Border User Meetings to demonstrate the latest CounterAct Updates

Published:  11 August, 2016

Border Merchant Systems will be hosting two Customer User Meetings in September.

The User Meetings are designed to really help CounterAct users get the most from their investment in the system. They are also a great networking opportunity for clients to exchange thoughts, views and ideas on how they are using their CounterAct technology.

The day will include a full review of the CounterAct developments during the last 12 months, including a first sight of new enhancements that will be in the latest release - CounterAct issue 2-5C. All users receive system issues as part of their support contract.

Border will demonstrate how it can provide merchants with tailor-made trading websites that are fully integrated with CounterAct by using Magento Web-based platforms.

Other developments to be presented will include the latest CounterAct Mobile Apps – including stock check and purchase order apps, as well as a look at a bespoke mobile app project that Border has just completed. Border will also discuss options to speed up the purchase invoice matching process including EDI and the Lexmark/ReadSoft cloud system.

To finish, there will be a review from the support department and discussions on Border’s future development plans for CounterAct. The user meeting is a vital tool in providing feedback from users on what additional facilities they wish to see added to CounterAct in the future.

The meetings will take place on:

  • 27 September – Chepstow Racecourse, Monmouthshire
  • 28 September – Harborough Innovation Centre, Market Harborough, Leicestershire.

The User Meetings are free and available to all current CounterAct users. For further information or to book a place please contact the support department at Border Merchant Systems at support@bordermerchantsystems.co.uk.

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