SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Computer Guidance Corp., a provider of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, has announced that Sound Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Inc., serving customers in the state of New York and surrounding area, has signed to upgrade to Computer Guidance’s latest ERP platform — Hosted eCMS v.4.0.
The New York-based HVACR contractor will rely on Computer Guidance’s core financial applications, equipment accounting, job costing, payroll, order processing, purchasing, human resources, time and material billing, project management, service management applications, and a number of productivity tools to manage its HVAC systems design and implementation business for commercial and industrial buildings.
“We are always focused on improving our customers’ experiences and our teams’ overall productivity. By upgrading to Computer Guidance’s cloud-based Hosted eCMS v.4.0 platform, we will have greater visibility to our operations and financial performance leveraging many advanced productivity tools such as business intelligence, enterprise content management, and more,” said Steve Marentis, president, Sound Refrigeration & Air Conditioning. “eCMS v.4.0 allows for data transparency among users, departments, and disciplines that drives improved productivity and ultimately improved customer service and experience.”
“Information is the most vital asset to any enterprise. And delivering the critical data users need depends on fast, reliable, and integrated applications which is what our eCMS v.4.0 ERP platform is all about,” said Mike Bihlmeier, president of Computer Guidance Corp. “Our customers need visibility into their operations and financials in order to identify and quickly resolve problems or act upon opportunities before they impact their businesses. With our innovative Business Intelligence and Analytics applications, eCMS v.4.0 customers are armed with a variety of tools that serve up business-critical data when, where, and in ways it is needed.”
For more information, visit www.computerguidance.com.
Publication date: 3/23/2015