As the UK's largest distributor of toiletries and household products, DCS negotiates high volumes of rebate deals with hundreds of suppliers. Complex retrospective payment deals are applicable across all product lines, varying from supplier to supplier.
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.
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.
Enable has developed a new website for The European Club Association, the sole, independent body directly representing football clubs at European level.
Babcock International Group PLC is a leading support services company operating primarily in the airport, nuclear and defence industries. Their GBP 1.2bn market capitalisation ranks them amongst the top 200 quoted companies in the UK.
Supplier management is a critical discipline, especially for "goods for resale" businesses. Improving the visibility of an organisation's purchase related data and systematising the associated business processes are essential factors in optimising revenue, reducing costs and managing risk in this area.
Filed as EventsPosted December 31, 2008
In December Enable exhibited at Information Management Solutions (IMS) at Olympia in London, for the third consecutive year. Enable develops browser based business systems, often to replace legacy applications, Excel spreadsheets and Access databases.
NSL required a flexible, web-based solution that could be deployed across all its business units and contracts. The core product demonstrated by Enable met the requirements of the new cash management and control system NSL were looking for, while at the same time provided sufficient flexibility to allow for extensive customisation to meet the specific needs of the business.
Enable was brought in by Laing O'Rourke to develop a sophisticated intranet solution for its Australian company, which currently employs 1,200 people and is growing on a daily basis.
As a company grows, the chances are that a spreadsheet that was designed for one individual to record a specific set of records soon needs to be accessed by multiple users across different sites. Suddenly you need to set access controls, improve security and introduce workflow and, before you know it, you have reached the limit of your desktop software. Now you are faced with having to migrate to your enterprise system—a time-intensive and costly process. Does this sound familiar? Why use a sledgehammer to crack a nut?