Enable selected by Wolseley Canada for DealTrack rebate management system

Posted by Andrew Butt on 06-Feb-2018 08:00:00

UK Industry Leader Continues Rapid Expansion of North American Customer Base

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Tesco's scandal: a cautionary tale for the collaborative economy

Posted by David Hunt on 27-Jan-2016 11:47:00

If profit is the most important word in the business world then trust must run it a very close second. In the new collaborative economy the trust between businesses and their trading partners is key to their ability to move forward as one with transparency.

A damning report from the Groceries Code Adjudicator (GCA), has today seen Tesco, Britain’s biggest supermarket chain, pay the price for poor supplier rebate management, after delaying supplier payments and failing to raise accurate invoices.

Tesco’s accounting scandal has brought the importance of the collaborative economy and the consequences of falling short in collaborative business planning into focus.

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Watchdog safeguards the collaborative economy

Posted by David Hunt on 28-Jun-2013 11:47:00

Ramping up of grocers code is an inevitable step in the development of co-efficient trading.

New supermarket watchdog Christine Tacon certainly set her stall out when she announced her desire to fine retailers a percentage of their turnover for mistreating suppliers.

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Denys Shortt awarded OBE in New Year’s honours list

Posted by David Hunt on 01-Jan-2013 12:00:00

Denys Shortt, entrepreneur and founder of Enable in Stratford-upon-Avon, has been awarded an OBE in the New Year's honours list for services to the economy.

Denys, known for his endless energy and enthusiasm, started his first business DCS Europe in 1994. His company DCS is now the UK's leading distributor of health, beauty and household brands with sales of £150 million and 250 employees. Denys has also created two technology companies: Enable and DealTrack which employ 30 people.

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Introducing DealTrack

Posted by David Hunt on 03-Oct-2012 09:03:00

Stratford-upon-Avon based software company Enable has today launched a new subsidiary called DealTrack Ltd. The new company has been created by entrepreneurs Denys Shortt (who also owns DCS Europe) and Andrew Butt who have combined forces with fellow directors David Hunt, Andy James and Dan Wood.

DealTrack will be located in the new £1 million Enable headquarters in Timothy's Bridge Road and will create up to 5 new jobs over the coming year.

DealTrack creates web based software that simplifies business-to-business trading, unlocks hidden revenue and maximises profit in trading agreements.

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