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WS Packaging implements Radius Solutionsí PECAS Vision

March 18, 2008

WS Packaging Group, headquartered in Algoma, WI, USA, has implemented Radius Solutionsí PECAS Vision business information management/enterprise resource planning system at three of its sites.

WS Packaging Group, headquartered in Algoma, WI, USA, has implemented Radius Solutions’ PECAS Vision business information management/enterprise resource planning system at three of its sites, and has plans to install it at its remaining fifteen facilities.

WS Packaging Group, one of the largest package printing and converting companies in North America, says it chose the Radius Solutions product because of its need to move to a single integrated business platform so the company could standardize business operations across facilities, embrace Lean Manufacturing practices, and gain access to a single source of business information for all of its operations. Company executives wanted the ability to monitor all areas of business decision making and to see how resources could be moved between facilities to maximize efficiency.

“Many companies say they have a truly integrated system, but Radius Solutions can actually deliver – from time and attendance and shop floor Management – all the way through to product shipment and invoicing,” says Bill Challoner, VP of business and market development at WS Packaging.

Radius Solutions, based in Chicago, provides business information management systems and services designed to fit the needs of the printing and packaging industries.

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