North East software firm on target for record financial growth
Excelpoint is said to be on target to realise a 100 per cent increase in sales by the end of its financial year. The software specialist supports its customers in streamlining and automating business processes, helping them to realise process efficiencies and cost-savings. In recent months, the business has won various customers to add to its growing portfolio. Excelpoint’s software is currently utilised across numerous sectors including engineering, manufacturing, oil and gas, as well as the NHS.
Managing director, Ian Brown, explained: “What makes us stand out is that we offer a system that can manage all business processes which include CRM and sales management, inventory control, manufacturing process [and] risk management.
“Our software can be configured to meet the needs of any business model. For example, we developed a fully automated software system for Polar NE to eradicate the inherent workarounds, providing real-time data and full visibility of their order pipeline.
“The new system enabled them to match resources to projects, improving efficiency and enabling them to deliver a first-class service. In comparison, our customer NACRO required an Incident Management and RIDDOR system to enable them to record and manage incidents.” Excelpoint is said to understand every business works differently. Its consultants work in partnership with customers to deliver and implement cost-effective automated software systems. Ian added: “Businesses no longer need to work with multiple software suppliers, purchasing multiple licences and integrating different systems. They can now resolve all their software requirements with one easy to use software system.
“Our business philosophy is to make our software work for our customers, not expect our customers to change the way they do business to match the software.”
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