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NetDespatch boosts order fulfilment for Indigo Herbs

Marlow, 13 May 2015 – NetDespatch has helped Indigo Herbs to speed up its order processing and despatch procedures with the implementation of a cost-free web-based solution that seamlessly integrates with the company’s ecommerce system – XSellco. The solution has eliminated input errors and expedited overall order fulfilment. Glastonbury based Indigo Herbs processes around 40,000 […]

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Supercomputers make Bluesky’s National Geographic datasets a reality

Leicestershire, 07 May 2015 – Aerial mapping company Bluesky is exploring the power of supercomputers to process and deliver 3D maps, comprising trillions of data points, for a range of environmental applications. Working with HPC Midlands and experts from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Germany, Bluesky has already been able to devise workflows […]

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Yotta launches its latest video survey vehicle

Leamington Spa, 07 May 2015 – Specialist asset management technology company Yotta has launched a new addition to its fleet of high tech highway survey vehicles. The YAV02 has the highest specification with a state of the art positioning system and multiple, very high resolution video cameras; all driven by an on-board integrated power system. […]

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NetDespatch knocks 95 percent off order fulfilment time for BEERmerchants

Marlow, 30 April 2015 – Kent-based BEERmerchants.com has implemented a web-based solution from NetDespatch to streamline its order fulfilment process. The NetDespatch parcel data management platform, which seamlessly connects the BEERmerchants.com Magento order management system with its selected parcel delivery network, has cut the company’s order processing time from 8 hours a day to just […]

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Bluesky aerial views add drama to new TV police show

Leicestershire, 30 April 2015 – Aerial photography from Bluesky is set to feature in a brand new Channel 4 police drama, No Offence. The highly detailed aerial images are used by an unorthodox crack team of detectives who are investigating a particularly twisted serial killer. Featuring in a scene where the police are trying to […]

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Peak-Ryzex and rascal systems save money for newspaper retailers

Chippenham, 22 April 2015 – A new Peak-Ryzex video interview with Paul Mapp of rascal systems describes the company’s money saving mobile solution for newspaper and magazine retailers. The electronic system helps retailers manage their magazine and newspaper sales and returns, ensuring they can return unsold items back to the wholesaler within the credit period. […]

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Wildgoose primary geography book wins award

Leicestershire, 16 April 2015 – The Geographical Association has awarded ‘Highly Commended’ to new book published by educational resource specialist Wildgoose Education Ltd. Written by Ben Ballin and Jane Whittle, “Back2Front: The Americas” supports children’s investigation of North and South America for the 2014/15 National Curriculum. Taking an investigative and thoughtful approach, the book provides […]

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NetDespatch speeds up order fulfilment for Made Lovingly Made

Marlow, 08 April 2015 – Dorset based novelty gift maker, Made Lovingly Made, has speeded up its order fulfilment processes with the help of a web-based integration solution from NetDespatch, which seamlessly connects the company’s order management system with its parcel delivery network. Made Lovingly Made makes unique personalised gifts and novelty products out of […]

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NetDespatch puts the fizz into SodaStream’s order fulfilment

Marlow, 01 April 2015 – SodaStream has managed to cut order processing time despite increasing sales volumes, thanks to a cost-free solution from NetDespatch which integrates the company’s order management system with the APC Overnight parcel delivery network. NetDespatch has improved SodaStream’s order fulfilment and despatch processes with a solution that seamlessly integrates the company’s […]

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Bluesky’s National Tree Map to help hay fever sufferers

Leicestershire, 01 April 2015 – By shedding light on the way pollen travels through our atmosphere, a ground breaking new environmental dataset is helping scientists improve the lives of hay fever sufferers. Created from high resolution aerial photography and colour infrared data, the National Tree Map database details more than 280 million trees covering around […]

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