Anglia Business Solutions announces the release of a new LINKFresh Customer Case Study for Portsmouth Port Terminal Operators MMD (Shipping Services) Ltd. This highlights the substantial cost savings and competitive advantages of implementing a fully integrated modern ERP solution.

The Cargo Management and Vessel Discharge system handles all aspects of the shipping, warehouse, transport, financial and administrative processes involved in the importation of fruit. The Microsoft Dynamics NAV based LINKFresh solution includes the integration of ships manifest information, inventory management, quality control, sales and purchase order processing, financial accounting and mobile applications into a single real time information system. The full case study can be viewed at

As MMD Director Martin Putman summarises, “The solution now matches our preferred working practices. Our processes are now more efficient, administrative costs have been reduced, customer service and staff morale improved and we have sharpened our competitive edge. The combination of timely claims processes, resource redeployment and improved cash flow has already produced annual savings of over £300,000 per annum.” Putman continues, “The recently announced Del Monte contract is an excellent example where linking our systems has already produced significant mutually beneficial efficiencies”.

“The MMD (Shipping Services) solution ideally illustrates the business benefits of investing in a fully integrated Microsoft based ERP system” commented Anglia’s Commercial Director Robert Frost. “The world class technology incorporated into the application has helped the MMD management team to transform the organisation using real time information as a competitive aid. The Anglia and MMD delivery teams collaborated superbly to successfully deploy this showcase project. Both teams are to be congratulated on their achievements”.

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