Chasestead partnering with Cedar Bay to implement Acumatica Cloud ERP.

Chasestead, a leading UK provider of metal fabrication and engineering services, announced today that they will be partnering with Cedar Bay to adopt Acumatica Cloud ERP. Acumatica Cloud ERP will help Chasestead improve their business processes and enhance the responsiveness of the service they deliver to customers.

From a 42,000 sq. ft factory in Hertfordshire, Chasestead provides products to a diverse range of sectors. Ranging from automotive, reverse engineering and general fabrication to aerospace and defence, construction, and power generation. Across these sectors, they cover a wide range of projects including decorative facia for buildings, set props for movie production and ongoing defence projects.

The decision to implement Acumatica Cloud ERP was made after careful evaluation of various ERP solutions available in the market. Chasestead chose Acumatica for its ability to integrate with their existing systems, user-friendly interface, and advanced features that streamline business operations.

Chasestead’s journey to Acumatica.

The adoption of Acumatica Cloud ERP will enable Chasestead to automate their workflows and improve their efficiency. With real-time visibility into their business operations, they will also be able to make informed decisions quickly and accurately, whilst lowering their dependency on spreadsheets. Additionally, the solution’s Project Accounting features will allow employees to get unified control and visibility of projects, increasing productivity and responsiveness to customer needs.

“Chasestead is committed to delivering the best service possible to our customers,” said Justin Sedgwick, Engineering and Commercial Director at Chasestead. “Acumatica Cloud ERP will allow us to streamline our operations and make informed decisions that will ultimately benefit our customers. We are excited to implement this solution with Cedar Bay and see the positive impact it will have on our business.”

Steve Fletcher, Director of Acumatica Practice at Cedar Bay continued, “It is a privilege to be working with Chasestead to implement Acumatica Cloud ERP. Their business is a fine example of UK engineering. They have huge pride in their work and the reputation they have built over many years. The Project Accounting features will deliver powerful accounting tools that provide meaningful project visibility and enable informed decision-making that reflects the desire to delight their customers”.

 The team at Cedar Bay are delighted to be welcoming Chasestead to our Acumatica Community. We look forward to building a strong, successful partnership.

About Cedar Bay

Cedar Bay is an Acumatica Gold Partner.  We have years of experience implementing integrated business management solutions. With hands-on experience of complex manufacturing processes, we are in the ultimate position to deliver the best outcomes for our customers. We pride ourselves on understanding our customers’ strategic and tactical needs to help them overcome their challenges or limitations. Cedar Bay was awarded International Partner of the Year at the 2023 Acumatica Summit. For more information, visit our website. Alternatively, you can contact us at info@cedar-bay.com or 01242 304244. Take a look at our Resources section to discover more.

About Chasestead

Chasestead provide world-class metalwork for prototypes and low-volume pressings, tooling, and folded and fabricated components. Chasestead has unmatched experience in the manufacture of prototype and pre-production automotive under-structure components and assemblies. Situated in a 42,000 sq. ft. factory, Chasestead completes all activities under one roof, providing huge benefits in customer service and giving high quality and development speed across all projects. You can read more about Chasestead on their website

 

Midtherm has appointed Cedar Bay to implement a new, integrated business management platform, Acumatica Cloud ERP to help improve its operational efficiency and support long-term growth.

Founded in 1968, Midtherm has evolved as a family-owned business to meet everchanging manufacturing requirements. Midtherm has grown over the past 55 years to become a multi-divisional business working in partnership to create the full Midtherm brand. The Midtherm Group specialise in the designing and manufacturing of comprehensive solutions including laser cutting, bending, fabrications, stoves, flue and chimney systems, coatings, assembly, and the design/production of innovative state-of-the-art air purifying systems.

Midtherm will utilise Acumatica Cloud ERP to manage every aspect of their business all within a single integrated environment. With real-time visibility of all the composite functions within their business, Midtherm will be able to generate a clear and accurate view of their sales, production, and finance departments. Acumatica’s unlimited user model will allow everyone within the business to access meaningful access to data that will help them become more efficient in their roles. This will include the use of world-class Shop Floor Data Capture, a Cedar Bay speciality.

Richard Andrews, Managing Director at Midtherm commented “we are excited to be working with Cedar Bay for the implementation of Acumatica Cloud ERP. I am confident that their knowledge of the product and their manufacturing experience will ensure a successful digital transformation. We are especially looking forward to maximising Cedar Bay’s shop floor data capture experience and driving real-time KPIs across the business. This is a positive step forward for our family-owned and operated business and puts us in great shape to achieve our growth plans.”

