Special CounterAct user meeting

Published:  07 October, 2013

Border Merchant Systems planned to hold its annual user meeting for its northern customers in November, but due to the company’s recent acquisition by Shuttleworth Business Systems, it has now decided to make the event available to all users.

Because of the high level of interest, Border will hold two separate meetings - the first in the afternoon of 13 November and the second on the morning of 14 November. Both meetings will take place at Shuttleworth’s offices in Kettering, Northamptonshire.

This free event will be an ideal opportunity for users to meet the new owners and hear about their future development plans for both Border and CounterAct.

On the agenda will be an review of CounterAct enhancements in the last 12 months. Border will also be demonstrating how to use CounterAct to run a loyalty card scheme, options for web integration and E-Bay trading as well as schemes to trade with local authorities electronically.

Finally, CounterAct users will see details of the future development roadmap for the system as well as get first site of the new CounterAct Dashboard.

For more information, visit www.bordermerchantsystems.co.uk or to receive a CounterAct information pack in the post, call Border Merchant Systems on 01600 715139 or email sales@bordermerchantsystems.co.uk.

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