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WM Coulthard oils its IT systems with K8 ERP

Datawright, a KCS company has announced that Wm Coulthard has invested in its K8 manufacturing ERP software. The company provides lubrication and packaged systems that are used across the globe. The K8 solution includes manufacturing modules such as Bill of Materials, asset management, stock control, purchasing, sales order processing. works orders, traceability, MRP and Shop…

Kerridge snaps up Lakeview

Kerridge Commercial Systems (KCS) has announced that is has reached an agreement to acquire Lakeview Computers (Lakeview). Lakeview is a small ISV founded in 1986 targetting the SME market with customised ERP applications based on LV ERP. They have about 300 customers across the UK in several industries including food and beverage, wholesale & distribution…

Longwater Construction rejects cloud

Kerridge Commercial Systems has announced that Longwater Construction Supplies Ltd and Longwater (South East) Ltd will deploy K8 ERP system. Surprisingly it has opted to deploy the solution on-premises. It will support 30 users at Costessey. Longwater operates across four locations. In addition to its head office at Costessey it has three quarries at Coxford Abbey,…

Dancik International and Mincron transform to KCS

In a brief announcement Kerridge Commercial Systems (KCS) has announced that it will rebrand both of its North American acquisitions Dancik International and Mincron. They will now operate as Kerridge Commercial Systems (KCS). KCS acquired Dancik International in July 2015 and Mincron a year later. The announcement comes just before the first KCS North America…

Mincron turns on Tap at Niklas Supply

Mincron has announced that Niklas Supply inc has selected K8 ERP to replace their aging system. Niklas Supply Inc is a family owned and run business that operates out of five locations in the Pittsburgh region of Pennsylvania. Founded in 1956 is sells to both trade and consumer markets. The press release did not explicitly…

KCS acquires IQ Retail ERP business

Kerridge Commercial Systems (KCS) has announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire IQ Retail. Founded in 1986 and based in Stellenbosch, South Africa IQ Retail is a software development company that creates retail and ERP solutions. It is the leading POS solution in South Africa and is distributed through 160 business partners across…

KCS gets Integrity in South Africa

Kerridge Commercial Systems (KCS) has announced that it is to acquire Integrity software for an undisclosed sum. Integrity has developed and sold its own ERP solutions for more than 20 years. Based in Johannesburg and with an office in Cape Town the company serves customers in South Africa and surrounding countries. The acquisition will strengthen…

Dancik supports GESCO M&A

  Dancik has completed the implementation if DNAV (Dancik Navigator) at Tierra Sol in under six months.  GESCO, the parent company of Shnier acquired Tierra Sol in April 2016. Shnier is already a user of DNav having implemented it in October 1995. It has been quick to implement DNAV at its new acquisition. M&A Strategy…

Kerridge strengthens assault on US market

Kerridge Commercial Systems (KCS) has announced yet another acquisition in the United States. This time it is Mincron Software systems that has been brought into the group. About a year ago Kerridge acquired Dancik International. The integration of that acquisition appears to be going smoothly one year on with Dancik making sales of KCS applications…

KCS buys Dancik for US expansion

Kerridge Commercial Systems (KCS) has announced that it has reached an agreement to buy Dancik International, an ERP software company that provides integrated software solutions and professional services to the floor covering, ceramic tile, natural stone, and home décor industries. KCS and Dancik powered by IBM Like KCS, Dancik’s software works on the IBM Power…