No Letting Go Launches Integrated Online Inventory Management System No Letting Go, the UK’s first and longest established inventory management franchise with a network of over 23 offices has launched its latest online management system, designed to meet the needs of
News-Antique.com - May 25,2010 - No Letting Go, the UK’s first and longest established inventory management franchise with a network of over 23 offices has launched its latest online management system, designed to meet the needs of national and regional multi office letting agents and property inventory management companies. The bespoke software, “PIMS”, is unique in that it allows non No Letting Go branded inventory companies access to the system. So in instances where a letting agent is working with No Letting Go as well as additional local suppliers, there is no compromise in terms of the continuity and consistency of the inventory management service, enabling a seamless integration of information. Prospective letting agent clients also have the opportunity to trial the renowned No Letting Go offering with no disruption to any existing service arrangements.
PIMS offers an automatic single ordering point (No Letting Go headquarters or local No Letting Go office) accessible online or by telephone. This, combined with the system’s innovative technology, which boasts secure data storage, easy historic search and photograph storage, ensures that No Letting Go is at the forefront of resolving issues associated with identifying a fully integrated inventory management solution.
Commenting on the software launch, Nick Lyons, managing director says “As a business we have always strived to raise standards within the inventory clerk management sector, and to be recognised as the company responsible for setting the benchmark for excellence in terms of operational and customer care expertise. The new software launch is yet another example of No Letting Go’s commitment to the delivery of an unsurpassable service to letting agents and property management companies”.