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Exel Computer Systems explore ERP at MMS

Exel Computer Systems will be exhibiting at the inaugural Manufacturing Management Show, which is being held at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry on 23-24 November.

The company will be demonstrating their EFACS E/8 ERP system, and explaining how it can be integrated into any business of any size. With over three decades of experience in the business software ...
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Mi3 Ltd makes a long-term investment with EFACS E/8

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Listen up! Headsets to keep your tours in tune

When taking guests on a tour of your factory, keeping them safe is always the number one priority. And in noisy working environments, that often means protecting their hearing. Guests fall under individuals that businesses have a legal responsibility to protect under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.

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