M1, the ERP software program developed in Australia by Bowen & Groves P/L , has just reached the milestone of 500 installed sites both within Australia and internationally, including users in the USA, Canada, Europe and the UK markets.
Geoff Groves, CEO and founder of Bowen & Groves, says that five hundred installed sites is an important milestone for the company and indicates it has achieved a substantial user base with a very high degree of acceptance in both the manufacturing industry and other industry sectors.
M1 was launched in 2000 and its user base has been growing at an increasing annual rate in the last four years. Bowen & Groves has always prided itself by setting the standard in ERP software, says Mr. Groves.
Key features of the M1 by B & G software are a great diversity of modules, user friendliness and a constant application of advanced training and support skills.
Bowen & Groves has had a 70% increase in staff and has recently launched new graduate recruitment programs in both its Australian and US offices.
Key features of the M1 software are a vast array of modules specially designed for growing small to medium scale businesses which offer affordability, low implementation cost, fast user friendly features and simple operation.
According to Mr. Groves, M1 offers expansive business management, analysis and productivity tools including full integration of financial data, labour management and customer relationship management.Its unique smart screen and search capacities are further bonuses which users frequently compliment it on, Geoff Groves added.
The newly released Version 5 of M1 by Bowen & Groves cements upon the capacity of the software to support increasingly diverse businesses with extensive additional features.
Bowen & Groves has a complete dedication to meeting the manufacturing software needs and expectations of growing businesses.
Apart from its rapidly increasing user base M1 by B & G has won numerous industry awards.
Superior customer and user support is also a keynote with annual user group conferences which typically rotate between the USA and Australia.