KCS unveils its sustainable efforts

KCS unveils its sustainable efforts

At its Konnect conference, spanning the 2nd and 3rd of March in Stratford-upon-Avon, Kerridge Commercial Systems (KCS) welcomed over 400 delegates to unveil its sustainable initiatives.

In-depth demonstrations on MAM Software’s latest mobile and web solutions took place, including a range of apps that deliver customers’ efficiencies in all aspects of operation management.

The company also unveiled many initiatives to deliver key benefits to all industries where its customers operate. For example, its new Konnect Online platform will enable KCS to quickly develop and deliver partner solutions that can be made available across all of its markets and core products.

“We recognise that our customers need our support as they work to deliver their carbon reduction strategies, and we are proud to develop and to showcase solutions that can help”, added James Mitchell, managing director. “Our EasyAP solution, for example, enables customers to automate their accounts payable processes and to remove paper, filing and storage. They can extract invoices from email, import and match, and electronically file an image of the supplier invoice. This removes paper and printing, which results in a more efficient administration process.”

KCS also delivered updates to customers on the latest web strategies available. Customers can choose integrated B2B or B2C web trading products to support their strategies, together with a range of tools that enable a workshop to forge strong integrations with their customers and suppliers.

“Digitisation is not a scary word or strategy for our customers,” says James, “our customers were early adopters of our cloud technology as a means to outsource their IT infrastructure and reduce their energy consumption. They have been using handheld technologies to improve efficiencies but, up to now, the high hardware costs have always been a barrier to adoption. We can now harness the power of cloud computing to deliver cost-effective solutions into areas of the business that staff members manually controlled in the past.”

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