|By Business Wire||
|April 17, 2014 03:13 AM EDT||
Exact, a trusted advisor and a leading provider of ERP business solutions for small-to medium-sized (SMB) manufacturing and distribution companies, announces a partnership with prominent warehouse management provider WiSys. This partnership is part of a strategy to expand and strengthen the Exact Macola product portfolio with complementary business solutions.
WiSys provides a market-leading warehouse management system (WMS) with a centralized interface for automating and managing the operational processes of an organization’s warehouse. This serves to simplify the management of warehouse and distribution inventory, order-to-cash process and transportation and freight logistics. WiSys WMS software readily integrates with Exact Macola products including Exact Macola Progression and Exact Macola ES.
Seeking to partner with best-of-breed technology providers for Exact Macola, Exact is joining forces with WiSys to capitalize upon its WMS products’ strengths in driving efficiencies in production, inventory, warehouse, shipping and supply chain business processes. Exact also boasts a long-standing, successful history with WiSys and its founder, Bruce Hollinger, who is also the original founder of Macola.
“Our partnership with WiSys brings a sense of strength and unity to Exact Macola solutions. Together with Bruce Hollinger and his team at WiSys, we are not only continuing the four-decade legacy of providing complete, comprehensive and superior ERP solutions to our customers, but we are also committing to the evolution and enhancement of these solutions,” said Alison Forsythe, Managing Director of Exact Macola.
“This new partnership opens a great chapter in our decade-long development of innovative real-time Exact Macola solutions. We now have the ability to work more closely with Exact to bring integrated solutions, services and innovations to the community. Our goal is to increase accessibility for the customers and partners to solutions with rapid ROI, increased profitability and business excellence,” said Bruce Hollinger, Founder of WiSys. “I’m pleased that WiSys and Exact are going to work more closely to help our customers achieve operational excellence.”
Exact. And it all comes together.
Exact is a leading global supplier of business software. Since we began in 1984, our focus has shifted from supporting financial processes to providing a complete ERP offering for small and medium-sized businesses. Innovative solutions such as Exact Globe, Exact Synergy and Exact Online support over 100,000 customers – local and international companies – in the daily management of their business.
Exact develops industry-specific on-premise and cloud solutions for manufacturing, wholesale and distribution, professional services and accountancy. Exact is headquartered in Delft, the Netherlands, and has been listed on the NYSE Euronext Amsterdam as EXACT.AS since June 1999. The company booked revenue of € 213 million in 2013.
At WiSys, we have re-invented how ERP systems create value for Exact Macola customers, with a core focus on helping customers achieve their real-time decision making goals. WiSys helps companies using Exact Macola software to achieve real-time inventory control through their internal distribution and manufacturing systems. The WiSys Agility Suite of applications is part of a family of products positioned to achieve Efficient Warehouse Management, Lean Manufacturing and Streamlined Shipping. WiSys LLC is an Atlanta, Georgia based company.
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