Steve Fletcher, Director of Acumatica Practice continues “Midtherm are a credit to UK manufacturing. They have great products an engaged and responsive team, tonnes of potential and the ambition to realise it. Acumatica Manufacturing edition, extended to the factory floor with best-in-class data capture, will prove to be the stable foundation that supports their objectives for years to come. We can’t wait to get started.”

The team at Cedar Bay are pleased to be welcoming Midtherm to the Acumatica Cloud ERP community and we look forward to seeing the partnership thrive.

About Cedar Bay

Cedar Bay is an Acumatica Gold Partner with years of experience implementing integrated business management solutions. With hands-on experience of complex manufacturing processes, we are in the ultimate position to deliver the best outcomes for our customers. We pride ourselves on understanding both the strategic and tactical needs of our customers to help them overcome their challenges or limitations. Cedar Bay was awarded International Partner of the Year at the 2023 Acumatica Summit. For more information, visit our website or you can contact us at info@cedar-bay.com or 01242 304244.

About Midtherm

Midtherm are specialists in comprehensive array of design and manufacturing solutions including laser cutting, bending, fabrications, stoves, flue and chimney systems, coatings, assembly, and the design/production of innovative air purifying systems. Based in Dudley, West Midlands, Midtherm works with its constantly evolving customer base to meet the needs of its customers and improve manufacturing capabilities. For more information visit their website

Managing inventory is just one piece of the puzzle organisations need to understand if they are to be successful. It’s obvious that any business that sells products relies on properly managing their goods in order to survive. Without items to sell, you can’t fulfill orders, leaving you with no income. It really is that simple.

Yet, it’s not just stock shortages that can leave you with a headache. It can be really easy to end up with excess inventory, that can also end with damage to the bottom-line with outdated or expired stock.

The challenge of Inventory Management

Inventory related tasks can often be time consuming, taking up a proportion of your day, day in and day out. If you’re in a position where you’re spending a considerable amount of your time trying to manage your stock levels, it could be time to rethink the way in which you’re running your inventory management. With strong inventory management, you don’t just benefit from the most accurate stock levels, but general efficiency and productivity can improve, giving you more time back. Collecting accurate data for your inventory management can be a really difficult challenge, and getting it right can make or break your business.

However, with a modern ERP platform you can gain the visibility you need to get on top of your inventory and optimise your stock levels, gaining a full picture of your business.

Forecasting

Demand forecasting is just one of the core parts of superior inventory management. With accurate inventory forecasting you can ensure to reduce excess inventory levels and prevent overstocking items that are taking up space in your warehouse.

Scalability

It’s important to think long term. When you’re running a successful business, you’re often anticipating growth year on year. Therefore, it’s important to have an inventory management system that can scale with your business and grow in unison. With a modern ERP platform you can ensure that as you grow and enter new markets, or release more products, your systems can support you in meeting your growing needs, helping you scale profitably.

Avoiding excess inventory

Every business is heavily focused on cost reduction. With the right inventory management functionality you can streamline your stock levels and minimise the capital you have tied up in your warehouse. With the right solution, you can have access to the data you need to automate reorder levels and safety stock levels, helping you better manage your time, money and resources.

Supply Chain Transparency

With the right ERP system you can have access to real-time inventory visibility across all of your locations. From warehouses, to stores and goods on the road. You can have an accurate picture of where all your inventory is at any one time. If the past few years have taught us anything, it’s that unforeseen obstacles can cause challenges within the supply chain. Whilst a blip may seen minor, it can have major consequences. With ERP software you are able to integrate your business functions and communicate better with your suppliers and partners, helping to increase visibility and transparency along the way.

How can we help your business?

With an increased influx of data through multiple solutions, it can become challenging to efficiently manage and utilise data to it’s maximum capacity. An ERP solution can answer your inventory management problems, providing you with one single platform to keep on top of your stock. Whether IFS Cloud, or Acumatica Cloud ERP is the right fit for your business needs, we can make sure that with our years of experience you benefit from a solution that’s right for you.

We are thrilled to announce that Cedar Bay has been awarded Acumatica International Partner of the Year 2023. Cedar Bay was announced as International Partner of the Year at the Acumatica Summit in Las Vegas, Nevada on Monday 30 January 2023. We value our partnership with Acumatica, our dedicated team and our exceptional clients and are proud to have received this award.

