STERLING, VA -- (Marketwire) -- 03/27/13 -- abas-USA is pleased to announce that Ironware International has chosen abas Business Software as their new ERP provider.
Ironware International Inc. was founded in 1988 by Karin Eaton to distribute Pierre Picard's extraordinary handforged iron lighting and furniture. Styles ranging from Neo Gothic to Contemporary are represented in the over 600 items in the collection. Though stylistically diverse, the work of the Picard Atelier is readily identifiable.
Before abas ERP, they were running transactions for multiple locations using spreadsheets to track inventory and production, which resulted in duplicate data entry. A system that supports multi-national and multi-lingual communication improves their ability to plan for the long lead time material requirements for product demands.
According to Alan Salton, President of abas-USA, "With an emerging company like Ironware, flexibility and ease of use are paramount. Ironware's commitment to superior customer service means their people need to have any relevant information regarding customers or orders and their fingertips. The role based workbenches in abas ERP, and the near complete flexibility will allow Ironware to create the perfect environment for growing their business."
Founded in 1980, abas is a leading provider of cost-effective ERP solutions for midmarket manufacturers and distributors. abas Business Software is an ERP & eBusiness application designed specifically for manufacturers in the Assemble-to-Order, Make-to-Order and Engineer-to-Order environment. Our software is priced to fit most budgets while delivering full ERP functionality. Operating on LINUX, Unix and Windows, abas Business Software has the flexibility, scalability and ease of use that has demonstrated consistent ROI to its customers. abas was recently ranked highest in customer satisfaction in the worldwide Intelligent Systems Solution.
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