EFACS Customers to Benefit from New Government Training Initiative

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Training Grants available from Train to Gain scheme.

Exel Computer Systems, UK-based author and developer of the EFACS ERP system, is encouraging Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs) to take advantage of new funding available for training covering between 50% to 100% of the

overall cost. This would apply not only to existing EFACS customers but also to new potential users, which could make the difference for some SMEs looking to invest in a fully integrated ERP system during the current economic climate.

The 350 million scheme entitled "Train to Gain" was announced by Skills Secretary John Denham as a new package of support to help small businesses get through the tougher economic climate by building the skills and expertise of their workers. It will deliver funding for training, with the minimum level of bureaucracy or delay.

John Denham said: "Small businesses are an important engine of our economy and we must make sure that we support them during tough economic times. We are overhauling the training system to make sure that they can get help with

training their staff with the very minimum of bureaucracy. We know that firms which invest in skills do better than those that don't, which is why we will be urging small businesses to take up this offer from Government."

To be eligible, customers need to be private sector SMEs with up to 250 employees and register for the scheme. If accepted, Exel would provide the relevant training in business critical areas which include business improvement techniques,

business systems/processes review, and training on new or existing EFACS modules. The customer will then be able to claim back a percentage of the costs from the scheme. In recent cases this has been up to 60% of the costs of the training.

Further information about "Train to Gain" can be found online at:  http://www.traintogain.gov.uk while customers wanting specific advice about how to make best use of this training in the use of EFACS should contact Exel Computer Systems directly.

About Exel Computer Systems

UK based Exel Computer Systems has over 20 years experience of developing integrated business solutions to an increasingly diverse customer base, across a number of industries worldwide.

EFACSE/8 is a browser based, platform and database independent, fully integrated ERP solution with multiple language capabilities. Its unique Variable Component Architecture, broad standard functionality, and rich Development Environment provides a precise fit to the requirements of discrete manufacturers, from SMEs to large Tier 1 companies.

Exel has over 650 implementations worldwide and thousands of users, including a number of the world's best known companies.

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