GET Electric is a supplier of end-to-end electric vehicle charging infrastructure including pay-per-use charging units and remote management software across Australia. Australia’s leading supplier of electric vehicle charging infrastructure, GET Electric engaged MicroChannel to help streamline their systems, accelerate their growth and consolidate their market position.
Initial Challenges faced by GET Electric
While GET Electric were early adopters when it came to electric vehicle charging technology, their manual business systems were holding them back
No ability to integrate with suppliers, customers and Government systems restricted partnerships
Lack of real-time reporting and centralised data slowed decision-making
With bold plans to dominate a relatively untapped market, they needed an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system with the speed, flexibility and scale to move at the speed of their business
A national network of suppliers, chargers and distributors powered by one central system
As early adopters in a rapidly evolving industry, the business can now quickly adapt to future demand.
Learn more about EDI – ERP Connector that allows you to exchange business documents such as Orders, Shipments and Invoices easily and effectively between your ERP system and your customers/suppliers. EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) reduces the need for paper, emails, or people as it automates document processing in the background.
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How to adapt faster, work smarter and perform better
This guide will be beneficial to New Zealand’s small and mid-sized businesses that are considering implementing an ERP solution. It will assist you in understanding the basics of ERPs as you take the first steps towards implementation.
The research in this guide will assist you in establishing the right foundations, so your ERP project will achieve measurable benefit to your business. It will help you to:
Understand what an ERP is
Be up to date with current industry trends
Identify signs that you should consider a new ERP
Understand how to pick the right ERP
Evaluate ERP implementation partners
Know the key ERP vendors to consider
Use the ERP Buyers’ Guide to find the right-fit solution for your requirements. For relevant case studies, search our case study archives. You can also view all our downloadable resources for more information.
Carman’s has been committed to creating delicious breakfast and snacking products, made from the most wholesome ingredients. Founded by Carolyn Creswell, then an 18-year-old university student, the brand has evolved into Australia’s number one nutritious snacking brand, but remains true to its core purpose – making real food, with real passion.
Initial Challenge faced by Carman’s
Entry level software that can’t meet their increasing demands
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Pittella produces luxury Italian designed and manufactured architectural door and bathroom fittings, operating out of Melbourne in Australia. The business understood the importance of leveraging a world-class CRM that enables them to keep pace with growing customer expectations in the marketplace. The sales team needed to stay on top of clients and having a dedicated CRM that provides great sales visibility and forecasting was critical to better decision making. That’s when Dynamics 365 Sales and Microsoft Gold Partner MicroChannel stepped in to make it all happen.
Initial Challenge faced by Pittella
No dedicated CRM, previously extracting sales data out of MYOB Advanced – became expensive and difficult to customise
Keep pace of growing B2B customer expectations and sales opportunities
Identify who their paying customers are and the different types of customers
Build automated leads list
Improved sales visibility and reporting
Plans and strategies to facilitate progression year goals