Seafood company Sealord is looking for a replacement for its Geac ERP system. The Nelson-based company has been using Geac’s green-screen Fact i/2 system for 13 years.
Sealord IS manager Andrew Dean says globalisation is driving the move and the company is looking for a new system which can handle multiple companies, currencies and international expansion.
The Sealord Group operates facilities in New Zealand, the UK and China and a marketing network throughout Asia, North America, Europe and Australasia. It is looking for an international system which covers financials, process manufacturing, purchasing, inventory and sales.
The tender closes on May 23 and Dean says the company is aiming to have chosen a system by September.