Nene Storage video case study

nene storage SAP case studyIt’s been a few months now since we covered the selection of SAP Business One by our clients Nene Storage on this website and took a closer look with the free downloadable case study on their use of the system. Well, if you enjoyed that feast of SAP Business One content then have we got a treat for you!

OK, we might be hamming it up a little bit we admit but still, who doesn’t love a summer blockbuster hey?

So, with the holiday period upon us, take some time out from the sunbathing (or shelter from the inevitable rain, this is the UK after all) and check out our brand new video featuring the Nene story in glorious sound and HD vision…

For more information on SAP Business One and how dcs Solutions can help your business access the power of this global-leader amongst SMB management systems give our friendly team a call today on 0808 168 8922 or get in touch here.

Check out more SAP Business One customer success stories here.

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