30.10.2017

Cyprus International University Students has Met with Login Software

Login Software and the Industrial Engineering Platform that came together with the slogan 'There will be no students left who graduate before seeing ERP software!', held the 7th EnERP events in Cyprus, on Wednesday May 24th, 2017. The EnERP-7 meeting hosted by the Cyprus International University, which symbolizes the modern face of the island of Cyprus that is the historical and cultural center of the Mediterranean, was organized by the Industrial Engineering student, İsmet Berkant Bora.

Login Software that has focused on producing innovative and customized corporate business solutions since 1989 and is recognized for its strong, experienced and competent staff trained by Login Software itself as a Turkish company, has always stood by its customers by serving with a principle of full responsibility and through its customer-focused approaches. The company continues to meet with students who make up the future of our country, while also keeping up with the dynamic pace of the business world.

Cyprus International University, which specializes in certain areas and places importance in innovation, is a center that has students from all around the world and publishes numerous academic articles, is at the forefront of social responsibility projects and comes up with proposals for the society.  Levent Sılay, Login Software Business Development Manager, and Ahmet Savaş Göktürk, Business Solutions Manager, participated in the event that was held in Cyprus International University, which aims to become a university that will get all the above-mentioned issues implemented worldwide and in the society. Levent Sılayshared his experiences of the business world with the students and relayed all the details that were of concern about the technical and architectural infrastructure of the ERP systems to the students. Ahmet Savaş Göktürk, on the other hand, shared the work flow of an order, from sale through to production with the students by performing the related transactions on the Login ERP software on the spot. The order in question had a product tree with 16 variables and 95 levels and consisted of a bed, a nightstand, a 2-door wardrobe, a make-up desk, and a work desk.