This is the question, along with many others, that was posed by Lancaster University students in their recent survey of manufacturing and wholesale businesses in the North West.
Logma Systems Design Ltd will be sharing the results of this independent survey at the upcoming Smarter Business Tech Live event, at the Manchester Central Complex, 15-16th November.
Whilst it is accepted that the big corporates need sophisticated business and operational software, the same functionality and efficiency is needed in the SME market, but rarely sought or adopted. Many companies struggle with outdated systems or even paper-based processes.
Delegates at the event will also be able to hear from a panel of SME directors about Logma’s approach to software design – discussion will focus on what the businesses needed to achieve and how software implementation was managed, to achieve benefits as soon as possible.
Using this approach Logma have helped customers use the OneFit software to enable business goals such as increased growth, productivity and ultimately increased profitability.
QFS for example, a fresh produce and catering business can now track the profit margin of every single order for each of their customers.
PCS Ltd, manufacturers of thermal insulation boards now have full traceability from raw materials though to finished products and know who built each single component on their production line.
They’ve also reduced admin time for their salesforce that enables them to spend more time with their customers.
To hear more details about these and many other examples of how Logma has helped their customers achieve real value through software, register for free to visit Smarter Business Tech Live, and visit the Logma team at stand D23.