Charente (now Harrison Maritime) is a group of companies with a long tradition in the nautical sector. The Charente Group of companies has a proud history in the marine industry and includes Lilley and Gillie Ltd who are one of the world’s leading suppliers of nautical equipment, instruments and navigation charts. There was a requirement to find an ERP system which would allow them to control three diverse sites across the UK, improve efficiencies and promote further growth.
Charente recognised that they did not have the in-house expertise and so turned to Gradient for expert help and advice in selecting their new business system. Following the selection Charente continued to use Gradient to project manage the implementation.
Gradient led the implementation project, working closely with Charente’s internal teams and the system vendor, across all three of their UK sites, in Liverpool, North Shields and the manufacturing plant in Birmingham.
"We relied heavily on Gradient for project managing the implementation and working with the system supplier to ensure they met all their timescales and requirements. One of the big pluses was that our IT department and staff were able to get on with day-to-day tasks with minimum disruption. Without Gradient we couldn’t have done it. Stephanie and her team delivered."Chris Taylor
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