Manufacturing AUTOMATION

SYSPRO launches new blog for Canadian manufacturers

March 17, 2016
By Manufacturing AUTOMATION

Mar. 17, 2016 – SYSPRO, a provider of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software solution for on-premise and cloud-based utilization, has launched a blog, which it says will provide content to Canadian manufacturers and distributors that will help them improve their business performance.

The SYSPRO Canada Blog is dedicated to sharing “deep industry insights into the state of manufacturing and distribution in Canada” by shedding light on “innovative and emerging” topics and trends and recommending best practices to boost competitive advantage. Additionally, the blog will serve as the company’s local newsroom with posts about upcoming webinars, industry events, whitepapers and eBooks, product updates, company news, and customer achievements.

“In today’s rapidly changing market landscape, we understand that manufacturing leaders in Canada have unique business challenges and that they are constantly looking for new and improved ways to optimize business performance and gain a competitive advantage. Our mission with the launch of our blog, specifically designed with Canadian business leaders in mind, is to provide an online forum for manufacturers and distributors to retrieve valuable information and take part in top-line conversations,” according to James Moffatt, president. “The SYSPRO Canada blog aims to provide the Canadian manufacturing and distribution market with our deep industry knowledge and best practices — leveraging our experience from working with over 500 Canadian manufacturing companies since 2000.”

Subscribers of the blog can expect to hear from a range of guest bloggers and subject matter experts including Moffatt; David Doyle, VP of sales; Steve Bassaw, product evangelist; and Dave Cavan, regional sales manager.

The company encourages Canadian manufacturing leaders who are looking to improve their organization’s bottom line to subscribe and automatically receive the latest updates.


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