IT solution provider Prodware has signed a global distribution agreement with software company Preactor. Prodware is an already well-established expert vendor, integrator and host of IT solutions for businesses in the EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) zone, providing high-quality business solutions and applications for a range of industries. Preactor is a close fit with Prodware's business model, being a worldwide leader in providing planning and scheduling solutions for all types of industries.
This agreement allows Prodware to strengthen its portfolio of business solutions for small- and mid-size companies, as well as subsidiaries of larger international firms. The Preactor IT scheduling software strongly complements Prodware's existing offering of solutions, which includes ERP Microsoft Dynamics AX and SAGE ERP X3.
Yann Rambaud, Marketing Director at Prodware, said: "The planning and scheduling solutions from Preactor perfectly complement our ERP solutions for businesses. It is essential for businesses to improve planning in order to make fully-informed manufacturing decisions, improve productivity and reduce their stock of raw materials and components. In a tough economic climate, it is important for our customers to be able to reduce the time it takes for work in progress and each production phase, and also improve reliability while meeting customer deadlines."
Valérie Goulevitch, Marketing Director at Preactor, said: "We are delighted about this long-term agreement with Prodware. "More than 4,000 customers in over 75 countries already rely on Preactor's solutions, which are available in 30 different languages. This global solution meets the requirements of businesses perfectly: recognised solutions in planning and scheduling, as well as a demand for excellence in industrial and operational performance. Prodware is a major player in the implementation of ERP solutions, and the association between our two groups will enable our customers to benefit from a unique solution, maximising the value of their ERP systems."