Strong Growth for LINKFRESH

14 March, 2016, Cambridge, UK

Fresh food supply chain software specialist LINKFRESH Group saw year-on-year revenue increases of 38.5 per cent in its delivery services and 9.7 per cent in support services in 2015.

Group revenue from software enhancement fees increased by almost 40 per cent as the firm continued along a strong growth trajectory.

This growth and a significant rise in LINKFRESH’s UK order book enabled the enterprise resource planning software firm to continue to invest 10 per cent of its costs into R&D.

Speaking about the company’s growth figures Bob Mann, Chairman at LINKFRESH, said:

“2015 was a great year for us as a company. We achieved tremendous growth and saw a number of our existing clients upgrade to our latest software enhancements”

“Looking forward to 2016, the future looks very bright. We will continue to expand our industry-specific software portfolio further, bringing increasingly innovative solutions to market, ensuring that our order book continues to rise.

“The need for suppliers to ensure that their IT systems are not outdated has never been more urgent. Cutting-edge solutions, which allow produce to be traced from ‘farm to fork’ in real time, are demanded by a rising number of retailers, driven themselves by consumer demand.

“Our strong performance puts us in a great position to reach out to suppliers and provide the technology they need to ensure they can meet these requirements.”

LINKFRESH recently announced the latest release of LINKFRESH ERP for the Microsoft Dynamics NAV platform.

This enhanced software included a number of new features including catch weight, which allows produce to be measured and invoiced in pieces of kilograms, the incorporation of global trade item numbers and case management capability

These new features followed enhancements to software on the Microsoft Dynamics AX platform which included advanced mobile warehousing and quality control, improved transportation management and access to third party services.

 

Related articles