The strategic alliance: Anthesis and BEC (Systems Integration) Ltd. create synergy for ERP clients

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Anthesis has announced its partnership with BEC (Systems Integration) Ltd as part of its commitment to helping its customers maximise the ROI from their ERP Software. Anthesis, the UK Infor Service Partner, delivers software sales, solutions and consultancy services to help companies enhance their IFS or Infor M3 (formerly Movex) application at any point in its lifecycle, from design and implementation through to support and maintenance. Now as part of the Anthesis service, customers can benefit from the innovative solutions provided by BEC as part of that service.

Charles Noden, Director at Anthesis explains: "We have always admired the 'BEC solution' and the commitment it provides to each and every one of its customers. It's not very often that two companies with a similar heritage can form a relationship to the benefit of their customers. Anthesis prides itself on delivering world class solutions, and our partnership with BEC further demonstrates our commitment to bringing unique and trusted offerings to our customers across Europe."

BEC provides a range of software solutions under its eSmart software brand, all of which are designed to deliver improved accuracy and productivity within client operations. Solutions are seamlessly integrated into a range of host ERP systems and leverage the power of ERP, augmenting this further by the innovative use of the very latest in voice and data capture technology, directly at the point of activity.  Like Anthesis, BEC is a fully authorised channel partner of Infor, and able to supply and implement the Infor M3 ERP Enterprise Software suite where a comprehensive business solution is required.

Andrew Briggs, Technical Director at BEC, concludes: "The clear synergy of both organisations has long been apparent, and now as a result of this solid, collaborative partnership, Anthesis customers can realise additional benefits from the range of solutions that we offer."

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