|08-07-2007 12:27 PM CET - IT, New Media & Software||
Uniquely Flexible Wine Importers Choose Uniquely Flexible ERP
Press release from: De Facto Software
Stevens Garnier choose de Facto S5 Business Software
After a number of years of rapid development, Stevens Garnier needed new business Software which could cope with their dynamic growth and diversification. Stevens Garnier is a uniquely flexible Wine Importer and Supplier. They are able to supply all requirements to all sectors of the market - from a single bottle to 10,000 bottles. De Facto Software's S5 Accounting and ERP solution is also uniquely flexible, providing all the features needed for the Wine and Drinks sector, within a standard package.
De Facto Software will implement their core Financials, Logistics and CRM modules for Stevens Garnier ready for mid September 2007, in time for their busy pre-Christmas seasonal period.
Mark Prince, Managing Director of De Facto Software said: "We believe no other Accounting and ERP solution provides such a rich set of features in such a cost effective package". He continued: "De Facto S5 will enable Stevens Garnier to continue to grow for years to come, with increased efficiency, information transparency and complete business systems integration".
De Facto Software
Contact: Ian Tiley-Nunn Tel. 01473 417 200
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About De Facto Software
De Facto Software has extensive experience in delivering Accounting and ERP solutions. They specialise in the needs of the Wine and Drinks trade and related market places.
Based in Ipswich, they deliver business driven ERP systems throughout the UK. The solution encompasses Financials, Logistics, CRM, Costings, Production, WMS, Business Intelligence and eServices in one powerful integrated package.
About Stevens Garnier
Stevens Garnier are independent Wine Shippers based in Oxford. The Company was founded in 1976, and has developed into one of the UK's leading and most dynamic importers of wines from around the world.
The Stevens Garnier portfolio includes wines from Chile, Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Canada, Spain and Portugal, as well as from an important selection of French Producers.
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