Enesco Limited (http://www.enesco.co.uk) is renowned worldwide for innovative and humorous gifts, stylish home décor and desirable collectables. Getting more collections into more high street retailers, and faster, has been a key driver for Enesco and InterSell has provided results since going live in 2014.
Good morning fellow cake bakers and eaters – the Aspin Macmillan coffee morning is now open! The downstairs office offers an array of sweet and breaded treats available for a donation to Macmillan Cancer Support. We hope lots of other companies are doing the same this morning, so here is a few snaps of what we are tucking into for charity:
If we could have a pound for every scanner beep we have heard on entering trade shows in these last few weeks, we’d all be in the Caribbean by now. But we’re not – we’re out and about supporting our wonderful clients who process order after order through our software solutions at various trade exhibitions and out in the field around the world. With their impressive array of stands, products and staff, it is always nice to catch up with customers and strengthen working relationships.
July 2014 brings much hope for a continuation of this warm weather and of course…. the 26th edition of Aspin’s Login newsletter. Furthermore, there has been plenty of sunshine in the sales office as we welcomed aboard some new clients in June. A big welcome to Filofax, Sequel UK, Umbra, KJ Edwards and Kuhn Rikon. With plenty more projects mid-implementation as existing clients opt for InterSell B2B eCommerce alongside their existing PixSell systems, there is a never a dull moment at Aspin.
WatchPro magazine have published a list of most read articles across their online items – and Aspin and Citizen are pleased that this article has been included in the top ten items. Back on April 24th 2014, WatchPro published an article 0n Citizen and their success with using Aspin’s PixSell iPad app for their reps to take orders.
Last week it was time for the staff at Aspin to be on their best behaviour as a group of 26 ICT and Computing teachers descended on their Romsey office. They came as part of a course organised by the Independent Association of Prep Schools, designed to prepare teachers to deal with the changes to the curriculum which have been triggered by the government’s decision to add more emphasis to computing and programming. This change has partly come about in response to companies like Aspin throwing down the gauntlet to the education sector to provide them with a continued supply of quality programmers.
Many of you may have noticed that Aspin’s Login newsletter has taken on an electronic format and landed in your email inbox, rather than on your desk. After much deliberation, we decided to do right by our environment and retire the paper based version for good. The birth of aspinblog.com at the beginning of 2014 created a hub for all our news, stories and marketing and we felt it was the perfect home for Login, too.