Syscom PLC – a decade as a Microsoft Gold ERP Partner

When Microsoft Gold Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) competency is achieved, you are demonstrating greater value to your customers by executing best-in-class capabilities that have undergone rigorous and auditable approval processes.  For more than 10 years Syscom PLC has continuously exceeded this level of competency and reports that it is proud of what their customers are saying.

"We are pleased to confirm that we have secured our Microsoft Gold ERP Partner status for another year", said Keith Pittaway, Senior Business Consultant for Syscom.  "When others fail to meet this highly stringent standard, it reflects Syscoms expertise and business focus in manufacturing". He continued "It also enhances our ability to serve customers and work with them to reach full potential and exceed their goals". To add to their achievements, Syscom has also recently been awarded a further ISO 9001 accreditation.

Syscom are independent, privately owned and in 2014 celebrate 40 successful years of continuous business. They have been working closely with UK manufacturing companies resolving both common and complex issues within their business such as:

  • Too little or too much stock and no means of visualising what stock exposure there is.
  • Inefficient production and capacity planning.
  • Duplication of effort.
  • Minimal information and lack of communication.

The ONS has said that in annual terms, industrial output in the UK grew at its fastest pace since January 2011, rising 3.2%.  Businesses are generally becoming more confident about the recovery and are hiring more staff to keep up with growing orders.  It has been reported that UK manufacturers are more optimistic about the next 6 – 12 months and have one eye on the longer-term picture. This proves that now is the time to start planning to invest in new technologies. Talk to one of Syscoms experienced Business Consultants - start planning for growth and stability of your company in 2014.


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