Iptor Supply Chain Systems (Iptor), a leader in supply chain management, planning and logistics software and services, today announced the elevation of Mesa Group (Mesa) to Gold Partner status. This award recognises Mesa’s more than 70 successful Iptor solution installations as well as an ongoing
commitment to customer service excellence.
Mesa has a long-standing, trusted relationship with Iptor dating back more than 20 years and was Iptor’s first Americas Certified Business Partner. This strong relationship will continue as a Gold Partner for a broad range of Iptor’s software and services including the flagship ERP solution, Iptor DC1 version 10. Mesa supports multiple Iptor customers across a variety of industries, including pharma, food and industrial equipment distribution. The enhanced relationship means Mesa will be even better positioned to provide the highest levels of local support for new and existing Iptor customers requiring application configuration, upgrades, modification, integration and enhancement services – all leading to improved business efficiency through a more effective IT environment.
Jim Smith, Mesa CEO, said, “We are honored to become an Iptor Gold Partner. We believe that our continued success and growth is totally dependent on helping our clients succeed. Our unique partnership with Iptor allows Mesa to better leverage and expand on our 20 years of experience implementing, training and supporting Iptor’s ERP System. We look forward to continuing our successful partnership for many years to come.”
Jayne Archbold, Iptor CEO, comments, “Iptor customers deserve the best service and support and to deliver this we have to partner with the best – which Mesa undoubtedly is. Not only do they consistently implement Iptor ERP systems with the highest levels of competence, but they also go the extra mile in terms of understanding and meeting customer needs. This builds trust and is why they have a unique success story working with Iptor across North America to help businesses solve their most complex order
management and fulfilment challenges.