Cambell Scientific to implement Cincom’s Priority

Data system provider Campbell Scientific Australia has announced its plan to implement Cincom’s Priority ERP system to enhance its business process and growth planning.

Managing director of Campbell Scientific, Steve Bailey, said “Cincom has the right technologies and the relevant experience to support and provide a competitive edge and facilitate our future plans. Additionally, Cincom Priority will help enable us to automate our business processes allowing our staff to focus on delivering better customer service.”

The Priority software is particularly designed for small-to-medium sized businesses, covering areas including financials, production planning, shop floor control, project management, purchasing, human resources, warranty and repairs.

One of the key factors for Campbell Scientific Australia in selecting Cincom was the company’s expertise in the manufacturing industry. Campbell Scientific specialises in hydrological, meteorological and geotechnical data acquisition systems, supplying products to smelters, refineries, mines, manufacturing and processing plants.

“At Cincom, we understand the very specific requirements of the industry and we have a track record for on-time, on-budget implementations that deliver a rapid return on investment.” said Paul Hargreaves, managing director of Cincom Australia and New Zealand.

Cincom’s Australian customers include Mills Display Signs, Designer Doorware, Manly Aluminium Windows, Evic Paints, Thales Australia, ASC, and GKN Aerospace.

Internationally, it has worked with businesses including Citibank, Boeing, Ericsson, Penn State University, Milacron and Siemens.

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