Norwegian Hytorc Norge AS Chooses Jeeves ERP
Norwegian Hytorc Norge AS chose the Jeeves ERP solution to be the backbone of its business, with functionality spanning purchasing, logistics, stock, sales and accounting, along with product management, service, leasing and support for training activities. Industry-specific functionality in terms of service and leasing has been developed specially for the offshore industry by Merit Consulting via Jeeves Apps Teknologi.
“As Hytorc not only distributes and manufactures tools but also offers product development, service, leasing and staff training, we needed an ERP system that could provide an overarching solution. Merit’s industry-specific solution meets our needs and can also be developed further as Hytorc changes and grows,” said Christer Djuve, vice president of Hytorc.
Previously, Hytorc worked with several systems and manual routines, which is why a great deal of time is expected to be saved when the ERP system solution is implemented in November 2012. The new solution also allows for better control of work processes for calibration and equipment leasing.
“Merit Consulting has extensive experience of working with companies in the offshore business, so they’ve been able to put together an industry-specific solution that meets all of Hytorc’s needs. With Jeeves as its ERP system, Hytorc can be safe in the knowledge that they have a user-friendly, modern and flexible solution that will streamline the business,” said Johan Krantz, sales director for Jeeves ERP.
Hytorc has annual sales of NOK $130 million and 37 employees in Norway, Sweden and Denmark.
About Jeeves Information Systems
Jeeves Information Systems AB (Jeeves) develops ERP systems for small and midsized companies. Every day, Jeeves' ERP solutions; Jeeves Universal, Jeeves Selected and Garp, are used by more than 4 600 companies in over 40 countries. Jeeves' ERP systems are user friendly and easy to customize, and at the same time optimal for continuous improvement of business support. Jeeves' head office is located in Stockholm and is owned by the American investment company Battery Ventures.