simPRO integrates with BGW Group
Job management software company simPRO has announced an integration with BGW Group in Australia, which will allow simPRO users to automatically import catalogue and supplier invoices from CNW Electrical Wholesale and Energy Solutions, Sherriff Electrical Wholesalers or Samios Plumbing Supplies.
Tradespeople working with BGW Group will no longer need to manually transfer pricing and invoicing, and this is expected to help further streamline the trade services industry.
“Time spent on administrative tasks, especially data transfer and electronic filing, is time taken from a business’s ability to service clients and obtain new projects,” said simPRO Chief Technology Officer Jonathan Eastgate.
“Trade service contractors affiliated with our new partner, BGW Group, who use simPRO Service and Enterprise in Australia, will be able to log into their online account and see that their invoices and price lists will always be up to date.”
BGW Group is a major supplier of goods and services to trade service industries across Australia. Chief Information Officer David Dean said the integration would help establish a new framework for efficiency, which would likely impact the whole industry.
“In this business, it is vital that things are done as efficiently as possible. It is a tale all too familiar where a job has been held up by logistical issues caused by administration delays.
“We are excited to be integrating with simPRO because it means we are ironing out the bumps in the job process and making everything that little bit more convenient, and when the process is easier for one, then the positive effects are felt by everyone.”
simPRO has also made integration deals with MM Electrical Merchandising and Lawrence and Hanson (L&H) in the past. “The integration with BGW Group will help lay the foundation for the additional integration deals with simPRO in the future.”
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