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Dmax opens London Office, Launches ERP Services in Malta

Dmax, together with its new international partners hailing from the communications and branding industry, has recently set up a new business arm in UK with an office in London.

Offering the whole range of IT and Corporate Branding support as Dmax Malta, Dmax & Associates UK Ltd will be managing international projects currently underway. After a number of years experience in the German market, Dmax is now also offering support on INFOR ERP LN (formerly known as BaaN). Dmax, together with its affiliate Partner company Inobis Consulting Group Ltd, was project leader of the BaaN IV implementation project at Vfw AG in1998.

This year, Dmax was appointed project leader for the migration project to INFOR ERP LN F6, the latest and state-of-the-art. ERP system for companies within the production or logistics business.

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), like INFOR ERP LN, is an integrated computer-based system used to manage internal and external resources, including tangible assets, financial resources, materials, and human resources. Built on a centralised database and normally utilising a common computing platform, ERP systems consolidate all business operations into a uniform and enterprise-wide system environment.

Speaking to The Times, Uwe Schoenfeld, Dmax IT Strategy Director, said "After offering ERP consulting services to German and UK clients for more than 15 years, I am proud to work with the highly professional team of Dmax IT experts to introduce that service to the Maltese Market."INFOR is a vendor of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software owned by Infor Global Solutions.

INFOR ERP LN is also the name of the ERP product created by this company. Dmax employs experts with 12 to 20 years of experience in INFOR and BaaN, and offers very competitive rates.

Dmax, founded and run by Ray de Bono (CEO) in 2006, is a branding and IT solutions firms offering Bespoke IT solutions, advanced web-development/GUI and identity creation & maintenance services. Dmax is mostly active in Germany and the UK, managing blue chip projects including the branding of the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation (CTO) based in London, as well as the entire IT strategy and development for reverse-logistics service provider, Vfw GmbH, one of the largest companies in its field based in Germany, amongst others.

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Article show here was published on the 17th of November, 2010 on MaltaTodays' business section.

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