Leading business lights from across the North West came together at the Reebok Stadium last week to attend Logma Systems Design’s newest product launch.
Its latest product, OneFit Software, is the company’s most flexible software solution and is designed to support organisational agility, so that when a
business grows or diversifies, further technology and modules of the same product can be deployed to increase functionality.
Guest speaker at the event, Michael Taylor, editor of North West Business Insider introduced the launch presentation and shared his views and
experiences on the current business climate in the North West. He said: “The generic business wisdom I’ve picked up from our readers over the last few months has been for companies to get better, stay healthy and keep smiling.
“I have a theory that the reason the economy wobbled, but didn’t fall was due to the inventiveness of businesses and their staff. Businesses now have
much better access to the information than they ever have, which enables better decision making.”
Guests were shown a series of video case studies from current clients who shared their positive reviews of the product and commended its flexibility
and efficiency, demonstrating the cost savings and effectiveness OneFit brought to their organisation. Following the presentation delegates were
invited to take part in sector specific workshops and see real time system demonstrations and had the opportunity to meet leading manufacturers of key data capture equipment, mobile computing and specialised printers.
Managing director of Logma Systems Design Ltd, Audrey Odell commented: “We have been in this business a long time, we’ve helped diverse businesses to achieve the benefits needed from IT systems and we have a proven portfolio of software which formed the basis OneFit Software.
“The event provided us with a great opportunity to showcase how the product can work for any business, any size and within any industry. The flexibility of OneFit works well whether companies take the big bang approach or implement modules as and when they need to. The support it provides for company’s to stabilise, grow and diversify in the current economic climate is invaluable. Add to this the achievement of critical accreditations, by features such as the Complaints Measurement and the company can only be set to succeed.”
“Managers often dismiss the opportunity to use the latest technology, such as remote and mobile data capture and barcoding as ‘too expensive’ or
because these features are not available in most ‘main stream’ packaged solutions. By showing our client case studies where, for example, customer
relationship tools, order processing, accounts and e-commerce are successfully integrated, at realistic costs, to fit alongside these additional features, we hope to encourage them to re-assess the way they review their IT needs. “
Guest Martyn Cowsill from Goldmine BD commented: “The whole event was one of the best afternoons I’ve had in a long time.
“I met a few people I hadn’t expected to meet and uncovered some interesting areas of collaboration. The video presentations of Logma’s clients were fantastic, they certainly gave weight to the level of service provided and demonstrated the level of professionalism and expertise that goes into
Audrey continues: “I would like to thank all those that attended, and give a special thanks to Aqua Cure, Vertco, Campbells Caravans and Nuttall and
Biddlecombe for their great contribution to the case studies.”
To find out more information about OneFit call 01257 233123 or visit www.logma.co.uk <http://www.logma.co.uk/bolton2010>
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Notes to editors
Logma Systems Design is a leading designer and developer of business software solutions, established over 30 years ago. The company runs a
10-strong team of developers and technical support advisers based in Chorley, supported by 17 technicians and engineers based across the country.