Greenville, SC, June 20, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Jobscope, Inc. who delivers a comprehensive ERP solution for order-driven companies, recently held their annual Advisory Council for discussion centered on the JOBSCOPE software solution. Each year, company representatives from nearly a dozen client companies convene for peer discussion opportunities to share their ideas and feedback with Jobscope’s executive management and product development team. The venue is designed to encourage customer interaction, input and feedback as it pertains to Jobscope’s product direction for their engineer-to-order (ETO) and make-to-order (MTO) manufacturing software solution.
Jobscope President Hank Sanders addressed the group reiterating the company’s customer focus and value placed on long-term customer relationships. Appreciation was expressed to the group for helping Jobscope consistently achieve a high, year-over-year customer retention rate. Sanders gave a brief update on Jobscope’s company direction, overall health and stability within the market placing special emphasis on the JOBSCOPE solution as the right tool for ETO/MTO companies during a challenging economy.
Ross Jones, Information Technology Manager with Rosler states, “As a JOBSCOPE customer for the past 6 ½ years, Rosler continues to be impressed with the evolution of the Jobscope Enterprise Edition product and the willingness of the development team to actively solicit, review and implement product improvements from their customer base. We are grateful to have found a premier software partner that understands the unique needs of our order driven, capital equipment manufacturing environment!“
Located in Greenville, South Carolina (US), Jobscope delivers a comprehensive ERP solution for engineer-to-order (ETO) and make-to-order (MTO) manufacturers; and maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) businesses. For over 25 years, customer’s using JOBSCOPE® have improved on-time deliveries, materials management and inventories, data integrity, cost control, job reporting and communications between management, operations and finance. For more information, visit Jobscope.com.