Labelhouse is only one of a number of Australian and New Zealand printing companies who decided to join forces with Cerm in 2013 and who have meanwhile gone live. In one of our next mailings we shall introduce you to other printing companies who also chose Cerm as their MIS partner.
Ever since the company saw the light of day in 1947, Labelhouse has been striving for excellence. Following a recent investment and with further plans to invest more in cutting-edge technology, Label House is more than ready for anything the future has in store. To further enhance their customers' experience, Labelhouse Victoria (part of the Labelhouse/Labelcraft Group) began implementing Cerm during Q1/2013.
"The sceptics who doubted that Cerm would ever get a firm foot on the ground in Australia have well and truly been proven wrong, for Cerm stuck to its word."
Ben Testa, Project Manager at Labelhouse, reminisces: "Cerm came up with a highly detailed implementation plan and together we succeeded in going live on 1 July, without exceeding either our deadline or our budget. The local support we received was second to none and demonstrated that the Cerm consultant was more than au fait with the ins and outs of the label industry. To us, those were the 2 prerequisites that in the end swayed us to throw in our lot with Cerm. The sceptics who doubted that Cerm would ever get a firm foot on the ground in Australia have well and truly been proven wrong, for Cerm stuck to its word. Presently, not only the modules from calculation to invoicing are operational but they have also been linked to a financial package, stock management, time registration with machine-counters and finished product SKU management. In the short term, we are planning an integration with EskoArtwork and HP and we will also be launching Web4Labels. Once that has been finalized, we are looking forward to other Labelhouse/Labelcraft plants implementing Cerm."
"It goes without saying that we are always chuffed with a new, happy customer. That having been said, we were quite confident that the implementation at Labelhouse would go smoothly”, says Peter Dhondt, Head of Business Development at Cerm. “Our businessmodel with headquarters in Belgium and local support provided by an experienced consultant has been proven right. With a number of new projects in the pipeline for Q3 and Q4 2013, we can say that our expectations have been met, not to mention exceeded."
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