Integreater boosts SI customer base

Meat and poultry processing software company Systems Integration (SI) has doubled its customer base since launching the Integreater brand in 2010.

The Staffordshire-based company, which provides solutions to meat and poultry processors, said its support and development teams have also grown during this period, with staff levels rising by more than 60%.

MD Rob Stephens said he was proud of the achievements: “I’m pleased to say that, in addition to significantly developing our customer base during a recession, we’ve maintained healthy profit levels throughout this period of growth. We’ve also worked hard to develop strong partnerships with our loyal customer base and have an unprecedented client retention rate.”

SI, which was established in 1992, now works with a wide range of food manufacturers across the world. The Integreater solution is a modular, factory ERP system for meat processors that connects the factory floor and office.

Stephens added: “More and more meat and poultry processors are recognising the importance of the right business management software. Over the past few years the recession has put a strain on already tight profit margins in the food sector and, to make matters worse, processors have also faced a backdrop of food scares, as well as increasing customer and legislative demands. Despite this, we’ve experienced our fastest period of growth during this time. This is because our software not only enables users to quickly and easily demonstrate traceability; it also provides them with the live tools they need to maximise profitability, even during tough market conditions.

“I would like to thank all of our customers for their loyalty, as well as our staff, who have worked hard to acquire and support these clients. In 2015 we hope to help even more food processors maximise their profitability, particularly those in the meat and poultry sector.”

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