HVO signs software and services agreement with IBS

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Haywood Vocational Opportunities (HVO)a not-for-profit manufacturer and distributor of Medical Supplieshas signed a software and services agreement with IBS to install their world-leading Supply Chain Software suite, IBS Enterprise.

The new system will include distribution, inventory management, financials, warehouse management, contract pricing and industrial manufacturing.

Haywood is excited to move forward with IBS Enterprise. As we were going through the evaluation process, we were presented with other software systems that werent as consistently strong as IBS, states Robby Franklin, Distribution Director, Haywood Vocational Opportunities. IBS Enterprise will allow us to track and manage customer orders with faster turnaround and much better accuracy. We also loved the idea of a simple, robust infrastructure with the IBM System i. The other platforms that we were presented with from other vendors would have required us to add personnel to manage the databases and infrastructure which is something our organization wanted to avoid.

IBS is proud to partner with such a well-respected organization, comments Dan Wells, Vice-President, IBS North America. Not only does HVO do great things for the community, but they are also recognized for producing superior products for the medical supplies industry. We are committed to HVOs continued success.


About Haywood Vocational Opportunities

Haywood Vocational Opportunities is a private, not-for-profit corporation providing vocational training and employment to adults with disadvantages and disabilities. With more than 365 employees, HVO is celebrating thirty-five years of providing high quality medical products for customers locally, nationally and internationally. Haywood Vocational Opportunities, Inc. offers qualifying individuals in Haywood County, North Carolina opportunities to train and make informed choices as they strive to achieve their vocational goals.

 

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