Software firm OrderWise offers £1.8 million in free licences to support customers


A tech company which provides business management software for more than 1,500 companies across the UK is offering additional user licenses for free to customers. Lincolnshire-based OrderWise is giving customers £1.8 million in free software licences to support them as their teams move to work remotely.

The aim is to help businesses across logistics, ecommerce and wholesale – many of which are fundamentally important to keeping the supply chain moving with essential items. The support package has also been developed to help facilitate safer working practices for their teams as social distancing protocols are brought into place.

The extra licences will not only enable their customers across the UK the flexibility to work from home, but also keep these businesses up and running throughout the COVID-19 crisis.

Commenting on the package, managing director David Hallam said :

“There has never been a time when it has been more critical to ensure not only our own continuity of business, but that of our clients too. With this offer we want to reassure all of our customers that we are here to do what we can to guide them through this unprecedented situation.

“By offering further licenses to our customers free of charge, we hope it goes some way to simplifying the process of maintaining the health and safety of their teams while minimising impact on day-to-day operations.”

The additional software licences, which will be free for the next three months, will enable the swift re-structuring of operations and enable continuity as businesses rush to get ahead of the ongoing Coronavirus crisis.

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