An overview of Global Shop Solutions, Inc. and its organization, products, services and capabilities.
Purchasing an ERP system for your manufacturing company can keep you up at night — unless you work with a software developer you can trust completely.
What makes a company trustworthy? Company philosophies start at the top. Therefore, corporate values should be the same as those that we assign to outstanding individuals:
- Present a history of integrity to the project
- Tell the truth
- Do what you say you’re going to do
- Bring in the best people for the job
- Meet your deadlines
- Fulfill your legal obligations
- Provide the ancillary services that were agreed to and paid for
- Stay the course
- Exceed expectations
- And be there in the future.
The Trust Global Shop for ERP Success brochure outlines Global Shop’s legacy of trust. From its first days when Dick Alexander opened his tiny one-person office in 1976, Global Shop put its customers’ needs first. In business parlance, Global Shop is a “customer-intimate” company where customer success drives the company to hire exemplary personnel for training, consulting, and software development.
Global Shop’s Five Pillars of Success is a unique philosophy that sets us apart from other ERP companies and builds customer success. By taking the long view, Global Shop’s One-System ERP Solutions™ software is the result of over three decades of listening to our customers.
Trusting the people who help implement and ser-vice your ERP system is key to your peace of mind — and 100 percent more effective than sleeping pills!
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