Systems partnerships strengthened

As it launches its new Touch software, Business Micros is reminding the market that it is “the industry’s favourite provider”.

Business Micros works with 78% of the UK’s PVCU fabricators, and wins praise from many of the leading systems companies, the company said.

When Business Micros helped Profine set up a new customer with its Evolution software recently, technical manager Steve Holloway said: “Great customer service. BM offer a professional service and are always available to assist.”

That followed praise from Carl Buckley in Liniar’s technical support department who said: “I always find Business Micros so helpful and professional; they are only at the end of the phone if we require any additional support.”

Business Micros’ business development manager Nick Bailey said: “These comments are typical of the feedback we get from all the leading systems companies. For most of them, we’ve been by their side throughout their journeys in the UK and we continue to be a valued and trusted partner after three or even four decades.

“Our installations and support teams work directly with the systems companies to set up software for fabricators who are starting up or switching over, and routinely install new software modules and options as fabricators add new products to their ranges.”

Business Micros holds what it says is the most comprehensive set of product databases for all the leading systems companies, and has a dedicated team based in Penpont, Dumfriesshire, which ensures that these are kept continually up to date.

Business Micros is preparing to launch its new Touch software platform. This, it said, will deliver even more benefits to systems companies, with a complete end-to-end, integrated solution from consumer enquiry all the way through to quoting, ordering, manufacturing and delivery.