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Damar eyes NZ growth

01 Jun 10

Provided by Infor gold channel partner EMDA, the Infor ERP LN solution will allow Damar Industries to have “greater visibility into their planning, forecasting and inventory process” which will aim to lower its total cost of ownership.

Damar said that it partnered with Infor and EMDA due to Infor’s complete integrated system and the local support available from EMDA.
Martin Carlyle, Chief Financial Officer at Damar Industries Ltd, said: “Infor was the right solution for our business. It matched our business objectives with the right level of TCO and implementation time. Also very important to us was the relationship with the partner, EMDA.”
Keith Jessop, Managing Director of EMDA added, “Our strong and valuable partnership with Infor is built on providing sustainable value for our clients such as Damar Industries. We took time to understand Damar’s business needs and offered a proposal to them for a fully integrated solution that offers support across all departments, with an aim to lower their total cost of ownership”.
EMDA said it currently provides technology-based business solutions to manufacturing and distribution organisations and manages over 150 customers throughout New Zealand, New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland.

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