Arena joins forces with the Food Storage and Distribution Federation
Arena is already working with FSDF members such as Reed Boardall, digitising paper-led processes to transform management of PODs, billing and other workflows. Applying the capabilities of Arena’s own mstore electronic document management software to Reed Boardall’s specific challenges and business objectives, Arena’s software development team has been able to design new processes around existing systems - from the automation of delivery notes and the scanning, electronic storage and monitoring of documents to efficient management of paperwork for the life-cycle of every pallet or case. This effective working partnership has enabled Reed Boardall to achieve full traceability, compliance and visibility of critical information.
Arena also has over 25 years providing copy and print technology which can be integrated with mstore to provide a complete end-to-end solution.
Arena started out in October 1991, driven by a commitment to create a commercially successful business selling and servicing photocopiers built on a foundation of outstanding customer service. Currently celebrating their 25th anniversary, Arena continues to put customers at the heart of the business taking the time to understand how each organisation works to consistently realise significant business benefits and customer satisfaction levels of over 98%.
Adrian Fitzpatrick, Arena Group’s Managing Director explains. “It’s the people and the culture that make Arena really special. We’ve been lucky to get together a big group of people who share our values, operate to the highest standards both professionally and ethically, and are committed to looking after our customers.”
Pete Bond, corporate account manager comments, “I’m looking forward to meeting with customers old and new as the FSDF programme for 2017 unfolds. We’ve already committed to joining the Multimodal team in April where we will be demonstrating how we’ve already made big, positive impacts for various FSDF members on stand and in the briefing theatre.”
Read the Reed Boardall case study here