Hide form

When excel is no longer enough for production

4x

greater turnover

100%

overview

0.0

unnecessary work

"Vario saves us a lot of time. It no longer happens that two people unnecessarily do the same work".

Tomáš Rőssner
Company executive at De & Co Hranice


At the mechanical engineering company De & Co Hranice, that today operates with a turnover of sixty million Czech crowns, they used Excel and a simple accounting system until 2016. The company grew and it was no longer able to manage the larger agenda. For this reason it started searching for a comprehensive information system.


"I decided to make the change when I realised how much time we were losing. It happened that two people unnecessarily did the same work. One filled something out into an Excel spreadsheet and the second transcribed the same data into another spreadsheet", explains Company Executive Tomáš Rőssner. The same was true when it came to monitoring completed tasks at the company.


The company sought an ERP that would adapt to custom production. At the same time, they wanted to get a better overview of:

• profitability and status of orders
• agenda of accepted and issued documentation
• state of production


"In addition to this, the price/performance ratio was also important so that the system was able to grow with the company. Vario met all these criteria", adds Rőssner.

Employees learned to use Vario very quickly

"The transition to the new system was flawless, we could invoice immediately. Of course there were some minor issues because people were used to working with something else. But Vario is intuitive, its interface is similar to Microsoft Office programs and so everyone learned quite quickly", explains the executive.

Thanks to Vario, everything is faster and more effective.

Invoicing, production, inventories, orders, projects… all in a single system.

Vario adapted to custom production.

We will help you make business easier

Just leave us your contact details, we will let you know as soon as possible.

* Mandatory fields