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This case study describes how Trutex used Priority Software to improve stock control and business processes.


  • Trutex wanted to use enterprise resource planning (ERP) software to get better control of its inventory and improve process efficiency
  • Priority has helped Trutex operate in a more efficient, cost-effective way, improving visibility across different business areas, including its financial position

Features and Benefits

  • Analyzes a school uniform supplier's strategy to gain control of its inventory and maintain high levels of customer satisfaction by implementing ERP software.
  • Explains how Trutex selected Priority ERP's solution to meet its needs.

Key questions answered

  • What is the role of ERP systems in API management platforms in inventory control, order systems, and supplier management?
  • How can ERP software help a business gain control over inventory and improve business processes?
  • What lessons did Trutex learn in deploying its ERP system?

Table of contents


  • Catalyst
  • Omdia view
  • Key messages


  • Recommendations for enterprises
  • Recommendations for vendors

Using an ERP system to get a tighter grip on business processes

  • Setting the business context
  • The role of ICT/services in solving the problem

Lessons learned

  • Clearly define requirements at the outset
  • Make sure you can instill process discipline that people will stick to
  • Regularly review the business alignment and value of core applications
  • Methodology
  • Author