15 April 2011

ASOS plan for rapid growth with Celaton

Posted in News, Technology, Customers

The UK’s fastest growing on-line fashion retailer use inSTREAM™ to leverage growth

ASOS plan for rapid growth with Celaton
 Started by entrepreneur Nick Robertson in 2000 with just 3 people, ASOS is now the largest online-only fashion retailer, offering own label and branded fashion and beauty products.
This rapid growth has seen the company look to automate manual processes wherever possible and this is one reason why ASOS has recently turned to Celaton to automate and streamline its PO and invoice handling systems.

20 March 2011

Ride Across Britain

Posted in Business

John O’Groats to Land’s End, by bike, in 9 days!

Ride Across Britain
 On 11th June 2011, Celaton's Commercial Director, Philip Clark, will line up on the start-line in John O'Groats for an epic cycle journey down the length of the country.

27 February 2011

inSTREAM™ Learning & Intelligence

Posted in News, Technology

inSTREAM™ Learning & Intelligence

inSTREAM™ Learning & Intelligence
 Celaton inSTREAM™ learns autonomously to perform tasks that normally require human intervention and intelligence such as perception and decision-making to provide a new level of artificial intelligence to the automated process.

10 February 2011

Your customer contracts

Posted in News, Customers

Do you know where all your customer contracts are?

Your customer contracts
 If you don't, you're not alone. According to a report in the Journal of Contract Management, 71 percent of companies couldn't find at least 10 percent of their contracts.

12 January 2011

Beating the freeze

Posted in Industry

Snowbound Britain: Worst snowstorms for 18 years

Beating the freeze
With average temperatures plummeting to minus 4 degrees across the country and snow binding the transport network to a standstill it was no surprise to read in the daily newspapers of the chaos that the recent winter weather has caused to business in the UK. Financial losses are estimated at £1.2bn with at least £230m of that due to staff absenteeism.
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