Five of The Ten Largest Label Companies Now Run PECAS Vision ERP/MIS
Press release from the issuing company
Chicago, IL – September 10, 2008 - Radius Solutions Ltd., the leading ERP/MIS provider for the packaging and printing industry worldwide, announced that it continues to gain substantial market share within the North American labels sector.
The company's PECAS Vision ERP/MIS system is specifically designed to meet the unique requirements of label converters. The system was fully re-architected a few years ago, leveraging the latest open technology to facilitate integration, scalability and access to key transactional data for business analysis and performance management capabilities. As a result of these initiatives, the company has continued adding leading label converters as clients.
"We are very pleased that leading label companies are turning to PECAS Vision to help them streamline their operations, respond more quickly to customer demands and gain access to key business data for performance management", stated David Taylor, President and CEO of Radius Solutions.
Radius Solutions has a long heritage of providing world class ERP/MIS systems specifically designed for printing and packaging organizations. Along with software, the organization provides consulting and implementation experts with industry specific experience, to facilitate successful implementations and help clients gain maximum value from their Radius Solutions' systems.
"In today's challenging marketplace the need for a truly integrated, operationally efficient ERP/MIS system has never been greater. Converters are being squeezed on all sides and the need for a world class ERP/MIS system is an absolute pre-requisite for doing profitable business. Since our application is based around knowing your costs, and associated margins, we are now offering companies the opportunity to fine tune their operations and improve their bottom line" stated Mr. Taylor.
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