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Management data system

Construction company Amey has selected AMCS’s Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system to manage its waste treatment facilities.

Initially the software will support operations at Amey’s Waste Management Park at Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire. The 400-acre facility employs a range of recycling and processing technologies including mechanical biological treatment, in-vessel composting and a MRF to process mixed recyclables.

The ERP system will replace a number of existing systems to ensure that all the operational functions on-site are fully integrated.

It will also provide detailed cross-business information on waste movements, helping to identify areas for operational efficiency and optimising the amount of material that can be recycled or recovered for reuse.

Functions covered by the AMCS system include contract management and customer service, planning and logistics, weighbridge and stock levels, treatment processes, material sales, key performance indicators and management reporting.

Jimmy Martin, AMCS chief executive, said: “The end-to-end capability of the ERP system provides full operational visibility, and the powerful management data it generates will support Amey in maximising the potential of its valuable secondary resources.”

Amey business improvement manager Stephen Kendall added: “The system allows significant modernisation of the way we manage our business, including mobile applications to help manage our operations, a dedicated client web portal and Google map integration.”  

www.amcsgroup.com  

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