We have always had a great relationship with Taurus and appreciate the things their software enables us to do.
Redwood City, CA (PRWEB) June 16, 2011
Taurus Software, a premier provider of business intelligence solutions for multi-channel retailers, released their latest case study on USI’s experience with their Manage Metrix business intelligence solution.
Read the case study on Manage Metrix's blog at http://blog.managemetrix.com or in the attached pdf.
The leading marketer of roll and pouch laminating machines and films, binding equipment and supplies, USI, Inc., serves a wide array of government, education and business customers through its multi-channel distribution network. Yet, after more than 30 years of successful operations and growth, the company’s inventory processes were showing their age as people continued to rely on limited systems, manual processes and yesterday’s data as the basis for critical decision-making.
“Some of the things we needed to do were simply not possible with our existing tools or were extremely time consuming – involving complicated spreadsheets and countless hours trying to drill down to the level of detail we needed,” said Peter Frega, director of operations for USI, Inc. “We have always had a great relationship with Taurus and appreciate the things their software enables us to do. With their knowledge of our systems and processes, it seemed part of a natural evolution to move forward with Manage Metrix” Frega said.
About Taurus Software
At Taurus Software, “making data liquid” means helping turn data into business intelligence, smart decisions, and competitive advantages – the lifeblood of your company. Taurus products include a variety of applications developed to help clients get more from their data by allowing them to Move, Map, Measure, and Manage data regardless of where it resides within business systems. To learn more about Taurus Software and our offerings designed for various data platforms and applications, call 650-482-2022 ext. 1, or visit http://www.taurus.com.
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