Dimark signs up for BCP's Accord

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Supply chain software specialist BCP (Business Computer Projects Ltd) continues to grow its client portfolio with the addition of new client Dimark who is investing in a 13 user Accord solution to support its growing cash & carry and delivered trade businesses.

Founded in North London in 2003, Dimark who also operate a cash & carry business under the name Garden Foods - are the UK's largest importer and distributor of Polish and Eastern European food and drink products. A rapidly expanding company with a continually widening global product range, Dimark were listed at number 50 in the Sunday Times Fast Track 100 in 2009 and at number 30 on the Real Business Hot 100 in 2010.

BCP is one of the UK's top suppliers of specialist supply chain software to the food and drink wholesale industry.  Clients include BWG, Musgrave, SPAR, T Quality and ADM Londis.

Dimark were looking to replace separate systems running their two businesses with a single solution able to manage both operations on a single platform. Critical requirements were for a fully integrated, user-friendly, robust system to support both businesses who share the same stock location, with flexible pricing features to cope with the price sensitive nature of the market and the ability to scale up as the company grows.

BCP beat off strong competition, particularly from other suppliers to win the contract.

The company opted for BCP's complete Accord software solution, including Purchasing, Sales Order Management, Stock Control, Telesales and Financial Accounting which will give it a fully integrated system covering all aspects of the business.  The full system is due to go live over the course of the next few weeks.

Ibrahim Yucesoy who headed the selection process at Dimark:  "We looked at a range of solutions available in the market place, but Accord outshone other offerings in terms of functionality and flexibility and BCP showed a very clear understanding of our market sector and business requirements.  We're keen to go live as soon as possible so we can start to take advantage of Accord's outstanding functionality."


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