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Press Releases from MACS Software Ltd. (8 total)

MACS Software moves into the Turkish market

MACS Software, one of the UK’s leading international suppliers of Warehouse Management Software, has appointed Piramit Bilgisayar Elektronik as its distributor in Istanbul to supply the buoyant Turkish market. Turkey is recognised as one of the world’s fastest growing economies with good opportunities for WMS technology to support the country’s booming consumer and export markets. Tony Liddar, Managing Director of MACS Software, explained what he was looking

MACS warehouse management system delivers high-efficiency while retaining small …

Mini Clipper Logistics has risen from its humble beginnings as a one man and a van operation in 1971 to an 8.5 million pound company operating a fleet of 30 trucks from its headquarters in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire. Founding Director Mick Masters, now retired, has handed over the running of the company to son Peter and the firm remains very much a 2nd generation family business. The company has

Making the most of e-commerce

Experience counts when planning e-commerce for 3PL. MACS Software has provided WMS systems for 21 years and has been involved in e-commerce right from the start. Here, Tony Liddar, the company’s managing director, comments on the ways in which software providers should be helping their 3PL clients compete in an increasingly competitive world. In recent years the 3PL sector has undergone fundamental changes resulting from the increasing power and capability

MACS appoints Strategy 3C as its distributor in Australia

MACS Software, one of the UK’s leading international suppliers of software for warehousing, distribution and manufacturing, has appointed Strategy 3C as its distributor in Australia to expand its global network. Strategy 3C was set up two years ago to provide cost-effective supply chain technology with its main focus in food manufacturing, distribution and logistics. “The MACS wms software provides a scalable option that can be configured to various industries,” said Peter Wijeyaratne

MACS Software adds e-customs® for bonded stores

MACS Software, provider of industry leading warehouse management software is partnering with e-customs®, the UK’s leading web-based custom clearance consultancy, to create a best of breed integrated solution for warehouse management and customs clearance. The addition of e-customs® products such as Webware for dry goods and Wetware for excise goods – e.g. alcoholic drinks - into the MACS Software products portfolio will allow MACS’ customers to manage bonded stores using

Client List Page MACS Software support team restores medical warehouse to full o …

Warehouse management software provider MACS is one of the UK’s leading suppliers of standard and bespoke WMS in the United Kingdom and since its formation in 1990 it has also become well established in countries across the globe. Working internationally however presents a whole range of challenges for MACS’ implementation team, especially in developing countries where poor infrastructure, cultural differences and politics have to be carefully considered. “It’s important to get as

Basic planning for a better project

MACS Software is a leading provider of warehouse management software in the UK. Every project it undertakes has challenges along the way … they are inevitable. But by planning well it is possible for warehouse operators to smooth the way towards a successful outcome. Here, Richard Miller, Implementation Director for MACS Software explains the importance of the basics. Getting the brief right A bad brief usually means a bad

MACS Software to offer locally-hosted, browser-based warehouse management softwa …

MACS Software is about to launch a new software platform for both Microsoft® and Apple Mac systems that offers a rich internet application for their warehouse management customers. When released later this year, the new system will provide global access and greater flexibility for all warehouse operators using MACS software. The new system will also allow the company’s customers to migrate to a cloud-based system in the future