Kerridge Commercial Systems Case Study: Haldane Fisher Ltd

UK-based Haldane Fisher is a leading independent supplier to the construction industry. The company had grown through acquisition and had three separate character-based computer systems. Consolidating these IT systems into a single solution was a natural, if challenging path. Download this case study to find out why Kerridge Commercial Systems’ K8 system was the best fit for this expanding, forward-looking company.

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