Kerridge Commercial Systems Case Study: Bathstore

In 2002, Bathstore conducted an assessment to determine if its IT infrastructure could support its growing business. At the time, Bathstore consisted of 10 branches, with a new 80,000-square-foot warehouse due to open soon after. Bathstore quickly determined that implementing a new IT system was essential. Download this case study to find out why Kerridge Commercial Systems’ K8 system turned out to be the ideal solution.

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