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Enable recently launched a new subsidiary business called DealTrack. DealTrack is a software solution that helps organisations manage complex trading agreements involving retrospective payments, such as rebates, retrospective discounts, royalties, purchase income and back margin. In this first article in our “Enable Tech” series, I'll guide you through some interesting techniques used by the website we built for DealTrack.
Stratford-upon-Avon based software company Enable has today launched a new subsidiary called “DealTrack Ltd”. The new company has been created by entrepreneurs Denys Shortt (who also owns DCS Europe) and Andrew Butt who have combined forces with fellow directors David Hunt, Andy James and Dan Wood.
Stratford-upon-Avon based software development company Enable has made a £1 million investment into 7,000 sq ft of new freehold offices in the Stratford-upon-Avon Enterprise Park.
Directors of Enable have recently returned from a Study Tour to Silicon Valley. Organised and run by Mike and Linda Portlock of E-Vision Consulting Ltd, the focus of the Tour was "Transformative Technologies for Business IT", exploring how emerging technologies can be deployed to help organisations build a better future.
Filed as EventsPosted April 30, 2012
As a result of continued demand for Enable's software development service, and consistent revenue growth, Enable will be exhibiting at two key events at Warwick University in May. The first is the Warwick Summer Careers Fair on Tuesday 8th May.
Filed as ArticlesPosted February 27, 2012
Enable's CEO Denys Shortt recently wrote an article for BBC News on his top tips for business survival. Denys Shortt is a former England under-21 hockey player, an entrepreneur and founder of DCS Europe plc and Enable Software, employing nearly 300 people. He is also chairman of the Coventry & Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP).
Judges have praised the outstanding quality of entries received for the inaugural Touch FM Pride of Stratford Awards 2012 with DCS. After hours of deliberation, the judging panel confirmed the nominees who are in the final reckoning for an award. The ceremony, created and hosted by Touch FM (Stratford's local radio station), will be presented at a glittering event in Stratford upon Avon on 17th February 2012. The night will reflect and recognize the best that Stratford District has to offer.
Enable's CEO, Denys Shortt was featured in the Daily Mail this week, in an article about Denys's role as chairman of Coventry and Warwickshire LEP. The Mail's article is shown below. Denys is chairman of Coventry and Warwickshire LEP, one of the first such bodies to be approved by the Government.
Enable has been a pioneer of Internet applications since its inception 12 years ago. We quickly recognised that physically installing software on every PC in an organisation was not the way forward, as upgrades need to be carried out individually on each computer, computer-specific problems can be encountered, and users can only work on the specific PCs that have the software installed.