Sanderson customers celebrate more wins at Today's Group Awards​

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Sanderson would like to congratulate its award-winning customers who have been acknowledged for their achievements at the Today's Group Awards Dinner 2016. These awards recognise the contribution and overall performance of the Today's Group wholesale members.

Two Sanderson customers won recognition for their outstanding work and commitment. Longstanding customer Savage & Whitten, won the Retail Operator of the Year award.

Mark Windebank, Chairman of The Today's Group and Managing Director for Savage & Whitten, presented the award to his colleague, Michael Skelton, Business Development Manager. Also celebrating on the night was discount wholesaler SOS Wholesale who were highly commended as a Rising Star.

Both customers have the specialist wholesale IT system from Sanderson. Swords, the single integrated system is used by more than 120 wholesale and cash & carry businesses to improve warehouse efficiencies and support business expansion. The wholesale solution is functionally rich and is renowned for its capability to improve productivity, stock control and visibility of operations, whilst increasing sales and profitability.

The latest developments to the wholesale solution include the new Electronic Proof of Delivery (ePOD), which cuts costly errors with checked and signed for deliveries and the latest web ordering system which has been designed to increase customer convenience and boost sales.

Jackie Taylor, Sales Director for Wholesale Distribution at Sanderson, commented: "It's a great pleasure to see our customers receiving acknowledgement at this prestigious event for their dedication and hard-work. Our specialist wholesale solution is chosen by a growing number of wholesalers of all sizes to increase sales, control costs and streamline processes. We are very happy to support our award-winning customers with not only our wholesale solution, but also our team of specialists with renowned skills, experience and knowledge of the sector."

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