Geosynthetic Systems is a small North American company specializing in soil management solutions. Its focus is divided between two key markets: heavy construction and landscape construct. As the company’s needs expanded, the limitations of its software became more and more apparent. It wanted to move up to an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system that would support its current and expected growth, but found the process foreign, complex, and seemingly impossible to manage.
Since TEC does not sell software, and has no special arrangements with any vendors in this regard, it is completely impartial, and works exclusively in the best interests of its clients. The fact that TEC’s role was totally unbiased, clearly defined, and targeted at a successful outcome gave Geosynthetic Systems the comfort and confidence it needed to go forward with an ERP selection project that would liberate it from its outdated IT infrastructure.
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