Steve Fletcher, Director of Acumatica Practice commented “this is truly a team win and I want to thank everyone throughout Cedar Bay for their support in helping us to achieve this award. It has been a whirlwind few years since we launched Acumatica as an ERP solution within the business and their hard work has now been recognised globally. This is only the start of great things for Acumatica and the Cedar Bay partnership, and I am excited for what the future holds.”

Earlier this year, Cedar Bay was also awarded Gold Certified Partner. Further cementing our industry knowledge of implementing Acumatica, the world’s fastest-growing cloud ERP platform. Showing our passion for delivering smart, elegant solutions for our customers.

As a full-service ERP software partner, we provide our clients with solutions that vastly improve their business operations, increasing visibility and traceability as well as a greater return on their investment. We have years of experience implementing large-scale ERP solutions, we guide our partners through choosing the right solution for them. With global offices, our focus is on building long-term partnerships and we pride ourselves on understanding the needs and objectives of our customers and their projects to help them overcome their challenges.

Get in touch with us today to learn how we can assist you with your digital transformation at info@cedar-bay.com or 01242 304244.

Who are Starplan?

Starplan are a family run business, operating in the bespoke furniture manufacturing industry. Having been a core part of the industry for over 45 years, they have experienced conservative growth in both Northern Ireland and England. With Head Quarters and five showrooms in Northern Ireland, and two subsidiary serving locations in England that feed into four more stores, Starplan is expanding.

Starplan provide everything you need in your bedroom and kitchen, all manufactured locally, using trusted material suppliers. This, combined with a personalised service from start to finish, has allowed Star Plan to grow considerably since it’s conception.

With a desire to keep up this growth and expansion, Starplan has recognised the need for a digital transformation strategy that can support their mission. Partnering with Acumatica and Cedar Bay, Starplan have started their journey. We caught up with Alan McKnight, Operations and Customer Manager at Starplan, to tell us more about the business and their experience so far.

Before making the decision to implement Acumatica, what technology were you using to support your business operations?

We had been using a legacy solution, that was around 10 to 15 years old. When we initially took it on board, it was designed for factory control and to help with translating CAD formatting into a factory machine input. Whilst it does this very well, over the years there have been lots of tweaks and additions, which has really slowed the solution down. Likewise, extracting information from it leaves us with numerous Excel documents. I spend lots of my time exporting and manipulating information, before being able to target any areas of concern. Relying on Excel so much also opens up opportunities for mistakes and this is a key area of concern.

I have worked with ERP systems for many years, so upon joining Starplan I could see there was a gap and a serious lack of business intelligence from our solutions. For example, the legacy solution couldn’t provide information surrounding the profitability of locations, something that could really help support us in our decision making. I came from a background where I’ve been able to input a piece of information once and then use this one entry for multiple functions. Aside from that, the support of our legacy solution was coming to an end, we had a real need to look elsewhere for a solution that could be supported long-term.

Once you recognised the need for a new solution, what was your journey like to finding Acumatica?

Our journey to Acumatica was not initially straight forward. I started in the company in August 2020, in November 2020 we began our change process. From November 2020 to the end of August 2022, I had conversations with every ERP software provider I knew of in the market. At this stage we hadn’t yet heard of Acumatica. However, when someone brought Acumatica to our attention, we knew that they could be a great contender.

All through this journey Acumatica have been clear and honest, they wanted to make sure we had the right partner who could work with us to achieve what we needed to. Cedar Bay shared their specialism in manufacturing and their experience in the industry. The open and honest approach from Cedar Bay really helped us favour them as a partner, as well as helping further showcase the opportunities the Acumatica platform could bring.

What benefits from the Acumatica ERP solution are you most looking forward to seeing once the solution is implemented?

For me, one of the biggest things I’m looking forward to, is gaining control over our stock. Currently we have a large level of inventory, but without knowing what we actually need for orders, we don’t have the ability to free up this capital. The MRP function in Acumatica will allow us to gain this level of insight. We’ll finally have the visibility into what we need on hand, the benefits of this will be second to none, as we usually work on a ten-week lead time. Also, over the last few years, it’s been demonstrated that supply chains are very fragile. We had various instances where we were going to multiple suppliers for products and cutting it very fine, for things that we knew that we needed. Had we been able to accurately programme what we needed to manufacture we would not have had as many issues.

It’s also the aspect of business intelligence; I am used to having dashboards highlighting key things, like profitability per serving location, or profit margins based on individual orders. We can’t successfully do these comparisons with the legacy solution. With Acumatica, we’ll be able to take into consideration all kinds of information like sales discounts and overheads, giving us an insight into what areas need attention across the business. So, there’s lots of intelligence aspects to an ERP system that are going to be vital to Starplan’s growth.

