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Krofire Starts at Norgine NorgineBrochure7.jpg (91772 bytes)NorgineBrochure12.jpg (27654 bytes)

 

In late November and early December we started a new Project at Norgine International Ltd. Norgine are a Pharmaceuticals business with Factories in Dreux, France and Hengoed, Wales. Current work is in the Project Planning phase but initial scoping workshops have been conducted at these two sites. Some of the work will be conducted at the Head Office in Harefield just outside of London. The current plan covers work over a two year period and includes FDA CFR Part 11 compliance for the US market.

 

9th December 2004

Krofire welcomes new Referral PartnersScylark-Index.jpg (361739 bytes)Manubex-index.jpg (913916 bytes)

 

During the summer we introduced two new partners who we now recommend to our clients. The first is Scylark Ltd who providing Bar Coding solutions integrated in PeopleSoft EnterpriseOne. The other is Manufacturing Business Excellence who provide generic training to Manufacturing Business's on such topics as MRPII, Just In Time and Lean Manufacturing. Read more about them at www.scylark.com and www.manubex.com

 

7th September 2004

Krofire at Watson Smith in Leeds

 

WatsonSmith4355.jpg (76608 bytes)In late July 2004 Krofire returned to Leeds in Yorkshire, Great Britain, after nearly eighteen months implementing OneWorld Xe at DePuy there back in 2000/2001/2002. (Krofire finished in Leeds back in the Summer of 2002 but had returned to DePuy twice during 2003 for a couple of minor projects. The last time was August 2003.) Now, however, Krofire is back with a completely different client: Watson Smith, an IMI Norgren subsidiary. This is to be the pilot site for a global roll-out so work has started on mapping "as is" and "to be" processes in preparation for the eventual implementation of PeopleSoft EnterpriseOne 8.9 throughout Manufacturing, Distribution and Finance. We'll keep you posted on progress on this exciting Project.

 

4th August 2004

British Sugar chooses KrofireBritish_Sugar4237.jpg (78221 bytes)

 

In early July 2004 Krofire voyaged out east to Peterborough as part of an effort to support British Sugar. This well known British Company needed some short-term help with Inventory reconciliation, Manufacturing Accounting, Subcontract Purchasing and other areas in OneWorld Xe. British Sugar is a multiple site manufacturing company using both Process and Discrete manufacturing. Despite this not all of the opportunities have been realised to exploit the system to the full. Further work is required to bed in the current system's features after it went live in April 2004. Krofire welcomes the chance to help them out as it is still early days and there is the opportunity to put in some best practice to stand them well in the future.

 

13th July 2004

IMI Norgren choose Krofire

 

Norgren4850.jpg (76430 bytes)During April and May 2004 Krofire went up north to Lichfield in Staffordshire to spend some time with IMI Norgren. Norgren are a large multinational engineering products company who make such items as valves and actuators for industry and automotives business's such as Scania Truck. Norgren have just gone live with Financials on PeopleSoft EnterpriseOne (although they still call it JDEdwards OneWorld). The Manufacturing implementation is next and Krofire was brought in to assist with workshops run to build the foundations of this next phase of the project. We want to thank all at Norgren for their hospitality and we look forward to returning to perform the implementation itself in the summer.

 

1st June 2004

 

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