Alcan Engineered Products Switzerland (EPS) have gone live with Brady software for managing risk on metals. Alcan EPS specialises in the development, processing, manufacture and supply of aluminium-based advanced materials with high-technological content. In what is a major technology upgrade Alcan EPS has implemented Brady’s integrated, end-to-end solution-set to provide the full range of risk management and administration capabilities. Brady provides Alcan EPS with the benefit of streamlined administration, as well as increased compliance efficiencies for International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) accounting requirements.
Domenico Sansalone, head of metals risk management of Alcan EPS, said: “This is a significant roll-out of technology for us and, therefore, it was only after a major review and evaluation process that we made our selection. We chose Brady’s solution because of their specialist expertise, industry knowledge and the obvious benefits of a single source solution provider. We see clear advantages of using their modular technology, which will quickly provide our business with greater levels of competitiveness and efficiency.”
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