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Brace of customer conferences for Intact iQ ERP software

December 2017

Intact Software recently held two customer conferences for its leading ERP software product, Intact iQ, in the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin; and Mercedes Benz World, Surrey.  The conferences’ theme was using Intact iQ to elevate customers’ businesses.

CEO, Justin Lawless explained that the goal in creating Intact iQ “was to create a digital fabric that could lay across your business and mould itself to your processes.” During the conferences, the Intact Software team demonstrated how various new and existing features within the Intact iQ platform could enable customers to improve processes, save time and/or money, and access new technologies.  Attendees received an in-depth look at how powerful mobile tools, such as Intact Access, could simplify day-to-day tasks in their business.

Demonstrations of the Intact NeXus and Intact Analyst highlighted how Intact iQ could enable senior teams to manage by exception, moving organisations from being data-informed to data-driven.  As part of the trading online segment Intact cliQX was demonstrated to showcase the benefits of using a fully integrated e-commerce solution with your ERP system.

Gary Brookshaw, Product Director, noted: “We believe technology designed for your business, drives your business.  This forum is one way to help us keep a finger on the pulse.  Through suggested large or small changes, you (our customers) can make the difference.  You have a voice in Intact Software.”

 More at: https://www.intactsoftware.com

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