IT provider offers new software to support manufacturing

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Phil Denham

Manufacturing companies are being offered a revolutionary opportunity to make their businesses more efficient with the launch of new future-proof software from Humber region IT company HBP Systems.

It is Business Cloud Essentials, and by storing information in a new way it offers manufacturers a more effective means to meet the challenges brought by ever-changing demands made on their industry, says the company.

HBP Systems’ Commercial Director Phil Denham explained: “We’ve worked with manufacturers since 1991, so we understand how integral they are to success of the regional and national economy – and justhow challenging the marketplace can be for them. Failure to manage all elements of a manufacturing business can lead to wasted time and opportunities, but Business Cloud Essentials has the potential to be revolutionary by changing that. It’s Manufacturing Resource Planning software that allows companies to store their information in a secure, remote location, and access it in real-time from anywhere, at any time of the day or night.

“Our experience of working with manufacturers means we know just how valuable access to data can be, enabling informed decisions to be made quickly. This makes it the perfect fit for manufacturers. Integrating and monitoring the core business processes across every department is going to make scheduling and supply chain management more efficient than it has ever been.”

He added: “The precision in this solution’s traceability is invaluable to manufacturers when evaluating the variance in margins from different suppliers, forecasting and, especially in the event of a product recall.”

Operations Director Tony Pearson, who has been with the company since 1997, said: “Business Cloud Essentials is one piece of software connecting all core business areas, which decreases cost because businesses need only one support provider. We say that solutions’ ease of implementation and use is ‘all thanks to the Cloud’.”