Compare Pronto Xi and Solidworks - Dec 2022

Shlomi LaviShlomi Lavi / Dec 09, 2022

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Bottom Line: Which is Better - Pronto Xi or Solidworks?

Pronto Xi is more expensive to implement (TCO) than Solidworks, and Solidworks is rated higher (92/100) than Pronto Xi (82/100). Solidworks offers users more features (15) than Pronto Xi (9). There is a clear winner in this case and it is Solidworks!

Looking for the right ERP solution for your business? Buyers are primarily concerned about the real total cost of implementation (TCO), the full list of features, vendor reliability, user reviews, and the pros and cons. In this article we compare between the two software products:

Pronto Software Vs. IQMS

Pronto Software: Pronto Software provides proven ERP solutions servicing a wide range of industries. Working with our customers around the world, we have acquired strong industry expertise. This means that we understand your business and have ready-made solutions that are easy to use and fast to implement.

IQMS: IQMS is a people company. Focused on quality, relationships and results, IQMS makes an on-going commitment to its manufacturing ERP software and customers so they can experience greater operational efficiency, leaner production and higher profits. Structured on accountability, IQMS’ combined manufacturing software, MES software and ERP software wil...

Who is more expensive? Pronto Xi or EnterpriseIQ?

The real total cost of ownership (TCO) of ERP software includes the software license, subscription fees, software training, customizations, hardware (if needed), maintenance and support and other related services. When calculating the TCO, it's important to add all of these ”hidden costs” as well. We prepared a TCO (Total Cost) calculator for Pronto Xi and EnterpriseIQ.

Pronto Xi accurate pricing info is available upon request (they don't share it publicly), however , On a scale between 1 to 10 Pronto Xi is rated 8, which is higher than the average cost of ERP software. EnterpriseIQ accurate pricing info is available upon request (they don't share it publicly), however , On a scale between 1 to 10 Pronto Xi is rated 8, which is higher than the average cost of ERP software.

Bottom line: Pronto Xi is more expensive than EnterpriseIQ.

Which software includes more/better features?

We've compared Pronto Xi Vs. Solidworks based on some of the most important and required ERP features.

Pronto Xi: Accounting Module, Business Intelligence Module, CRM Module, Human Resources Module, Inventory Management Module, Manufacturing Module, Procurement Module, Project Management Module.

EnterpriseIQ: Advanced Shipment Notification, Inventory Management, Order Processing Management, Supply Chain Analytics, Supply Chain Monitoring.

Target customer size

Pronto Xi is a cross industry solution that can be used in diverse sectors that include automotive, manufacturing, oil & gas, utilities, construction and services. Solidworks has been designed specifically for the manufacturing industry and includes sectors such as Aerospace & Defence, Automotive & Assembly manufacturing, General manufacturing, as well as Medical manufacturing to name a few.

Pronto Xi

ITQlick rating
(3.5/5)

Pronto Xi provides an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution. The product includes Financials, Distribution, Sales & Marketing, Supply Chain Management, Manufacturing and Asset & Facility Management. Pr...

Categories: Data Analysis Tools, CRM, Enterprise Resource Planning, HR Analytics.

Solidworks

ITQlick rating
(4.4/5)

Enterprise IQ/IQMS MES is cloud-based integrated Enterprise Resource Planning and manufacturing execution solution designed for manufacturing environment in small, medium size and large businesses across multip...

Categories: Product Lifecycle Management, ERP, BI Module, Cloud ERP, Customer Management Module.

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Pronto Xi: 9 Features

Accounting Module
Business Intelligence Module
CRM Module
Human Resources Module
Inventory Management Module
Manufacturing Module
Procurement Module
Project Management Module
Supply Chain Management Module

EnterpriseIQ: 15 Features

Advanced Shipment Notification
Inventory Management
Order Processing Management
Supply Chain Analytics
Supply Chain Monitoring
Supply Chain Planning
Accounting Module
Business Intelligence Module
CRM Module
Human Resources Module
Inventory Management Module
Manufacturing Module
Procurement Module
Project Management Module
Supply Chain Management Module
ITQlick rating ITQlick Rating is based on the software score (below) and aggregated online reviews
ITQlick score ITQlick Score is a 1 to 100, the calculation is based on pricing, and functionality Vs. alternative solutions
Pricing score pricing Score is a 1 to 10 (10 is high cost), based on the TCO (cost of licences, customizations, training, hardware when relevant) Vs. alternative solutions
License pricing license pricing (if provided by the software vendor)
Functionality score
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Pronto X...
ITQlick rating
3.5/5
Score
82/100
Pricing
8/10
License pricing
Pricing not available
Functionality
19
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Solidwor...
ITQlick rating
4.4/5
Score
92/100
Pricing
3.8/10
License pricing
Pricing not available
Functionality
39
SAP ERP
ITQlick rating
4/5
Score
97/100
Pricing
10/10
License pricing
$108 per user/month
Functionality
44
NetSuite...
ITQlick rating
3.8/5
Score
93/100
Pricing
4.6/10
License pricing
$999 per month
Functionality
18
Global S...
ITQlick rating
4.2/5
Score
93/100
Pricing
4.6/10
License pricing
Pricing not available
Functionality
67

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Shlomi Lavi is an entrepreneur and founder of ITQlick.com. He holds a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Information Systems Engineering from Ben Gurion University in Israel. Shlomi brings 17 years of global IT and IS management experience as a consultant and implementation expert for small, medium and large-sized (global) companies. Shlomi’s goal is to share the best knowledge and news about information systems so you can make smarter buying decisions for your business.