E-Max Systems has welcomed not one but two new ERP Consultants to their sales division in response to increasing demand for the manufacturing ERP software.

Steven Todd has been recruited into a new position, with Peter Ironside filling the role recently vacated by Andrew Williams, who left the company in November to pursue a new engineering opportunity.

Steven and Peter join E-Max with a wealth of business to business sales experience. Steven joins E-Max from digital marketing consultancy, SAYU, where his role of Digital Marketing Consultant, had him working with business owners, CEOs and company directors on a daily basis.

“I believe my strategic planning experience and relationship skills will be of great benefit in my new role. Most companies, whether engineering, manufacturing or other, have similar corporate goals of increased sales, reduction in costs and long term growth and, whilst a good marketing strategy is one way to achieve this, ERP is another tool which offers the same outcomes. I am looking forward to working with organisations in the manufacturing and engineering sectors and helping them achieve these goals.” Steven Todd, ERP Consultant

Peter comes to E-Max after 12 years at Infoserve as a Senior Account Manager, specialising in providing digital solutions to SMEs.

“The challenges that SMEs face in the current business climate, with much uncertainty and moving goalposts, are very real. Finding solutions to these challenges and developing long term relationships with businesses to ensure they are able to perform to their best ability is something I am both experienced in and passionate about. I am confident that working with E-Max and their brilliant E-Max ERP software, will help me to continue to do exactly that.” Peter Ironside, ERP Consultant        

2019 has been another strong year for E-Max, with the sales division alone doubling in size since the start of the year. Demand for E-Max’s impressive ERP software, E-Max ERP, continues to grow, particularly in the manufacturing and engineering sectors.

Jason Pritchard, E-Max Systems’ Sales Director, notes, “It has been a fantastic year for E-Max. We have seen some exciting developments within the software, with the addition of new financial functionality, including Making Tax Digital and standard costing which has been extremely popular with finance teams, as well as our new speeds and feeds calculator. This new functionality has made E-Max ERP a very popular solution for manufacturing and engineering organisations and we have seen a big increase in enquiries as our reputation continues grow. Having Steven and Peter join us now will help us manage this increased demand, and allow us to continue to offer quality advice and consultation to companies looking to invest in an ERP system.” 

2020 promises to be another successful year for E-Max Systems with the company planning on expanding their UK operations further south, with the opening of a third UK office in Cardiff later this year.