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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

PRESS RELEASE: New York, NY and Stratford-upon-Avon, UK – February 6th, 2018

Enable, a global provider of collaborative rebate management software, today announced it has been selected by Wolseley Canada. Wolseley Canada joins other notable building materials distributors and buying groups on Enable’s rapidly growing North American client roster.

As a leading wholesale distributor to plumbing, HVAC, waterworks and industrial markets in Canada, Wolseley Canada provides a vast inventory of products from top manufacturers through a coast-to-coast network of over 220 branches supported by a streamlined supply chain.

“By automatically forecasting rebate accruals, and automating invoicing and cash reconciliation against those accruals, DealTrack will provide Wolseley Canada better visibility and control of income. In addition, it will help us to execute targeted rebate agreements with our suppliers, meeting joint objectives and achieving mutually profitable growth,” said Eric Whaley, CIO of Wolseley Canada.

“Enable has already proven these capabilities during the last 10 years with Wolseley in the UK,” he continued. 

Wolseley Canada joins other leading building materials distributors and buying groups using DealTrack Rebate Management software in North America and dozens more in the UK which benefit from DealTrack’s ability to create, track and manage collaborative trading agreements with suppliers to drive targeted purchasing and sales behaviour that results in growth for both parties. DealTrack automatically calculates precise rebate amounts, generates accurate accruals and provides a transparent audit trail to help ensure compliance.

“DealTrack’s dominance in the UK building products industry has attracted the attention of industry leaders in North America,” said Andrew Butt, Co-Founder of Enable. “This expansion is another step in fulfilling our vision to help distributors, wholesalers and buying groups collaborate with their suppliers and drive improved profits for all,” he concluded.

About Wolseley Canada

Wolseley Canada (www.wolseleyinc.ca) is a market leader in the wholesale distribution of plumbing, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration, waterworks, fire protection, pipes, valves and fittings  and industrial products. With its head office in Burlington, Ontario, the company has approximately 2,500 employees and 220 locations coast-to-coast. Wolseley’s team of sales and service specialists, an industry-leading e-business platform, and relationships with the best vendors and brands in the business, make Wolseley the professional’s choice across the country. Wolseley is also committed to being a good corporate citizen, while building and sustaining valuable community partnerships. Since 2004 Wolseley has been a national sponsor of Special Olympics Canada, and has donated more than $3.2 million through corporate sponsorship and employee fundraising. Wolseley is also an active supporter of Habitat for Humanity.

Wolseley Canada’s parent company, Ferguson plc (www.fergusonplc.com) is the world's largest trade distributor of plumbing and heating products and a leading supplier of building materials. Ferguson plc is listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE: FERG) and on the FTSE 100 index of listed companies.

About Enable

Enable’s DealTrack Rebate Management System helps distributors and wholesalers drive mutually profitable growth with their suppliers, while improving cash flow and reducing risk. Leading building products providers in the UK and North America depend on DealTrack to collaboratively plan, execute and track complex trading agreements involving millions in rebates, discounts, royalties, purchase income and back margins. To learn more visit https://deal-track.com

Topics: Press Articles, Industry Sector: Building Materials