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"Ground-breaking" deal as DS Smith Recycling chooses Quirius software

Paper recycler DS Smith Recycling, formerly known as Severnside Recycling, has signed a multi-million pound contract with IT specialist Quirius UK to take on its enterprise resource planning software solution Enwis.

The “ground-breaking” deal will see Quirius’ technology used by one of the largest organisations in the waste and recycling industry.

Designed for the recycling and waste management sector, Enwis will provide DS Smith Recycling with the ability to log accounts, sales, purchases, contract management, waste tracking and analysis, fleet management, equipment hire and human resource management in one software system.

Qurius director Jason Fazackerley said: “This is a ground breaking deal, both for Qurius and the waste and recycling industry as a whole. To gain the confidence and trust of one of the industry’s largest organisations is a strong positive message to the whole market that Qurius has the right products coupled with advance service, support and deployment capabilities. We expect this deal to be the catalyst for similar successes over the coming months and years.”

DS Smith Recycling carried out a thorough selection process before choosing Qurius’ software based on Microsoft Dynamics NAV.

DS Smith Recycling managing director Peter McGuiness added:  “We are always striving to exceed the expectations of our customers and we identified that a new integrated business systems application would enable us to do exactly that. The implementation of this solution is a major priority for our organisation and one that will help us grow and develop profitably.”

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