How have your teams reacted to the business change of implementing Acumatica Cloud ERP?

It’s all been about being open with the teams. I’ve been explaining how the implementation process will go, including hurdles we might face. Initially people were cautious to the change. However, once I’ve explained the benefits to them it’s been far easier. For example, our fitting team will be able to order any spare parts whilst still in the buyer’s home, enhancing their job and making their lives easier. It’s this kind of example that has made it much simpler to gain buy-in.

The Future of Starplan

Starplan are looking at increasing their product range for bedrooms and kitchens. Once fully implemented, Acumatica will not only enhance the current customer journey, but also provide extra capacity within the business to develop new and exciting products for the home.

Standardisation of processes and availability of real-time operational data will support the sustained growth of the business by bringing new products and new stores online in record time.

Cedar Bay is proud to be the partner of choice, supporting the strategy of Starplan. We look forward to helping them achieve their goals, without compromising any of the characteristics that make Starplan the trusted brand it is today.

 

Mo-Sys partners with Cedar Bay to implement Acumatica Cloud ERP

Mo-Sys is an industry leader in creating original and highly sophisticated camera technology products for film and broadcast. Specialising in camera tracking, broadcast robotics and camera remote systems, they are passionate about providing their customers with high quality, bespoke solutions. Based in North Greenwich, London and with a satellite office in Los Angeles, USA, Mo-Sys are globally recognised throughout their industry.

As a fast-growing organisation, with the anticipation of growing rapidly in the coming years, Mo-Sys recognised a need to unify its sales and manufacturing processes to scale up production and provide even better customer service.

Mo-Sys will be implementing Acumatica – Manufacturing Edition with CRM, as part of their project to unify their sales and manufacturing processes. Acumatica will allow for a streamlined operation and increased visibility throughout their processes, giving them a solution that can support them on their continued journey of growth.

We were really impressed by the breadth of functionality that Acumatica Cloud ERP offered out of the box. Having previously implemented IFS for a larger business I was reconciled to making compromises with a mid-market appropriate solution. However, the combination of Cedar Bay experience and Acumatica depth gives me every confidence this will be a lasting partnership in support of our growth goals.Nick Barthee, Director of Operations, Mo-Sys Engineering.

The Cedar Bay team are looking forward to working closely with the team at Mo-Sys to help support their operations with the Manufacturing Edition of Acumatica Cloud ERP, the world’s fastest-growing cloud ERP platform. Steve Fletcher, Director of Acumatica Practice at Cedar Bay commented on our new partnership,Mo-Sys are right at the heart of UK based, hi-tech innovation. I’m so pleased to be supporting their ambitions to be a global leader in video production and camera robotics.”

About Cedar Bay

Cedar Bay provide solutions to businesses to help improve their business processes. We focus on long-term partnerships with our customers to ensure that they have a business management solution that will help support their business both now and into the future.

To find out more about how we can help your business succeed with the right ERP solution, please get in touch with the team today.

 

About Mo-Sys

We are constantly striving to improve our products for clients. We always speak directly to the industry’s leading companies and listen to their ever-changing needs, providing them with our expertise and technical development.

Whether is it for a live on-air production, the latest Netflix series, or bespoke projects such as our work on the academy award-winning film Gravity, we always ensure our systems are successfully installed and optimized for production.

The food production industry has made great strides in supporting the growing demand for balanced diets in the UK. With the average shopping basket including less and less calories, sugars and salt, the public are starting to take their health seriously. From a production point of view, producers must start to get much more closely involved in public health issues, to support the need for a healthier population.

For example, in 2019 one of our customers Mademoiselle Desserts removed around 32 tons of sugar from their range and have been focusing on using less salt, sugar and fat whilst preserving flavours and textures.

Being mindful that consumers are looking for more nutritional products on the supermarket shelves, food producers are continuously looking to develop innovative approaches to products and product development. However, it’s not all about the innovative ideas. Supporting the innovation within your business with the right ERP solution, can help you manage that process far more effectively.

 

Recipe Development

 

From healthy snacks and ready-to-go meals, driven by busy lifestyles, the demands from the consumer are ever-changing. Food and beverage manufacturers must improve operational efficiencies and update their processes to be able to respond quickly to market trends. Competition when it comes to ‘health brands’ can be fierce and being able to better compete with new entrants to the market who specialise in these trends can be tough.

