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123 Insight showcases latest ERP/MRP software at Southern Manufacturing
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123 Insight Limited will be exhibiting at Southern Manufacturing on 6th - 9th February 2018 at the FIVE Exhibition centre, Farnborough, Hampshire.

Attendees will be able to see the latest ERP/MRP software advancements and be able to have one-to-one discussions with technical staff to understand what an MRP system can do for their business.

Martin Bailey, Marketing Manager, said; “We’ve seen significant growth in interest from companies looking to either replace MRP systems or embrace MRP for the first time, so the Southern Manufacturing show provides an excellent environment for companies to ask any initial questions before attending one of our Evaluation Workshops. Farnborough is also an excellent and accessible location for companies in the South of England.”

123 Insight’s business model is unique in the MRP/ERP industry. The traditional approach of paying for software, consultancy, training and maintenance before you’ve even confirmed that the product will be suitable for your business leaves all the risk with the customer. With 123 Insight prospective users attend an Evaluation Workshop, held locally around the UK each month. If they feel the system could be a good fit they then attend the six days of no-obligation training, on the understanding that if they decide that the system is not suitable they can walk away with nothing to pay. Only once they are fully trained and ready to implement the software do they pay for the training and register to receive the software. After that, it’s a low monthly subscription, with no minimum period.

Visitors to the booth can also take away a 123insight Multimedia USB stick, filled with demonstration videos broken down by job role, allowing each department head to understand what 123insight can do for their departments as well as the business as a whole.

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