Custom Software Case Studies
Below are a number of case studies highlighting the value of S+C Partners custom software solutions.
Import/Export Trading House Struggled To Manage Their Technology Between Several International Offices.
Canworld is an import/export trading house in the meat product industry and has worked with S+C for 19 years. Their business deals with selling product futures meaning that a deal signed today may actually be executed six months from now.
The need for accurate, easily accessible data upon demand is critical. Deals happen quickly and prices fluctuate constantly meaning that the loss of a few hours can have an enormous impact on business. Opportunities can be lost if access to their computer system is compromised.
Technology facilitates communication between their multiple offices in Toronto, Quebec City, Denver and agents in Japan and Chile. There is a critical need for team members to stay connected to international marketplaces via their central office IT hub.
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Global Electronics Poised to Expand World Market Reach
Global Electronics Supplies Inc., one of the largest distributors of replacement electronic parts and components in Canada, wants to be the leader in the electronic service industry. "We’re already considered innovative leaders in our industry. Now we have an even bigger goal—expanding our market reach by offering an unprecedented level of customer service," says Jerry Misner, CEO of Global Electronics.
Poised to double or triple its growth and become a true global entity, this dynamic company is charging ahead into the world of e-Business with ACCPAC Advantage Series e.Advantage Suite deployed on a Microsoft BackOffice platform. Relying on the systems integration expertise of Mississauga-based S+C Partners an ACCPAC International Solution Provider, Global will use this business management solution to carry out Web transactions; everything from order taking and payments to product customization.
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