • Human resources
  • Time and attendance
  • Business intelligence
  • Project management
  • Customer relationship management (CRM)

Priority is offered both as on-premise and cloud solutions, both of which deliver 100% system functionality, enabling users to access their data in real-time from mobile devices and tablets.

Priority ERP Pricing

The cost of Priority ERP starts at $100/user/month for the most minimal setup. The pricing model is per user per month based on implemented features and modules. There is no free trial available. There is no free version available.

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User Reviews of Priority ERP

Submitted on August 29th, 2015 by Michael

Priority ERP has a rare combination of ease of use, low learning curve, great power under the hood, and a low cost compared with most any other Tier 2 ERP solution out there.

The Good…

Ease to use and learn HTML5 user interface. Runs very fast on any browser even over the cloud with large databases. Full MS SQL and .Net solution with lots of companies worldwide using it. Been in use about 30 years, yet uses very modern technology.

The Bad…

Needs better use documentation for the deeper functions in the system, Standard Operating Procedure docs are good, but a User Operating Guide for all the functions would be better.