David achieves his ERP epiphany

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Following a UK-wide tour of SYSPRO customers, David finally understands what makes K3s ERP system the benchmark solution for successful companies.

His epic journey took him to Astute Electronics, Boss Design, Extract Technology, Power Adhesives and Trilogy Logistics each told him of their reasons for selecting SYSPRO ERP and how it had helped their business.

Over the last six months, David has learned how SYSPRO ERP is applicable to a wide range of environments and how it could solve his own companys issues. His vision is now clear and he understands how SYSPRO ERP integrates departmental processes, streamlines operations and provides a platform for future growth.

Following his tour David returns as a self-styled company saviour to share his discoveries with the board he has even learned how to pronounce ERP correctly! However, things have moved on since he set off on his quest; his company car has been replaced by a bicycle and the security codes have changed. What has happened during his absence?

All is revealed by visiting www.k3scs.com/thefactory .

Howard Joseph, Managing Director, K3 Business Technology Group says: These have been difficult times for the UK economy but weve tried to introduce a bit of fun into a serious message of how businesses can use SYSPRO ERP to operate more efficiently. Weve thoroughly enjoyed making the films which would not have been possible without the help of our customers Astute Electronics, Boss Design, Extract Technology, Power Adhesives and Trilogy Logistics. We are extremely grateful for their help and hope they have enjoyed their 15 minutes of fame. Companies are continuing to invest in computer systems, demonstrating the value that SYSPRO can bring to their operations and we look forward to working with existing and new clients through the economic recovery.

Other episodes of The Factory series can be found at: http://www.k3scs.com/thefactory

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