Fife based Cooper Software is an established, family owned software business. They specialise in transforming company operations using leading edge software and technology solutions. To date, the company has delivered solutions to more than 300 blue chip organisations worldwide.
A core offering is IFS, a leading Enterprise Resource Planning software platform which can be delivered on premise or in the cloud. It offers comprehensive modules including asset management, project management and supply chain management.
Cooper Software, together with IFS, help businesses to integrate data and processes across multiple departments and locations, leading to greater operational efficiency. The solution is ideally suited to the whisky industry enabling full control of and real-time visibility into all areas of the business, it enables easy reporting, streamlined processes and increased efficiency, ultimately saving time and money.
Supporting the entire whisky operation from new product development, through to production, quality control, traceability and delivery, the modern platform removes the need to integrate and maintain numerous point solutions in order to run and manage separate areas of the business. IFS connects all business areas within a single database and architecture, reducing the need for interfaces and removing complexity. Key functionality includes; Finance (including HMRC integration); Sales; Purchasing; Inventory; Manufacturing; Human Resources; CRM; Document Management; Service & Maintenance and Project Management, all accessed via a highly intuitive user interface.
IFS’s solution for the Food & Beverage Industry, delivered by Cooper Software, will bring significant benefits to companies operating within the whisky industry, challenging the existing incumbent software solutions within the market.
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