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Wholesale Furniture Brokers Contracts with Les Services SiPD

Online furniture retailer Wholesale Furniture Brokers has tapped Les Services SiPD to configure its cloud-based software to help manage growth of its business.

By partnering with SiPD, the retailer said it will be able to better manage current growth and facilitate future growth. Wholesale Furniture Brokers said the technology will also help the company open retail stores across Canada. 

“We are very excited about our decision to partner with SiPD,” said Sergei Tashlikowich, president and CEO. “Our current patchwork of systems is impeding our ability to grow sustainably, and we strongly believe that Acumatica’s http://www.acumatica.com cloud computing platforms and services will help us to organize, systemize, manage, and automate business operations so that we can better allocate our resources to focus on providing exceptional customer service as well as opportunities for growth.”

Under the partnership, SiPD will configure Acumatica’s cloud-based enterprise resource planning software to allow for integration of additional retail channels. The ERP is expected to be live by the end of the year.

SiPD partnered with Acumatica in 2009 and has adapted the platform for the Canadian market by producing a language pack that allows Canadian businesses to work in either English or French to suit the preferences of vendors and customers. SiPD has also developed a Canadian payroll module.

“Wholesale Furniture Brokers will benefit from Acumatica by adding systems for analyzing data, synchronizing currencies for transacting in U.S. dollars, processing orders, and managing inventory with increased accuracy and efficiency,” said Pierre Dussault, Les Services SiPD CEO.




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