OR YEHUDA, Israel, July 30, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Magic Software Enterprises Ltd. ( NASDAQ: MGIC), a global provider of software platforms for enterprise mobility, cloud applications, and business integration, announced today that Magic implemented a cloud-based ERP project for System Advanced Laboratories (System Labs) using Magic xpa Application Platform to improve its quality processes. Magic developed the new ERP application for System Labs using Magic xpa's Rich Internet Application (RIA) capabilities. The project included installation and deployment of the application on a private cloud to enable employees around the country to access the application anytime, anywhere via the Internet. Designed to upgrade System Lab's construction quality testing processes, the applications automates all relevant work processes including concrete testing, management of quality standards, quality documentation, accounting, and customer billing. Terms of the project also include Magic Technical Support Services and versions upgrades for years to come. Because the application is deployed in the cloud, System Lab's field quality engineers can now update test results and access real-time information from the field. The RIA cloud deployment model increases the application's usability by providing a consistent and user-friendly interface across all access devices, reduces the need for complex on-premise computing infrastructures and enables remote access to real-time data from desktops, laptops, smartphones and tablets. "The new Magic-based ERP system provides immediate benefits of increased productivity, improved customer service and real-time business intelligence. This enabled us to create more efficient work processes across our branches and provide real-time data access and reporting," said Zahi Shaked, Director of Operations at System Advanced Laboratories. "It was also very important for us to minimize costs by running our ERP application using RIA technology. We chose Magic for their proven ability to provide the entire solution from application development to cloud deployment."