Corby & Fellas moves to larger offices in Norfolk

by | Sep 25, 2017 | News | 0 comments

Corby & Fellas designs, develops and deploys high quality IT systems for retailers; specialising in systems to suit the particular requirements of garden centres.

The company has just relocated to spacious modern offices on a business park on the outskirts of Gt. Yarmouth in Norfolk, giving them room to expand as the demand for their innovative and comprehensive WinRetail package increases.

Company managing director, Alan McCammon said: ?We are fortunate in having several large and well-established garden centres amongst our customers, including: Haskins, Hillier, Squires and Klondyke garden centres, to mention just a few. This has helped us to establish our credentials as a company that has the knowledge, skills and services to meet the needs of this niche area of retail.”

Alan continued: ?As our reputation has increased, so has our ability to secure new business amongst garden centres. A few years ago, we often found it difficult to get through to potential customers, but nowadays I feel that we are accepted as one of the premier providers of EPoS and Retail Management Systems. During the last 12 months, we have secured more business than ever before, resulting in a busy implementation schedule that extends well into 2018.

Corby & Fellas has been established for over 35 years and has more than 2,000 EPoS systems installed in 250+ locations throughout the UK.

WinRetail is Corby & Fellas? propriety software package, designed and developed entirely by their highly experienced team. Who, unfettered by the constraints of selling a third-party package, have the freedom and flexibility to enhance, amend and grow the software to suit the needs of the market and ? most importantly – the needs of their customers. Work can be carried out quickly and with the minimum of bureaucracy.

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