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Kerridge Commercial Systems Case Study: Howdens Joinery

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In less than 15 years, Howdens Joinery has grown to become the UK’s leading supplier of kitchens. In 2010, it provided around 4 million kitchen cabinets, 2 million cabinet doors, and 400,000 complete kitchens to 234,000 building trade professionals. Download this case study for details on how Howdens rolled out Kerridge Commercial Systems K8 trading software in record-breaking time—including an amazing 40 depots a week at its peak.


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