When Ainsworth Game Technology began to research how they could use technology to step up their ERP processes and stay ahead of the game, Pronto’s experience in the industry, meant we were ready to help.
It was apparent that FBA Imports’ IT system was holding the company back. Pronto was chosen to provide the computing infrastructure to underpin its future expansion.
Hart Sport’s IT system was struggling to keep up with the company’s rapid growth. With four warehouses in Australia and New Zealand and over 25,000 customers, it needed an integrated supply chain system, and it needed it fast.
Herschend Family Entertainment (HFE) owns, manages and operates 26 themed properties and attractions across the USA with an annual revenue of around $400 million and upwards of 10,000 park staff during peak season.
RSEA had rapidly outgrown its software systems but any alternative needed to be up and running quickly, easy to use and able to be managed by its one-person IT department.
As it grew, Salon First added different business management and IT solutions into the mix, only to find after a few years that each one had shortcomings and none were working together.
Following the acquisition of Hardy Brothers Jewellers and a decade of strong growth, Wallace Bishop realised it desperately needed to consolidate and upgrade its computer management systems.