There’s an App for that? New Startup Announces Bring Your Own ERP (BYOERP) App;-)

Useless Software based in Whoville, Ohio is looking to control the burgeoning Bring Your Own ERP (BYOERP) marketplace by releasing its new CHAOS-i ERP software for iPhones, iPADs, Android devices, Windows servers, Atari 2600 consoles, and the Simon memory game.

CHAOS-i ERP is the latest entry in the already crowded Totally Removed from Reality (TRR) software sub-category. It totally revolutionizes ERP by allowing anyone, anywhere, with any device that they’re paying their own monthly fees for, to process company orders, eliminating the need for central databases, applications, or printers. The software eliminates the need for any kind of coordination or common sense between two or more people in filling customer needs.

It does its business by allowing you to do your business.

The software is being released today, April 1, 2012. It is expected to be recalled tomorrow, April 2, 2012.

The company is also launching a new campaign featuring Muppet star Swedish Chef, using the tag line “Chaos-i: Yurnsy, Blurnsy, Jurnsy, Ernsy.”

Happ April Fools Day.

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