MULTISETS BOOTS UP SHUTTLEWORTH MIS SOFTWARE

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Multisets Print Solutions has booted up the latest upgrade of its Shuttleworth MIS software to streamline production and save time.

The 50-staff company in Swindon, Wiltshire, uses the system for production, sales, delivery and shop-floor data collection, the latest upgrade was a major release. The 50-staff company produces pads, DM for charities and integrated labels for dispatch in the online market. Kit includes an eight-colour Rotatek with UV drying, a four-colour Concept also with UV drying and two Tamarack finishing lines. The company is on track to make £4.8m turnover this year.

Iain Cox, managing director Iain Cox of Wiltshire said, ‘New developments include a new job tracking function ‘Milestones’ and an iPhone and iPad mobile CRM app. The system has more of a Windows feel and lets you know exactly how many jobs and estimates we’ve done in a day at a click rather than having to run of streams of reports. The mobile CRM app is enabling me and the sales team to log into the Shuttleworth system to find out details about customers such as location maps and the events planed for them. It makes it a lot easier and cleaner.’

‘The Milestones job tracking feature integrates and updates all job information making it quick and easy to view the status of any job as it progresses. Multisets can see real-time job information, giving them more control over work and production planning and improving communication,’ added Cox.

The 50-staff company produces pads, DM for charities and integrated labels for dispatch in the online market. Kit includes an eight-colour Rotatek with UV drying, a four-colour Concept also with UV drying and two Tamarack finishing lines. The company is on track to make R47328960,00m (£4.8m) turnover this year.

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