Seiki Systems Reports Record Third Quarter Sales
Seiki Systems has announced record sales for the quarter ended December 31st 2010. With net sales up 35% compared to the same period in 2009, Seiki has secured the highest quarterly sales in the company’s 18 year history. John Davis, managing director explains, “This success highlights our increasing focus on growing our market share by driving consumer demand for our solutions which aim to improve manufacturing systems and processes through the implementation of Seiki software. An integral part of this success has been an increased focus on expanding our reach into the UK and international markets through our distributor network. In 2010 the company realised an exponential growth in distributor sales, with year to date sales already exceeding all previous records.”
By focusing on user experience, data and information requirements, Seiki has evolved its software to help manufacturers address the complete works order lifecycle, from top floor to shop floor in a simple, easy to use and intuitive system. The latest version of Seiki NMS features a number of key enhancements that have been designed to provide users with an efficient and easy to use system to more effectively support daily work activities. These include the ability to update work in progress activity with a part count at any point during an operation and the ability to automatically adjust the outstanding quantities should a batch be only part delivered on receipt from a sub-contract operation.
The addition of DLoG industrial hardware has been a contributing factor to the company’s success by enabling it to penetrate new markets in the UK, targeting industries such as warehousing and logistics. DLoG continues to expand its range of industrial PCs with the addition of the XMT5/7 vehicle mount terminal and the slim MTC 6 industrial PC with the latest CFast technology and Windows 7 compatibility to provide greater performance and stability in industrial application. In 2011, the company will look to develop its reach into the fleet management arena with the addition of Advantech’s TREK-743 to its portfolio.