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XLVets: best practice made better for veterinary group

Product FeaturesMay 6, 2010

XLVets, one of the UK’s leading veterinary groups, has created improved purchasing insight and business process efficiencies, thanks to a new, bespoke purchasing information system. Whilst tailored to meet XLVets’ specific needs the underlying efficiencies would apply for a spectrum of sectors from pharmacies to agro-chemical suppliers.

The solution, which was devised and implemented by software specialist Enable, was part of an initiative to provide accurate and timely purchasing, pricing and rebate earnings information to member practices, eliminating the need for each practice to calculate the same information.

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Business process efficiencies can provide competitive edge to UK industry

The Deal EconomyMarch 31, 2010

IT consultants have to shape up or ship out warns software developer Enable if clients are to realize the potential of solutions to their bottom line.

Software developers and consultants who are unable to meet client deadlines and budgets are destined to go out of business and give the industry a black mark, says the MD of Enable Software.

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DCS Europe: supplier rebate system ensures multi-million pound success

Product FeaturesFebruary 23, 2010

With sales in excess of £118 million, DCS is one of Europe’s largest distributors of Health and Beauty products. Since the company was established in 1994 DCS has witnessed, under the direction of founder Denys Shortt, unprecedented growth. Not only handling sales and distribution for brands such as Gillette, Colgate, P&G, Unilever, L’Oreal, Cussons into selected markets, DCS has launched its own Enliven range of budget priced toiletries. In addition, the company supplies over 30,000 retailers through 500 wholesalers in the United Kingdom as well as exporting to 70 countries worldwide.

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Mobile Doctors: complaints system

Build It BetterJanuary 14, 2010

The UKs leading provider of medical evidence, Mobile Doctors, has completely revolutionised its ’Complaints and Escalated Chase’ system ensuring the company deals more effectively with the 70,000 reports it processes annually.

Previously using a single Excel spread sheet system that struggled to cope with the rigours of complaints processing, tracking and providing a clear audit trail, the AIM listed company approached software specialist Enable to see if a more robust system could be developed.

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Bupa: data management for care homes

Build It BetterNovember 16, 2009

The UK’s largest owner/operator of care homes, Bupa, has implemented a new web-based solution that will enable greater control in maintaining consistency of care and quality service levels across over 300 care homes nationwide.

The system, developed and implemented by leading software specialist Enable, provides a common protocol for critical data to be shared between individual care homes and Bupa central support office on a monthly and quarterly basis.

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European Club Association: development of new website

Build It BetterJuly 13, 2009

The European Club Association (ECA) is the sole, independent body directly representing football clubs at European level. It replaces the G14 Group and the European Club Forum, both dissolved at the beginning of 2008.

ECA was fully recognized by UEFA and FIFA in a formal memorandum of understanding, which was signed in January 2008. During the 2008-2009 season, ECA represented 137 member clubs, drawn from every one of the 53 national associations within UEFA, right across Europe, and is steered by a fifteen-member Executive Board.

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Babcock Airports: bespoke process management systems

Build It BetterJune 4, 2009

Babcock International Group PLC is a leading support services company operating primarily in the airport, nuclear and defence industries. Their £1.2bn market capitalisation ranks them amongst the top 200 quoted companies in the UK.

Their customer base is largely composed of government departments and organizations whose activities are heavily regulated by government, including:

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Leading the way in supplier management

Product FeaturesApril 18, 2009

Supplier management is a critical discipline, especially for "goods for resale" businesses. Improving the visibility of an organization’s purchase related data and systematising the associated business processes are essential factors in optimizing revenue, reducing costs and managing risk in this area.

Establishing agreements for retrospective rebate payments from suppliers is a commonplace commercial method adopted by buyers. It is often a notoriously complex area to track and control, frequently creating administrative headaches for companies and absorbing valuable resource in the process.

Often rebate income is the difference between losing money and making money on the bottom line, so tracking the agreements to ensure on-target earnings is of critical importance. Having invested time and effort in establishing potentially lucrative deals with suppliers, companies face the arduous task of executing these in order to gain maximum benefit from those deals.

This can be a time consuming and expensive process. Rebate agreements by nature can be complex, ever-changing and therefore difficult to track. The risk to a company of not realizing 100% of the agreed rebate escalates as complexity increases.

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