Psion partners with BCP to bring leading Accord voice directed warehouse management system to wider audience

Psion has announced that BCP (Business Computer Projects Ltd) has joined its UK Partner Programme as a Gold Partner. Working together, Psion and BCP will offer flexible, cost effective warehouse management solutions to customers across a broad range of industry sectors, ranging from food and drink, pet supplies and veterinary products to fragrances, tools, homewares and gifts.


BCP is a UK software house specialising in supply chain solutions and Voice-directed warehouse management systems and has been at the forefront of introducing Voice technology to the UK warehousing sector.

With companies across the board struggling more than ever to streamline operations and increase efficiency in order to survive difficult economic times the need for technology solutions which can improve productivity and accuracy, cut costs, increase sales and deliver a fast return on investment becomes ever greater. The new partnership between Psion and BCP leverages the strengths of both parties to deliver the best warehouse management and mobility solutions in the most cost effective way.

Paul Westmoreland, Psions UK Managing Director, said: "We're delighted that BCP has joined our ever-growing network of UK business partners. Psion has a long history of working with highly innovative companies in our market and BCP is a great example of a company that shares our open innovation vision and mission and sees the opportunities that can be generated by our unique way of competing in the marketplace."

Peter Shield, Managing Director, BCP: Were very excited about working with Psion and the advantages our partnership will bring to new and existing clients. Psion has a strong pedigree and a business ethos which mirrors our own. Together, I believe, well be a formidable force in delivering powerful, innovative solutions that will not only meet clients present needs, but will also stand the test of time.

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