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Tenon celebrates contract win

Tenon Technology, the software reselling arm of Tenon, has won a contract to supply Microsoft Great Plains products to domestic appliance distributor Polti UK.

The top 20-ranked firm won the chance to implement Great Plains’ Dynamics software as part of a £32,000 order.

Polti, a manufacturer of steam-powered domestic appliances, wanted sophisticated analytical information of its sales to companies such as John Lewis, Comet and Currys.

‘The system we are using is no longer able to accommodate the growth of the company,’ said Philip Addison, managing director of Polti UK.

‘We need to be able to extract more sophisticated information, particularly with regard to individualised product sales analysis and faster sales order entry times to help our retailers, and to make time savings in our month-end processes,’ he said.

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