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Do people read good news? Best ever quarter announced by Essex software company
Junari, a Colchester based software development company specialising in Tailored Business Management Systems announces its best quarter ever!
“During a double-dip recession it would seem that on the ground many small companies, especially in the technology sector, are doing well despite what the public believe. Our ERP offering is experiencing an all-time high demand for us currently, we suspect that this is because in our experience small businesses are actually on the up and want to ensure that they grow efficiently and responsibly and therefore are investing in systems to enhance future scalability”
Over the last six months, Junari has more than doubled its development department, increased sales, developed new products and further enhanced its JunariCRM offering (which is based on OpenERP) with new features and integrations.
Company confidence is excellent, Junari’s CTO Russell Briggs commented:
“Working with a product such as OpenERP, we are able to take a very powerful platform and tailor it to exactly match the needs of a company, and because it is open source and licence free it makes it affordable for any sized company and therefore can provide excellent return on investment. We find that most customers start fairly simply and then as their confidence grows add more and more capability to their implementation, often integrating with or even replacing existing systems”
One of their most recent customers, Rachel Davidson-Foster of Essex based SEO company HP Group was approached for a few words, she explained:
“Implementing ERP was a critical project for us and happily it is already paying tangible business benefits after only two months of live running. I’d recommend Junari to anyone who wants a powerful business planning application and who likes working with professional, highly skilled individuals”
Junari has also gained access to further expert coaching and mentoring assistance due to its acceptance onto the UK Growth Accelerator program.
Steve Austin said “with this help we expect great things by the end of our next financial year, watch this space!”