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.
On a star studded evening of entrepreneurs in London—including James Caan, Julie Meyer and Will King—the Growing Business Awards celebrated the best of British Business. A new award for ‘Local Hero of Enterprise’ was won by Denys Shortt, Enable's CEO and Chairman of the Coventry & Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership.
Barclays Corporate has extended banking facilities of £19m to DCS Europe — Enable's parent company. DCS Europe is the UK market leader of sales and distribution of health, beauty and household brands. As a result, the business has moved its' banking operations to Barclays Corporate in recognition of the bank's support for its ambitious growth plans.
With the continuously growing need to access applications and data on the move, consumer products such as iPhone and Android powered devices are increasingly being used to meet business requirements. We can provide you with your own company App Store, and develop applications once that work across Android, Blackberry and iOS as well as desktop computers and web browsers without having to be written multiple times.
With annual sales in excess of £130 million, DCS is one of Europe's largest distributors of health and beauty products. Under the direction of founder Denys Shortt, the company has witnessed unprecedented growth over a period of seventeen years since it was established in 1994. DCS supplies over 30,000 retailers and 500 wholesalers in the United Kingdom and exports to 70 countries worldwide.
Filed as VideosPosted April 11, 2011
As a leader in developing retrospective rebate and overrider management systems, Enable was delighted to exhibit at eWorld Purchasing & Supply 2011. The event—held at the QEII Conference Centre in central London—focused on leading-edge technologies and techniques within the procurement and supply chain functions. Enable gave a presentation at the event describing how our clients maximise revenue from complex rebate agreements.
Filed as VideosPosted March 8, 2011
Enable's CEO, Denys Shortt is Chair of the Coventry and Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership. He was interviewed this week on ITV News following the National Local Enterprise Summit in Coventry & Warwickshire which was attended by David Cameron. “There is a good buzz around our new Coventry & Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership,” explains Denys.
Filed as EventsPosted February 7, 2011
As a leader in developing retrospective rebate and overrider management systems, Enable is delighted to be exhibiting at eWorld Purchasing & Supply. The event focuses on leading-edge technologies and techniques within the procurement and supply chain functions.
The NEC Group is the Birmingham-based venue management company that operates four world-class venues: The National Exhibition Centre, The International Convention Centre, the LG Arena and The National Indoor Arena. The Group also operates national ticketing agency The Ticket Factory and award-winning, prestige caterer Amadeus.