Unprecedented Growth for 2021

Unprecedented Growth for 2021

Jun 9, 2021 | Customers

As we approach the halfway mark of the year, things are starting to feel like they are turning the corner. If the past year has told us anything though, we know that it can change in the blink of an eye. Offices are reopening, site visits have started again, the construction industry has never been so busy, and the general mood is that the light at the end of the tunnel is getting brighter. Obviously, there are still a lot of businesses, particularly in certain sectors such as hospitality and travel, that are still living in very uncertain times, and everyone hopes that they can get some clarity soon on what their future holds.

At TMS, things have been going from strength to strength. Not only are we are working through our development schedule and releasing many new features and modules, but customers are continuing to join us at an unprecedented rate. With a subscription pricing module, that repeatedly comes in under the annual support costs of old, outdated systems, more and more customers are realising that there isn’t a better time to move. They get stable, state of the art software, top level support and they save money year on year. Combine this with our fully managed hosting offering and our customers can do what they do best, run their businesses.

We’d like to welcome S1 Developments, Gow’s Lybster, BMES Ltd and 7plus7 to the family and look forward to supporting their businesses over the years to come.

Contact us to see how Contract Costing can benefit your business.

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