With over 29 years’ experience of delivering tangible, real world benefits to manufacturers across most business sectors, leading UK ERP author Exel Computer Systems plc provides an insight into the most important factors manufacturers are taking into consideration when deciding on their ERP investment.
McKenna is positive about its new investment and also the future. As Don Mckenna, McKenna’s Managing Director concludes, “It’s a drastic improvement over what we’ve had – now we have the ability to link the shop floor with the rest of the business. Being able to has forced us to do things in a better way and opened our minds to a bigger scope of what we can achieve.”
Exel Computer Systems plc. are proud to announce the signing of their latest VAR (Value Added Reseller). The latest signing to the VAR network will ensure that the leading technology and advanced integration offered by Exel’s EFACS ERP system is available to manufacturing companies across a large part of the USA.
The Annual EFACS User Group Meeting took place on Tuesday 15th October at Ardencote Manor Hotel, Warwickshire, with over 100 User Group members in attendance.
Exel has been listed in the East Midlands Top 100 fastest growing companies. 36.4% growth places Exel as second highest ranked software company.
Exel has announced a major business win with Britannia Living Ltd, a leading distributor of premium kitchen appliances in the UK.
People are increasingly using EFACS E/8 more effectively and have benefited from it being tailored very specifically for their own work purposes. Processes have not had to be compromised in order to fit around the system – instead they have been able to be refined and improved upon because of EFACS E/8. And when it comes to data, Govier simply says, “All present and correct.”
“We simply wouldn’t have been able to grow without implementing EFACS E/8. Both the software and Exel as a supplier are sufficiently flexible to allow the system to be a usable tool wherever we have needed to use it. It’s a long term investment and we have every confidence in its scalability and ability to continue to grow with us as our business grows. If we double in size, will EFACS E/8 be good for that? Without a doubt.”
Exel continues to support youth development in the local area and are proud to do so through sponsorship of the West Bridgford Pumas under 18’s youth football club.
The Annual EFACS User Group Meeting took place on Tuesday 30th October at Ardencote Manor Hotel, Warwickshire.
Exel customer and User Group member Forest Laboratories Ltd kindly hosted a Special Interest Group (SIG) Meeting at their site on Tuesday 14th August 2012.
The popular event was organised to provide an opportunity for customers from different industries to gain an understanding as to how another customer uses the system and see in action the real world application of specific EFACS E/8 modules.
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.
“With EFACS we have the best of both worlds. It is flexible enough to fit around the way we need to run our business BUT with its wide ranging functionality, it has also enabled us to change various ways of working in order to take advantage of the potential the system as a whole offers.”
Exel Computer Systems plc are pleased to release our Spring 2012 Newsletter, containing information and news on our ERP, Mobile CRM and Field Service business systems.
Exel Computer Systems will be demonstrating their fully integrated business solutions, on Stand B46 at the Business 2012 exhibition from 18th-20th March at The O2, London.
Exel Computer Systems further cemented its association with Oracle by a successful attendance and participation at the UK Oracle User Group Conference (UKOUG).
Exel are encouraged by the positive response to its Eagle Scheduling Board at the Service Management Expo held at the Birmingham NEC on 20th-21st September 2011.
Exel Computer Systems plc, are pleased to announce that it has extended its CRM functionality to provide further technological advances and developments.
Exel Computer Systems, provider of ERP business solutions, has announced that Cubewano, designer and manufacturer of high power to weight ratio internal combustion engines, has selected EFACS E/8 to manage its manufacturing process and support the company’s growth.
Exel Computer Systems plc has announced that it is extending its expertise into the area of Sales Force automation, by launching the Eagle Sales Force solution.
Exel Computer Systems are pleased to announce that Harlow Group have successfully upgraded to EFACS E/8.
Exel release a revised EFACS Brochure, containing product and module information on our ERP and Field Service business systems.
Long term EFACS customer Mini Gears has successfully upgraded to the latest version of EFACS to increase competitive advantage and capitalise on the Document Management and Workflow capabilities.
The Quality module within EFACS allows users to record and drive incidents and quality concerns within their organisation. Use of management stages allows recording and tracking of actions and communications throughout the life-cycle concerned.
Exel Computer Systems celebrates 25 years as a UK ERP software author.
Exel Computer Systems extends proven ERP capabilities to larger corporate businesses with seamless Oracle integration.
In the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s recent Budget statement increased Capital Allowances (CAs) were announced, uplifting rates from the existing 20% to 40% in the first year.
Exel Computer Systems are pleased to announce that EFACS is now available on an Oracle and Linux platform.
The paperwork, administration and regulatory compliance involved in shipments of hazardous goods is not only time consuming, tedious and repetitive, it is also prone to manual mistakes. The EFACS Hazardous Goods module simplifies and controls all aspects of a company’s transactions that include hazardous or dangerous goods.
Shopfloor data is increasingly being recognised as key to everything from continuous improvement to business agility. Paul Dyer, MD at Dyer Engineering talks to Works Management