Kepak Group and Nexer in strategic partnership to support innovation

Nexer have entered a two-year strategic partnership with leading Irish food company, Kepak Group to support in modernising its key legacy applications and provide solid foundations for further long-term growth. The functions include finance, stock management, production, and sales.

The partnership will allow for the implementation of a suite of business application solutions using Microsoft Dynamics 365 technology. Nexer hope this will be the start of a much longer partnership which will last for many years.

Kepak Group is an Irish based food company serving international markets, restaurants, and retailers with prime cuts of meat, on-trend foodservice solutions and innovative consumer food brands. The Group has a workforce of 4,500 people and distributes to over 50 countries.

“It’s exciting to be working alongside Kepak in such an important project. We look forward to supporting Kepak to achieve their goals,” Martin Burden Commercial Director, Nexer Enterprise Applications UK.

Commenting on the partnership, Jeremy O’Callaghan, CIO for Kepak said: “For Kepak to continue to grow and innovate, we need to continuously reimagine our processes. Our partnership with Nexer will support us to adopt unified systems that break data silos. This new approach will allow us to predict trends and drive proactive intelligent action”.

About Nexer 

Nexer is a tech company deeply rooted in the Swedish heritage of entrepreneurship and innovation, with a global presence and delivery. Nexer has kept customers one step ahead for over 30 years, with cutting-edge services in strategy, technology and communication. Today, some of the largest, most demanding companies in the world rely on Nexer’s dedication and expertise within digitalisation, IT, engineering and R&D.

The company has long-term partnerships with market-leading platform providers such as Microsoft, IBM, Stibo and others.

Nexer has 2500 experts in 15 countries. The company is a part of the Danir group, a Swedish privately held company with 12,000 employees in 18 countries.

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