Responding to market changes like these quickly and effectively can be made easier with the right ERP solution. ERP platforms can support you in formulating new products and recipes to meet evolving customer requirements and trends. Not only that but you can gain greater control with recipe management, making new product development a far smoother process.

Transparency

Beyond the label matters. A greater demand for healthier food products, has been coupled with desire for more knowledge about the food that people are consuming. People want to know how a product has been produced and where products have come from. People want to purchase honest, responsible products, that are not only better for the environment, but their health and are demanding greater insight into items before they’ll consider a purchase. To be able to provide your customers with full traceability of their food items, requires a total end-to-end solution.

Data Insights and Competition

When utilising the right ERP solution you can start to take advantage of the data you have available. You can begin to understand your customers in better detail, with accurate, real-time information. This all plays a part in helping you meet customer demand effectively, with the products that your consumers desire.

With such a shift in the way people are choosing to eat, the growth within the healthy foods market continues. To face this challenge head on and deal with competitor activity in the marketplace, a modern ERP solution is vital to supporting success. From dealing with movements in the prices of commodity goods, through to managing government rules and regulations, embracing technology and digital transformation in such a demanding environment is required to remain competitive.

Ever-changing customer requirements

With a centralised database within your ERP solution you can see your efficiency vastly improve. In the food industry, simple access to data makes it easier to monitor and track perishable stock throughout the supply chain – giving true field to fork traceability. Coupled with demand forecasting capabilities within the ERP solution, it becomes far easier to predict demand and safeguard against waste and surplus stock.

Our diets connect personal and public health with global environmental sustainability. On people’s quests to develop a healthy diet and lifestyle, often eating sustainably comes hand in hand. Our customer, Jones Food Company, provides a further example of how specialists in the food and beverage industry are responding to changing consumer demands. Operating in the herb sector, they specialise in vertical farming, meaning they can grow produce all year round in the UK, giving continuity of supply, shorter growing time-frame and a reduced carbon footprint without reliance on imports. This ability to grow healthy, fresh produce all year round, gives people continued, affordable access to produce regardless of season.

Today market changes and fluctuations are happening in all areas of the food industry and are driven by a variety of health factors. Our customers are constantly monitoring these demands, including one of our customers, who specialise in herbs and salads. For them, staying aware of the most popular ingredients and general food trends can help them present to market in the most effective way possible. For example, in 2021 the herb market saw a growth of around 23%, driven by an increase in home cooking. Coupled with an increase in the interest of the nutritional and medicinal benefits of natural products, has resulted in a real demand for traditional herbs. Recognising and responding to these kinds of trends proactively is increasingly important to maintain a competitive edge.

Partnering for success

It’s clear to see that diet and health trends are considerably impacting the way in which the food and beverage industry operates. It’s also increasingly clear that technological advancements and support are key to helping businesses differentiate themselves and remain competitive in such demanding environments. Here at Cedar Bay we’ve got years of experience supporting food and beverage companies with their ERP implementations, to ensure that they are in the perfect position to keep up with the demands of the future.

Labour and skills shortages in the F&B manufacturing industry aren’t exactly new topics, but throw in a global pandemic, coupled with Brexit and the employment difficulties just keep increasing. The industry is reporting a widespread lack of staff. This goes beyond roles within manufacturing facilities, it also includes roles such as fruit and vegetable pickers, meat processors and HGV drivers.

Food and beverage producers have started to turn to several solutions to help solve this worker challenge, but there’s no easy way out. A combination of new operational processes, training opportunities and salary requirements are needed to be able to help battle this problem and meet the staffing needs across the industry. Whilst the industry needs to begin to address labour shortages today, it’s unlikely that this challenge will go away anytime soon.

How to tackle it?

With these ongoing shortages, it’s important that businesses look for new ways of working that don’t require bringing on even more people. Whilst some companies have turned to temporary workers to fill their gaps, it doesn’t offer a permanent solution or even fill the skills requirements necessary to carry out some of the roles.

Leaders in the field are recognising the need to adopt new technology to maximise scarce labour resources, support workforces and ramp up new hires as quickly as possible. Automation can offload time-consuming daily tasks, helping to increase operational efficiency with less resource. Automation is key to being able to help utilise the workers already in the industry, attract new workers and ultimately increase employee satisfaction to maintain staffing levels. Streamlining business operations can make a massive difference in the way in which your staff are able to work and the time which it takes them to carry out daily tasks.

