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ERP in a post-Brexit economy

Future-proofing manufacturers for life outside of the European Union is key to the UK’s industrial fortunes, writes Rue Dilhe, Managing Director at Exel

EFACS E/8 adapts to the world of hazardous chemicals

Vickers Laboratories discuss their business processes, the need to conform to strict guidelines for manufacturers using hazardous goods and how the EFACS E/8 ERP solution is able to manage these requirements whilst keeping them competitive in their market.

ERP: Find a partner, not a product

How do you choose an ERP system? Once upon a time, the process was fairly straightforward. Start by working out your requirements; compare those requirements with ERP vendors’ offerings; draw up a shortlist; review the shortlist in detail—and voilà!—make your choice. Exel suggest it’s time for a re-think.

Ready, steady, cook

Time: the key ingredient in the recipe for successful food manufacturing.

Engineering excellence

Manufacturing & Logistics IT speak with President Engineering Group Ltd. about the Group's major expansion over the past few years, and the IT backbone that supports business growth.

Webro connects with EFACS E/8

Webro discuss the reasons behind their selection of Exel’s EFACS E/8 and the benefits gained so far, such as the increased visibility and access to information, as well as improved stock control due to real-time stock level visibility.

Field Service News Podcast: Does size matter?

The latest edition of the Field Service News podcast. Simon Spriggs of Exel Computer systems looks at the biggest challenges for large field service companies, what lessons smaller companies can learn from their larger counterparts and why the HVAC industry is leading the way in many aspects of field service.

ERP in the aerospace sector

Aerospace manufacturers have long relied on this expertise and here Exel shares the most important factors these companies are taking into consideration when deciding on their ERP investment.

Exel celebrates 30 years in manufacturing tech

Exel Computer Systems plc, the UK-based author and developer of EFACS E/8 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system, has announced a landmark achievement of 30 years’ success in delivering IT solutions for the manufacturing sector.

Service with a smile

For a manufacturer, selling services alongside physical products can be an untapped opportunity, says Rue Dilhe, of Exel Computer Systems.

EFACS E/8 provides group wide visibility

President Engineering Group Ltd (PEGL) discuss how Exel’s EFACS 8.2 aids them to handle every part of day-to-day business.

Brave new world

Remember 1985? For one company in particular, it's a year with a special resonance, says Jonathan Orme of Exel Computer Systems.

HV Wooding enjoy ongoing success with Exel EFACS E/8

Founded in 1968 in a small shop in Lyminge, HV Wooding has grown to become one of the UK's leading manufacturers of precision engineered components and assemblies serving customers including Rolls Royce, Honeywell, Schneider Electric and ABB for over 30 years.

How do large Field Service companies gain competitive advantage?

Published by UK service management software and ERP provider Exel Computer Systems this white paper looks at some of the challenges that companies can face as their mobile workforce grows to significant size.

The factory floor’s handheld future

Mobile devices are transforming the art of the possible, says Jonathan Orme of Exel Computer Systems.

ERP - what should you be looking for?

Exel Computer Systems plc provides an insight into the most important factors manufacturers are taking into consideration when deciding on their ERP investment.

Exel celebrates 30 years of innovation!

Exel Computer Systems plc, the UK-based author and developer of EFACS E/8 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system, today announced a landmark achievement of 30 years’ success in delivering innovative IT solutions for the manufacturing sector.

Why you should consider a fully integrated solution

The paper explores exactly why fully integrated solutions can now be seen as the only effective way forward for those companies who are aspiring to achieve best in class levels of service.

How to make the change

Rob Brown and Mike Grimshaw of Vickers Laboratories share a case study in the implementation of a business IT system.

All-in-one

A totally integrated system across the business will not only enhance your service management operations, but will also deliver vital extra revenue-earning opportunities, says Simon Spriggs of Exel Computer Systems.