abas-USA provides enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions designed to meet the specific requirements of Assemble to Order, Make to Order, Made to Stock and Engineer to Order product development cycles.
Recently, the company has formed a partnership with Dunbar Products, a seller and distributer of high quality heat shrinkable tubing and insulation, to deliver Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software to support the company’s engineer to order demands.
abas-USA provides ERP solutions that fit most budgets. Its software solutions operate on LINUX, Unix and Windows, so businesses have the option to choose the best model suitable to them. The ERP solutions are also marked by their flexibility and scalability and are known to deliver consistent ROI to customers.
Alan Salton, president of abas-USA, said in a statement, "Dunbar's requirements were an ideal fit for abas ERP, from purchasing to lot management to work orders, shipping and quality, it was a precise process."
After implementing the organization’s solution, Dunbar found that abas’ ERP software is highly intuitive and easy to use.
"Dunbar Products strives to provide our customers with the highest level of customer service. With the implementation of this new ERP system, Dunbar hopes to not only increase internal efficiencies, but also take customer satisfaction to even greater heights,” added Steven Witherington, project manager at Dunbar Products. “Dunbar looks forward to the implementation and integration of the abas ERP solution and a lasting partnership with abas-USA."
In related company news, abas has signed an agreement with Cadman Power Equipment to deliver an ERP solution that will allow the company to run its business from one system instead of having to jump between several systems to get the functionality they need.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein