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Preactor International, the worlds leading specialist planning and scheduling Software Company, announces a major business European initiative in Spain and Portugal to expand its operations in southern Europe. Unlike many competitors which have reduced their activities in these countries during 2009, Preactor experienced growing demand for its solutions.
Valerie Goulevitch is Marketing Director for Preactor International and explains why 2010 is expected to be a year of recovery and opportunity for this region. Many countries across Europe have already begun to recover, albeit slowly, from the worst of the recession. We are seeing strong demand from manufacturers in these countries for planning and scheduling solutions that enable them to respond to client demands with decreased lead times while maximising resources and capacity.
She continues, Even if the current indicators of unemployment and GDP are not yet overly favourable in Spain, it is inconceivable that Spain will not follow the rest of Europe into recovery. The ability to increase production to meet growing customer demand while maintaining complete accuracy over delivery dates is beyond the capabilities of most older systems, especially for companies that still rely on Exel spreadsheets for their planning and scheduling. It is a time of genuine competitive advantage for companies that manage the recovery well and with a comprehensive family of solutions, Preactor is best placed to offer manufacturers in Spain and Portugal the functionality and control they need to achieve this.
Preactor International will be demonstrating its solutions at the 32nd Logistics Conference organised by the Centro Espanol de Logistica (CEL), held in Madrid on March 1-2, 2010.
Preactor International will also be present at the Planning and Scheduling Conference organized by CEL on May 13th, 2010 in Madrid along with many other experts, manufacturers and publishers.