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Thursday, July 5, 2018

Nelson Electric Supply Company Gains Functionality With Savance

Nelson Electric is a supplier of industrial automation equipment and services headquartered in Racine, Wisconsin. In operation since 1949, the company has grown to over 50 people, and now features two separate distribution centers in addition to its headquarters and training facility.

The company was running its enterprise on a legacy system originally implemented in 1981 and its warehouse management software was in particular need of updating. Nelson also recognized the need to serve a new generation of customers interested in shopping online from a browser or a smartphone. In order not to disrupt day-to-day operations, any new functionality would have to be implemented incrementally. The company found precisely what it was looking for in Savance's warehouse management and Web store functionality. Savance worked with Nelson Electric to implement the new software quickly and painlessly. "Both solutions integrated seamlessly with our existing ERP system," states Steve Shuman, Nelson Electric's Vice President. "We began to see benefits almost immediately."

Key Benefits of the Savance solution:
  • Best-in-class solution with guaranteed quality assurance.
  • Enterprise-wide increased visibility, accountability, and transparency.
  • Ability to rollout further solutions on an as-needed basis.
  • Overall better customer satisfaction.

To learn more, visit the Savance Newroom.

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