The role of an ERP

Modern technology can also support a faster on-boarding process of new workers, helping to provide more information and supporting their productivity. Showing a strong interest in utilising technology to support your business processes can also be an attractive aspect to younger talents, helping increase your opportunities of gaining and maintaining new entrants into the market.

ERP platforms bring a new way to help increase automation and improve efficiency throughout your business, supporting your workers and helping you work in a smarter way. Implementing an ERP solution can help you address labour shortages, but also support your teams, helping you maintain employee morale and job satisfaction. Embracing digital transformation is a key factor in overcoming this challenge within the industry.

If you’re interested in discovering more about how we can help you overcome these challenges, please get in touch with our team!

 

Project Etopia partners with Cedar Bay to implement Acumatica Cloud ERP.

Project Etopia is at the forefront of delivering using modern methods of construction for a more sustainable, efficient, and resilient approach to Net Zero carbon buildings. The sustainable building systems that Project Etopia produce enables contractors, developers, and housing providers to deliver Net Zero carbon homes that are built to last, to be energy efficient and affordable. Creating socially impactful, innovative low carbon building and communities, Project Etopia aim to solve the global housing and environmental crises for the foreseeable.

Project Etopia required a solution that can support modern methods of construction (MMC) in a manufacturing context. The Acumatica Construction Edition is tailored to the construction industry to give a complete, real-time view of businesses anytime, anywhere. Providing a complete, mobile-enabled, cloud-based business management platform that will slot seamlessly into the Project Etopia back office.

“We quickly identified Acumatica as the right platform for us. We need cutting edge technology combined with industry-specific functionality that will grow with us. Acumatica really stood out in that regard. When we first engaged with Cedar Bay we knew we’d identified a team of professionals that we could work with, and that truly understood our mission.”

– Bill Hampton , Head of Manufacturing and Product Development at Project Etopia.

Built on cloud and mobile technology with a unique customer-centric licensing model, Acumatica Construction Edition delivers a suite of fully integrated construction software, including financials with job cost accounting, project management, field service, CRM and mobile. This enables teams to get the latest project reports, contracts, budgets, change orders, invoices, purchase orders, and job costs from wherever they are.

“Project Etopia are one of the most innovative organisations in the construction space right now. We are delighted to be supporting their mission to deliver sustainable housing at scale. The modern, open technology platform of Acumatica provides the best foundation for a combined solution stack that delivers the unique needs of construction.”

– Steve Fletcher, Acumatica Practice Director at Cedar Bay.

Cedar Bay is looking forward to embarking on this new partnership with Project Etopia and striving for a more sustainable future within construction together.

About Cedar Bay

Cedar Bay provide solutions to businesses to help improve their business processes. We focus on long-term partnerships with our customers to ensure that they have a business management solution that will help support their business both now and into the future.

To find out more about how we can help your business succeed with the right ERP solution, please get in touch with the team today.

Take a look here to find out more about Acumatica Construction Edition.

We’re pleased to announce that Venture Engineering has selected Cedar Bay as their Acumatica Cloud ERP solution partner.

Venture Engineering provide cutting-edge engineering skills and expertise to clients across the globe. Based in Witney, Oxfordshire, the business has been growing fast and needed a modern business management solution to support them on their journey.

Their team is made up of highly skilled engineers and technicians born out of the ever-growing world of motorsport and take on everything from fabrication of parts for Formula One cars, to designing and manufacturing prototype components for the green energy storage system. They cater to the privateer racing and historic motorsport audience, alongside niche projects for well-known racing brands.

Venture Engineering will be implementing a fully hosted Acumatica Cloud ERP solution (Manufacturing Edition), along with Project Accounting. They’re excited to see where Acumatica and Cedar Bay can take their business. Commenting on our partnership, Adrian Perkins, Operations Director of Venture Engineering said “We’re confident that Acumatica Cloud ERP will provide the best future-proof platform to support our growing business streamlining our processes and allow us to gain more meaningful insights into our operations.”

Steve Fletcher, Head of Acumatica Practice at Cedar Bay is looking forward to working closely with the Venture Engineering Team, “The UK has long been a world leader in the field of motorsport engineering and it’s fantastic to see Venture continue that trend. Growth friendly licensing and the extensive, cross-functional capabilities of Acumatica will ensure continued competitive advantage as they scale up and grow.”

 About Cedar Bay

Cedar Bay provide solutions to businesses to help improve their business processes. We focus on long-term partnerships with our customers to ensure that they have a business management solution that will help support their business both now and into the future.

To find out more about how we can help your business succeed with the right ERP solution, please get in touch with the team today.

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