Cloud Company wins projects worth £250,000
Holywood-based 3EN has secured two exciting new projects with a luxury furniture retailer and a company that specialises in artificial insemination, as businesses look to bounce back following the easing of lockdown restrictions.
3EN is one of the world’s leading Oracle NetSuite Enterprise Resource Management Solutions Partners, with operations across Europe and the US.
Its cloud technology helps businesses to drive growth through improving efficiency with seamless integration between Oracle NetSuite and other software platforms.
3EN’s clients include Fitbit, FairTrade and Mile High Labs International to name but a few.
Oxfordshire-based OKA, a luxury furniture retailer, has signed a deal for 3EN to implement products that will help drive efficiency and unify the IT systems running across the organisation.
Irish business Munster Bovine is an integrated service provider of Artificial Insemination.
3EN has been appointed to build a fully NetSuite-integrated mobile application for optimising controls around the Cork business’s logistics network.
The application, built by 3EN’s technology experts in Holywood, will increase visibility and efficiency for Munster Bovine’s delivery drivers.
Dale Cree, Chief Executive Officer of 3EN praised the team for their commitment and dedication to the firm to secure the new projects, especially during this period of uncertainty and lockdown.
He continued: “The easing of lockdown restrictions will help many businesses reset for success and we’re proud to work with clients like Munster Bovine and OKA as they, along with many others, get ready to operate in the ‘new normal.’
“I am proud of our team for working hard to secure new sales during this period of lockdown – something that’s only been possible thanks to our own use of Oracle NetSuite’s cloud solutions.
“We look forward to working with both OKA and Munster Bovine to help drive efficiency across their businesses over the coming months.”
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